A partnerships team with deep
Having held positions such as Head of International Recruitment to Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Commercial Director at top universities around the world, our team of experts understand your unique challenges.
It’s our people who make us stand out from the rest- and when you partner with Adventus, your dedicated Partnership Director will work with you every step of the way.
Meet our instituton partnerships team
Stephen has 30+ years’ experience in the international education sector and was previously deputy vice-chancellor (international and development) at RMIT. He also has been managing i-graduate’s Australian clients since 2016.
Davorin has 20 years of experience in international education having held senior leadership roles in Hobsons APAC and QS Enrolment Solutions. Davorin’s broad industry experience spans commercial and operational management.
Adam has vast experience in the international education sector having held roles in Durham, Sunderland, and at Teesside University as Head of International Recruitment and Mobility.
SENIOR PARTNERSHIP MANAGER
Matthew has worked in the EdTech and Higher Education sector for a decade. In roles at Imperial College London, Wuhan University, HUST and CCNU in Wuhan, China. Helping to build the international capabilities of these institutions, with a focus on student mobility and partnerships.
VICE PRESIDENT, PARTNERSHIPS
Riley brings a wealth of experience in Research Technology (ResTech) and B2B SaaS. Joining us from Lucid, a marketplace platform that transformed the global market research industry, Riley is passionate about harnessing the power of technology to affect positive change.
Bjorn has 17 years experience in international education having managed agent relations for Washington State University while recruiting students from around the world. Prior to that, he was the Director of International Recruitment at Green River College and in Admissions for Pacific Lutheran University.
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