Welcome to the ‘Agent Zone’. Over the next few months you will see this area grow to include information, advice and guidance that you may find useful when supporting your students through the application process. The new ‘agent newsletter’ is available below and all future copies of the newsletter will be available for you to view in this area.

The Agent Zone is an area designed for useful information, however if you require access to something that is confidential then please put your request in writing by email to the international office. 

If you have any suggestions on information that you may find useful and that you would like to see in the Agent Zone, then please email us and we will do our best to accommodate your request. 

New agents

The University prides itself on building excellent working relationships with our agent representatives.  The agent selection process for us is about recommendation and word of mouth rather than cold calling, and as such we have a rigorous process of recruitment and selection of education agents in line with our current marketing strategies.  

Unfortunately we regret that at present we are not taking on any new agents. With this in mind please do not send any speculative emails, as unfortunately we won’t be able to take your application any further at this stage. However, if you meet one of our International Recruitment Officers in country, they could at their discretion discuss the possibility of you becoming an agent representative for the University. Please note, however, that this is not guaranteed.

Visits abroad

Don’t forget our recruitment officers are always out and about visiting Partners and Agents, should you wish to meet them please feel free to email us to find out where they will be.

Sending in applications

Also please remember that when you are sending applications to us, you must make sure that all sections of the form are complete.  It is really important to include all related and supporting documents, especially any previous UK study and visa details.  By providing this information at the start of the process we can ensure that the application is dealt with more effectively.