Expanded Search Options for Students and Enhanced Student Reach & Insights for Higher Education Institutions
We’re excited to announce that FindAUniversity Ltd. has joined forces with Keystone Academic Solutions, uniting two of the world’s most popular higher education student search and resource platforms.
Founded in 2001, FindAUniversity is the leading postgraduate resource for prospective students in the United Kingdom, with over 14 million annual unique visitors to its two primary websites – FindAMasters.com and FindAPhD.com. Keystone Academic Solutions have been providing higher education marketing to over 1,500 partners across the world. With 420+ websites in 33 languages, they receive over six million visitors every month. Founded in 2007, their team of over 90 employees are based in Oslo, Norway.
FindAUniversity Co-Founder Andy Pritchard said: “We’re extremely excited to be joining forces with Keystone. As well as providing larger student audiences to our customers, we now have the opportunity to offer students even more choices.”
“Keystone’s mission is to help students make one of the most important decisions of their lifetimes, namely, which higher education programs to attend”, said Erik Harrell, Chief Executive Officer of Keystone. “Combining FindAUniversity under the Keystone umbrella means significantly expanded search and resource options for students.
“For higher education institutions, this will mean greater audience reach and exposure to over 68 million unique student visitors each year”, said Erik. “This also means enhanced insights for higher ed institutions on the latest trends among prospective students.”
With decades of higher education experience, FindAUniversity & Keystone Academic Solutions are both well-established businesses in the Higher Education sector, sharing many complementary services. The addition of Keystone’s audiences and marketing automation software to FindAUniversity’s extensive events portfolio present clear opportunities for growth, and we look forward to what the future holds.