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The International Recruitment and Development teams support the University’s internationalisation agenda through student recruitment, partnerships, transnational education and staff, and student mobility.
Aston’s commitment to internationalisation extends across all our Academic Schools where staff are engaged with the promotion and progression of internationalisation. Below you can see a profile of some of the key staff members within these areas:
Anisha is responsible for and actively manages the South East Asia market with a focus on recruiting students from key countries including Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Singapore. Anisha promotes Aston University at key events, working with agents, partners, and other key stakeholders within the South East Asia market.
Bhavisha is responsible for the entire international portfolio for the school of Life and Health Sciences, including partnerships, student exchanges and transnational programmes. Bhavisha provides leadership, strategic and operational management for LHS in relation to the University Strategic Plan and International Plan, and supports the Executive Dean in the achievement of the objectives agreed for LHS. Member of the PVCIs group of ADIs with overarching responsibility for implementing School based actions to deliver on objectives and targets.
Kate has worked in engineering education since 2004 and is a passionate believer in problem based learning and developing the employability of students. She oversees International and Enterprise relationships and initiatives for the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Matt leads Aston’s global international student recruitment strategy. The International Student Recruitment Team is the key point of contact for prospective students, their parents and key influencers, advising on all matters related studying at Aston University. Matt’s team operates globally to promote Aston and welcomes the opportunity to engage with new and existing recruitment partners.
North East Asia and UK International China
Jane works with pathway partners to facilitate the progression of international students coming to continue their studies at Aston. She works closely with a range of key stakeholders internally and a range of external teaching providers of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.