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Implement best practice agent due diligence
AgentBee provides the information and tools you need to do education agent due diligence effectively and efficiently.
Run checks on your agents
Our business intelligence database provides insight into agent conduct and performance. Run checks as part of your initial and ongoing due diligence processes.
Get real time agent alerts
Get notified when we add a new education alert report with links to your institution. Detect cases of unauthorised agents claiming to represent your institution.
Compare notes with colleagues globally
Join our community of practice and compare notes on agent due diligence with international student recruitment colleagues in institutions around the world.
What the experts say...
"We were very impressed with the system and have definitely found it a useful tool."
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement), University of Portsmouth.
"Due diligence isn't something you just do once and forget, it's a continuous process. AgentBee is a valuable resource for HEIs working with international student recruitment agents."
Global Higher Education Specialist
"AgentBee is doing a great job of scrutinising global agent network and speaking openly about the good and the bad."
Leader in International Education.
Supporting regulatory compliance and best practice...
Note for Australian institutions - ESOS Compliance
Note for UK institutions - The Good Practice Guide for Providers Using Education Agents
Note for New Zealand Institutions - Pastoral Care Code of Practice compliance
Note for Manitoba Institutions - Ministerial Code of Conduct and Practice Regulation
7(2) A designated education provider must take reasonable steps to ensure that each of its recruiters acts with honesty and integrity and in furtherance of the interests of prospective international students.
7(3) A designated education provider must monitor and evaluate the recruitment activities of each of its recruiters on an ongoing basis.
8(1) Before an agent can act as a recruiter for a designated education provider, the agent and the designated education provider must enter into a written agreement.
8(2) A designated education provider must not enter into an agreement with an agent without being reasonably satisfied that the agent is reputable and will be competent in discharging his or her obligations under this code and the agreement.
9(1) A designated education provider must terminate its agreement with an agent if reasonably satisfied that the agent is failing or has failed to:
(a) act with honesty and integrity;
(b) act in furtherance of the interests of the prospective international student; or
(c) comply with The International Education Act.
Note for Ontario Institutions - Standards of Practice for International Education
Note for institutions in other countries