Education agents who recruit students to Australia should clear a federal police check and meet minimum English proficiency requirements, according to the recommendations of a new parliamentary report.
In a historic move, the US Department of State has officially endorsed the usage of education agents by attending the AIRC conference and speaking in collaborative tones at a plenary alongside counterparts from the US Department of Commerce.
Short on time but want to be tight on the detail? Anton Crace has analysed what Australia's new national code means for providers and their relationships with the education agencies who supply them with many of their international enrolments. A careful and closer relationship is being fostered by the new regulations.