“Let’s start sharing information and make our institutions stronger!”
OUR VISION: A collaborative community where professionals can search for international admissions partners in an environment of best practice sharing.
Are you working in international admissions, enrollment management, recruitment, or university administration? Has your university tasked you with managing international recruitment agents? I was in this same boat, and was struck by comments by my international admissions colleagues at conferences that “it’s very hard to sift through all the options available.”
In 2016, I wondered, “Wouldn’t it be great if there was a true directory website for international admissions services and we didn’t have to rely on ‘happening to bump into’ someone at a conference?”… and after a lot of trail and error, that’s when I created EducationAgentReviews.com. It’s a user-generated directory which allows you to search by location or name for new international partners. (It’s a bit of a misnomer now, as many services have reached out to us to add them to the directory – not just agents!)
I’m passionate about agent management and about transparent processes on both sides of the business relationship. I maintain the information on this website for free as there are no fees offered to members, simply because I truly believe there should be more collaboration in the international enrollment community. Members’ information is not shared with anyone or used for outside solicitation.
How can you help?
- Register for a user account and contribute to the directory
- Share this site with your colleagues
- Pay it forward – recommend outstanding products to your colleagues
- No need to post multiple requests for information on message boards or professional networking sites – make EducationAgentReviews.com your first stop for information
By the way, I’ve also developed some free resources and checklists for international admissions professionals, like a guide to making an agent manual – you’ll find them on the Resources page! And check out some of my personal favorite blog posts here:
- Using Agents for 2+2 Articulation Agreements
- Why You Should Visit Agents’ Offices
- Evaluating Agent-Led Recruitment Tours