Increase Students' Employability through Language
Given today's global economy, equipping students with language is no longer an
option, it is a necessity that employers demand.
Enhance Student Retention & the Attractiveness of Your Institution
Students are increasingly looking at value for money when choosing the right university for them. This is where acquiring skills that increase employability make a difference. Rosetta Stone solutions allow you to offer language teaching for all in a scalable, cost-effective way.
Take Learning to the Digital Age
Online and blended learning means different things to different educators. What is constant when commencing a digital-learning strategy is the need for the right technological tools. That's where Rosetta Stone comes in. Our solutions are flexible enough to meet the needs of your classroom and curriculum.
Erasmus: Prepared to Study Abroad
The number of students studying abroad has more than tripled over the past two decades, with an increasing number choosing destinations where English is not a primary language. Preparing these students with language strengthens the overall study abroad experience.
Build English Confidence
Many higher education students can pass a standardised English-language competency test; however, the language skills required to be successful in academia are often much different. Rosetta Stone can help you build international students' English confidence and prepare them for success in the classroom.
Adult and Lifelong Learning
Colleges, higher and further education institutions offering courses and degrees for adults now have innovative opportunities to enhance their programmes through online learning tools. Rosetta Stone can help you offer your alumni and adult learners valuable continuing education programmes.
Support Faculty and Staff
The borders in higher education are quickly disappearing. Faculty and staff are increasingly interacting with international students on campus, leading international studies, and conducting research abroad. Staff members need access to language programmes in order to build the language skills required to be successful in this globalised version of higher education.