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Massey University is very selective in using agents and takes a proactive approach when identifying new agents. We currently have a large number of agents around the world, and we are now well-represented in most of the markets we are recruiting in. Therefore, Massey is not actively seeking new representation at this stage. Regulating the volume of our agent partnerships helps us give priority to our existing agents and provide the highest levels of service to them that we can. However, prospective agents may still send us an expression of interest as outlined below.
Please note that we are only able to assess agent applications between 30 April and 1 September each year.
Agents who would like to register with Massey University should email email@example.com with a brief history and record of your Agency including:
Appreciating the difficulty of a set selection criteria, what we look for includes, but is not limited to, the following. We have a specific number of students we require from each of our agents every year, and it differs across different markets. Please check with us by emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Recruitment team do not appoint new agents whom we have not physically met or whose offices we have not visited.
In addition, we do not tend to appoint new agents who have not established a track record of success with New Zealand tertiary institutions. We require two references from New Zealand universities that the agency has already been working with, and we evaluate all marketing proposals to check they are in line with our needs and our preferred strategy. Given the large number of agents we already have, as well as our international recruitment strategy at the moment, we tend not to appoint new agents in the following markets:
Please note that appointments are only initiated by a signed contract. We do not assume appointments after receiving an Expression of Interest.
A non-registered agent is welcome submit an application of admission to Massey University on behalf of a student. However, the student application will be considered as a direct application from the student, and all communications from us about the application will be directed to the student, not the agent. The non-registered agent will not receive any commission.
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Last updated on Thursday 28 February 2019