Brussels based college Odisee have chosen the myday Digital Campus to support its students. Originally founded in 1925 as St Aloysius College of Economics, the college was subject to a merge in 2007, with European University College Brussels, Vlekho HONIM and Catholic University of Brussels to create Odisee Hogeschool-Universiteit.
Based in the heart of the capital, the picturesque institution boasts over 10,000 students, with 79 different nationalities within their ranks. It is one of the largest educational institutions in Flanders and has 6 campuses in Brussels, Aalst, Ghent and Sint-Niklaas. Subjects taught range from Business Administration to Biotechnics giving students all the skills needed to excel into further education or the working world after graduating.
myday is the perfect solution for Odisee as the myday Digital Campus can accommodate all of the complex requirements their solution demanded whilst innovating their student experience. Odisee students and staff will have many superb features at their disposal with beautiful design elements and cloud services integrated into their current systems.
Matt Dunkin, the Managing Director stated:
"This is a fantastic win for Collabco as we continue to build our international business and we’re are excited to be working with Odisee as it embraces myday as the foundation of its Digital Campus."
myday is more than just timetables and attendance figures and is an impeccably designed portal for everything needed in a students academic life. Features such as LMS and VLE integrations, Social Media and News apps and many more can give students an efficient and exciting way of learning.
We believe that by innovating the student experience, we can generate more talent from schools, colleges and universities around the globe. Collabco are very excited to deliver this service to Odisee University College and hopefully many more in the future.
Jan Van Calster from Odisee commented:
"The work that Collabco is doing in the academic space has been on our radar for some time – we’d identified myday as the digital platform to bring our campuses together– and also to entice new students to the university."