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Conferencing Update, April 2021/by Nick Holden
In a recent survey, 92% of our international students were satisfied with their overall arrival experience at the University and felt a real sense of belonging and a feeling of being made welcome! This fantastic outcome is a result of the hard work of the Conference team who have been running the international welcome services successfully since the beginning of September 2020.
The survey was undertaken amongst international and EU students arriving in autumn and January, students were asked about the bespoke international arrival and welcome services and how easy they found start-up processes and getting information/answers to questions. Transport from students’ arrival point, the food box, and responsive and friendly interactions with staff before and on arrival were highly valued. The University registration experience was also rated very positively.
The Conference Sales Team also continue to support the call centre and staffing for the on-campus test centre, as well as supporting the Residents Life team with the student event activity.
The team are supporting several schools and faculties to deliver virtual conference activity during Easter and into Summer 2021. These include:
The Nightingale Court continues to operate on-site at Cloth Hall Court and this will remain for the spring and summer.
Read April updates from across the Facilities Directorate:
FD Bulletin, April 2021. Foreword by Dennis Hopper
Facilities Directorate Update, April 2021
Facilities Directorate Support Services Update, April 2021
Campus Support Services Update, April 2021
Estate Services Update, April 2021
Sustainability Services Update, April 2021
Residential Services Update, April 2021
Conferencing Update, April 2021
Great Food at Leeds Update, April 2021
Sport and Physical Activity Update, April 2021
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