This report outlines the findings and recommendations of the Commission on International Student Recruitment on the use of commission-based recruitment of international students by US schools and institutions. In 2011, the NACAC Board of Directors tasked the commission to assess the need to amend the mandatory ban on per capita remuneration of domestic and international recruitment in the association’s Statement of Principles and Good Practices. They concluded that while NACAC should continue to be very cognizant of the potential effects of commissioned recruiting, it should also address the changing trends in international recruitment and lift the ban in favor of a best practice stance.
For more details on their findings and recommendations download the report.
The Report covers:
- History of Incentive Compensation
- Risk Factors Associate with Incentive Compensation
- The International Marketplace for Student Recruitment
- The United States Context
- Methods of International Recruitment at US Institutions
- Use of Agents in International Recruitment at US Institutions
- Institutional Responsibility for International Student Recruitment
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