Study portals are loved by prospective students for one apparent reason – convenience. You don’t have to spend hours on Google to discover schools and education programs and then spend some more time gleaning specific information – study portals do the homework for you and guide you through advanced filtering and categorization.
However, not every degree search engine may be equally useful to a student. The handiness of such platforms depends on the ease of use, an abundance of educational opportunities worldwide, and the absence of malfunctioning website modules.
Keystone turned to QAwerk with a request to manually test all of their eight domains to better understand what kind of issues may deteriorate the user journey.
With an ever-growing number of higher education establishments joining the platform, new programs added daily, and other website updates, Keystone has struggled to maintain its websites fully functional and visually impeccable. They needed an independent testing agency that knew how to handle large content volumes efficiently, and QAwerk turned out to be the one.
Our major task was to ensure the user, a student from any part of the world, experiences no obstacles while searching and applying for programs.
Another crucial part of our work concerns localization. We needed to verify that all the content across eight verticals – Master, PhD, Law, Bachelor, MBA, Healthcare, Courses, Online – is fully translated and displayed correctly in over 40 languages.