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International Agents

Established in 1809, Miami University is consistently ranked among the top 70 national public universities by U.S. News & World Report for providing students with an Ivy League-quality education at a public school price. Located in quintessential college town Oxford, Ohio — with regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown, a learning center in West Chester, and a European study center in Luxembourg — Miami serves more than 21,600 undergraduates across 120 areas of study and more than 2,500 graduate students through 70 master’s and doctoral degree programs. At this comprehensive research university, students engage and conduct research with premiere teacher-scholars. Miami adds $2.3 billion each year to Ohio’s economy through innovative partnerships and job creation. Miami is a NCAA Division I school, serving more than 500 student athletes across 19 varsity sports. For more information, visit

Working with International Agents

Miami University's Oxford campus works with select agents who have the regional expertise in providing one-on-one counseling to prospective students (and their families) abroad who are interested in studying in the United States, particularly at Miami University.

Agents who work with Miami University have gone through extensive training on admission procedures, course offerings, and student support services, along with a firm understanding of the university’s mission, resources, and values. Miami is committed to partnering with international agents that adhere to the American International Recruitment Council's (AIRC) best practice guidelines.

Become an Approved Agent

Thank you for your interest in becoming an approved agent of Miami University's Oxford campus. The university has a process for agencies who are interested in becoming approved agents. Part of the process involves the agency being able to demonstrate the ability to recruit non-residential international students (undergraduate and graduate-specific programs). Miami strongly prefers agents who have achieved AIRC or International Consultants for Education and Fairs (ICEF) certification. 

If you wish to partner with Miami as an agent, please fill out the inquiry form below. Accepted inquiries will then be contacted for an exploratory call. 

Please note that after we complete the review of your application, we will contact your references. If your agency is approved to represent our university, we will send contract documents to you.

After an education agent has been approved, we like to conduct training webinars that will go over the scope of our academic programs, admission requirements, and the resources and opportunities we provide our students. We will also conduct in-person visits and training to assist your head office. We can set up small group webinars and advising sessions with prospective students.

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Resources for Approved Agents

Approved agents should use the following resources — like admission requirements, process documents, and application information — to be a successful university representative. Thank you for your partnership. We are excited to be working with you.

For additional information, please contact one of our Admission Representatives.

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