Agent Application Process for Duquesne University
Thank you for your interest in representing and working with Duquesne University as an Educational Representative. This process is for agents who:
Have never been registered as a Duquesne University educational agent;
Have not been registered in the last twelve (12) months.
Duquesne University values the development of strong, productive relationships with our Educational Representatives to ensure mutually beneficial outcomes. We expect all of our Educational Representatives to behave professionally with the highest ethical standards at all times.
Before making an application we strongly encourage you to read the following:
American International Recruitment Council webite (AIRC) - a widely accepted certification body for agents in the United States: www.airc-education.org
We currently do not require our education representatives to possess AIRC certification, but we highly recommend that agents become familiar with the guidelines and standards that have been set forth by AIRC in order to understand what is considered ethical and acceptable practice among international placement agents.
It is also recommended that you visit the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System website for the latest student immigration and visa information for the United States
If you decide to apply to become an Educational Representative for Duquesne University you must answer all questions on the application form. All of the information must be in English or translated into English from an official translator in your country. It is important to note that your references must come from the educational sector. Once you have completed the application form, please email a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your application will be assessed on the basis of your experience and the strategic alignment of your application with our needs.
I look forward to receiving your application. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
Executive Director, Center for Global Engagement