Our virtual tour is an immersive digital experience with a proven success rate. Showcase your school or college to prospective students and parents by welcoming them to always-available content and with the option to run live events.
Like everything we build at Revolution Viewing, our virtual tour is optimised for results and will help you generate more leads and convert them to applications while delivering the following benefits:
Prospective students and parents experience your school or college, seeing the best you have to offer from the comfort of their own home
Easy for you to engage with hard-to-reach audiences, including those who can’t visit you
Always-on content works to generate leads and help hit your enrolment targets
Run live or pre-recorded events with Q&A capability
Fully customisable call-to-action buttons allow you to convert prospective students and track their journey
Seamless user journey for students attending live or pre-recorded presentations through the virtual event platform - all your users remain within your solution
Regular ROI reports delivered to you, including benchmarking and information on how your solution is performing
Once built, the tour is permanently available, allowing users to visit and revisit unlimited times and at their own convenience
To date, we have produced over 50 virtual tours for happy colleges and universities. Here are some examples of projects that we have recently delivered:
Askham Bryan’s virtual tour allows visitors to choose between a curated visit to the college and ‘just explore’ mode. Information hotspots provide more information about key USPs and permanently visible CTAs to ‘apply now’ or ‘order a prospectus’ encourage applicants to take their interest a step further.
Leeds Trinity’s tour combines photo, video and articles, delivering important information to users through a range of media. A permanently-available menu button facilitates navigation. Three CTAs encourage onward action from users, including the option to chat with current Leeds Trinity students.