Becoming an Authorized KPU Agent
KPU is currently seeking partnerships with educational agencies from select regions to achieve our goal of student body diversification. If you are interested in becoming an authorized KPU agent, please follow the steps below:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to provide your agency information, including the list of countries from which your students are recruited.
If the countries you have specified match with our recruitment regions, you will receive an agent application form.
- Email email@example.com the complete application form, including three references, along with the following supporting documents:
- A copy of your business license that allows you to operate as an educational agency in your recruiting countries (mandatory), and
- A copy of your CCEA (Canada Course for Education Agents) certificate
If your application is accepted, you will receive a draft agent agreement for your review and approval.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org the signed agreement.
Once your documentation is complete, you will receive:
- the agent agreement
- KPU Agent Certificate
- a third party waiver form
- a sample tuition and fees budget sheet
- a training note
- an agent code, and
- an invoice template
You will also be assigned a KPU Regional Coordinator who will be in touch with you to arrange a training session on how to partner with us on international student recruitment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible to claim commissions?
Only authorized KPU agents who have valid agent agreements with KPU are eligible to claim commissions on students whom they have recruited once the students enroll at KPU.
What is the commission structure?
The commission structure is stated in the agent agreements between KPU and authorized KPU agents.
What is the commission process?
After the published Session 2 add/drop deadline of each semester, KPU International – Agent Relations will provide authorized KPU agents with draft invoices, including the enrollment status of their students and the number of credits enrolled. Agents have 14 days from the invoice date to review and confirm the accuracy of the draft invoices, after which KPU International – Agent Relations will prepare the final invoice for payment processing.
How are commissions paid?
Cheque is the default method of payment. Wire transfers can be requested for an additional fee of $50 per invoice which will be deducted from total commissions.
How long does it take to receive commissions?
Approximately 6-8 weeks from the date the invoice is confirmed.
How can I help prospective international students apply to KPU?
Applications to KPU must be submitted online. Please ensure that you complete the Agent Information and Release for International Applicants section, and include your agent code to claim commissions.
For more information, please visit international/future-students/apply.
Whom should I contact when I have questions about international student applications?
Please contact your Regional Coordinator who has been introduced to you when you become an authorized KPU agent.
What are the required documents for international student applications?
Please visit Required Documents or contact your Regional Coordinator for more details.
KPU International – Office of International Recruitment, Admissions & Articulation
General Phone: 604-599-2866
Student inquiries: email@example.com
Agent agreement and commission inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org