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Globalisation has propelled the demand for overseas education to an unprecedented level. More students than ever wish to study abroad and the growing wealth and new emerging middle classes in many economies are allowing larger numbers of students to do so.
As the number of students is growing, so is the competition among educators. International student recruitment is becoming a bigger priority for institutions all over the world. Understanding how to work with education agents is the key to effective foreign student recruitment, as this white paper outlines.
For more information on the ethics of working with and remunerating education agents, please see our article: "Working with commission-based education agents: the real issue" on ICEF Monitor: http://bit.ly/1sYjP8I.
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