The State of Education Agents 2019 report.

Insights from hundreds of agents working to help students from dozens of countries study in the world’s biggest education markets.

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So, what is it really like to be an agent in 2019? 

More often than not, agents are the first point of contact between a student looking for a study abroad opportunity and a learning provider.

Agent relationships are increasingly important to education providers such as universities, TAFEs, private colleges and RTOs.

In Australia alone, roughly three out of every four international student enrolment has involved an education agent. New research from hundreds of agents across the world has revealed what really drives them, how their work is changing and the new opportunities they’re looking to seize, as well as several pain points in the agent-provider relationship.

What you'll learn.

In this report, you’ll find the latest education agent data along with expert analysis and insights so you can put these trends into action.

When combined with insights gathered in Cohort Go’s Aussie Study Experience Annual Report 2019, some of the data paint a compelling picture of the direction the industry is heading in. 

The report provides insights into how agents see their roles and what other areas they’re looking to expand into, as well as covering the following areas:

What their main motivation is.

Addressing concerns around agents priorities and the relationship between commissions and recommendations.

How satisfied they are with their role. 

Does the changing agent work-load impact their daily job satisfaction?

What other essential student services agents want to move in to. 

Key trends in global payments, accommodation, and health insurance.

Navigating accommodation information and availability.

Advice agents would give to accommodation providers to improve this experience.

The role they play in assisting students to find working while studying internationally. 

Exploring the idea of extra visa services.

Plus, so much more including their thoughts on the state of the agent-provider relationship in Australia, and around the world.

Get a glimpse into the mind of an agent.

Don’t miss out - find out what agents are saying about their experience and how you can put these trends into action.

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