Symplicity Advocate, used by 300 universities globally to underpin HE student services case management, is delighted to welcome three new UK university partners and work with them to implement a 360-degree view of student wellbeing and enhance their whole university approach to addressing bullying, harassment, and gender-based violence.
The University of Law, University of Hertfordshire, and Norwich University of the Arts will be rolling out Symplicity Advocate over the coming months.
President of International at Symplicity, Thomas Jepsen said: “We are extremely excited to be working with these three prestigious universities. Along with our existing partner, University of Cumbria, these institutions will set the standard for a best-in-class approach to supporting students when challenges arise, or incidents occur.”
He added, “At Symplicity our mission is to empower universities to deliver the best possible student experience, and we’re confident that we can closely align with our new partners for the benefit of the UK’s higher education sector.”
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