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The scientific event – a visibility factor for the university brand

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Expectations of Students Towards The Didactic Staff as Factors Conditioning the Improvement of The University’s Relational Capital

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The dynamically changing social-economic environment in which universities operate required from them in the recent years taking measures aimed at introducing significant changes in the area of conducted marketing activity. However, a typical composition of marketing instruments requires a different approach due to the specific character of the branch and the targeted client.

The purpose of this article is the identification of expectations with regard to the implementation of educational services, as well as the role and influence of didactic personnel on the processes of building a university’s image. The identified expectations may have a major impact on the future personnel policy of university authorities, also in the context of “Constitution for Science” and new proposals which are supposed to elevate the role and significance of the didactic personnel.

On the basis of a survey conducted among the students of a public university, the author of the article draws important conclusions concerning the student-lecturer relationship, which reflecting the respondents’ opinions constitute a basis for proposing solutions aimed at supporting the didactic personnel in their effort to bring perfection to the processes of education and cooperation with students.

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Building Scientific Institution’s Brand with Online Instruments

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The brand image is fundamental for the scientific institution. In the high- competitive market the brand may have a significant impact on students decisions but also the decisions made by other stakeholders. The usage of online tools in creating brands and the brand awareness is standard nowdays and is present in many business strategies. The aim of the article is to present the problem on the example of scientific institutions. Based on literature review and empirical study the authors described the usage of most popular online tools in creating the scientific institutions’ brands.

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Ways to create an effective positioning of Romanian universities through identity, image and promotion elements

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Social Media as a Marketing Tool for European and North American Universities and Colleges

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Students’ perception of attributes of independent colleges of business profile in the market of higher education in Poland

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Brand Alliance. Building Block for Scientific Organisations’ Marketing Strategy

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From Intent to Action – A Study Regarding High School Students’ Motivation in Choosing a University

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The Relationship between Service Quality Dimensions and Brand Equity: Higher Education Students’ Perceptions

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Using ZMET for Investigating the Role of Social Media in the Employment Process

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