Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I have noticed that my course is, to some extent, low enrolling. What’s the common cause here and what can I do to change that?
A: Enrollment can be influenced by various factors. For example,, April and May are most likely not our peak seasons, given that during school semesters, schoolwork would take up most of students’ time. In addition, the popularity of different subjects change from time to time due to social factors. For example, during the COVID-19 pandemic, courses related to medicine and public health are becoming more popular than before. For low enrolling courses, we would suggest whether it is possible to integrate current events into your curriculum. We always welcome teachers to discuss about the potential changes we can make to help with recruiting more students. We are also delighted to arrange open classes, like demo courses, if needed, to help students have a better understanding of your course.