20 September 2019

Interested in becoming an ENZ Recognised Agency?


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Applications to join the ENZ Recognised Agency programme are now open

The ENZ Recognised Agency is a programme focused on identifying and engaging with proven, committed and ethical education agencies. It was re-launched in 2018 after a review. 

ENZ is dedicated to increasing engagement with quality education agencies that have demonstrated a long-term commitment to promoting New Zealand as an international study destination and are successfully placing students at New Zealand education providers. 

How to become an ENZ Recognised Agency 

Agencies can download an application form here. The application period will close on 1 October 2019 (please note that applications received after 1 October will not be considered for the 2019-20 ENZRA intake).  

To gain or retain Recognised Agency status, agencies need to meet three core objectives on a yearly basis. The three core standards are:  

  • Meeting points target and minimum visa approval rate 

  • Meeting core conduct requirements 

  • Undertaking training as required 

Agencies based in New Zealand are also required to have a permanent Licensed Immigration Adviser within their agency. 

Benefits of being an ENZ Recognised Agency 

 

  • Your agency details will be listed on www.studyinnewzealand.govt.nz, ENZ’s ‘go-to’ place for international students expressing an interest in learning more about studying in New Zealand 

  • Access to promotion on ENZ’s social media channels 

  • Exclusive access to My Study NZ tools to assist agencies in promoting New Zealand to prospective students 

  • Access to ENZ staff as well as exclusive promotional collateral, training and development opportunities 

  • Extended access to marketing resources in ENZ’s Brand Lab 

  • Use of the ENZ Recognised Agency logo on your agency’s website and other promotional materials 

  • Opportunity to be invited by ENZ to participate in select events and campaigns. 

Please direct any questions to agenthelp@enz.govt.nzor refer to the ENZRA FAQs. 

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