Students will now be able to choose from application outcomes relevant to the country/university system they are applying to.
For example, a student who has applied to the Netherlands will see a range of outcomes that are relevant to a Dutch university. This student who has applied to study History at Groningen can now choose between ‘Accepted’ and ‘Unsuccessful’, as well as a drop down menu of additional options.
As a second example, a student who has submitted an application to the UK would see options for ‘Conditional’ and ‘Unconditional’ offers, as these are the two main ways in which UK universities offer places to their applicants.
A student applying to the UK will now also be asked if this university is their ‘Firm’ choice, their ‘Insurance’ choice, or if they have chosen to decline the university’s offer altogether. Again, this aligns with how UK universities ask students to make their final application decisions.
If your school is currently using BridgeU and you’d like any more help or support with capturing and tracking matriculations data, please don’t hesitate to contact your Customer Success Manager, or get in touch using the online chat feature in the platform!
We’re also keen to hear your students’ feedback - please forward that to your Customer Success Manager by email and we’ll send it straight to our product team.
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