Our Performance

Notable Results for Notable Institutions

Like education itself, your enrollment goals need sustainable support rather than empty promises. We strive to reduce your Cost per Enrollment (CPE) and Cost per Start (CPS) with individualized, data-backed lead nurturing. We measure ourselves by our results; you can measure us the same way.

Hold Your Leads to Higher Standards

With our commitment to honest, intelligent lead nurturing and full support for aspiring students, we only send you leads, call-verified leads and warm transfers that meet our performance metrics. Consider IEIM your partner for optimal student acquisition costs and a predictable pipeline of qualified prospects.

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Lower Cost, Higher Results

As in career training, talk is cheap but true education is priceless. All the rhetoric about quality lead generation, multi-channel marketing, etc. is nice to hear, but at the end of the day, what matters is how we perform on these critical institutional metrics.

Our goal is two-fold: to empower your students’ journeys and to lower your cost-per-enrollment as you open your doors to them. Here’s how we stack up:

Our Cost per Enrollment and (CPE) and Cost per Start CPS is amongst the top 20% for our programs.

Our typical cost per enrollment ranges between less than $1,000 and $1,400* and cost per start between $2,000 and $3,000* — well below the industry average.  

*depending on the program and modality

Get in Touch

There’s only so much we can show on a website. We are confident in our strategies and how we can support your program’s growth. Therefore, we are happy to offer a no-cost, no-obligation trial to eligible institutions.

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We’d be honored to discuss your institution’s unique enrollment goals and how we could help you optimize your lead flow and lower your cost-per-start. Please fill out the form below with any questions, and we’ll respond with more details.
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