About the webinar:

This webinar will provide key findings from recent WES research on international students' views and experiences of working with agents. The principle researcher on this report, Megha Roy, will provide empirically backed insights to help institutions understand some of the complexities of the global agent market.

Gain insights into:

  • Understand how students interact with agents including compensation/fee structures, needs and motivations, services used, experiences, challenges, and more
  • Identify best-practices of working with different types of agents
  • Understand the complexities of the global agent market and gain insights on the use of agents in traditional and unexplored markets (South and Central Asia, East Asia, Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean)



Megha Roy

Product Marketing Manager

Megha earned a master’s degree in marketing intelligence from Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University, New York and a bachelor’s degree in physics honors from Delhi University, India. She specializes in market analysis and research and has published several research reports and articles on international student mobility trends as well as enrollment management strategies, and most recently and notably on the use of agents by international student and international student satisfaction. Megha has presented at various industry conferences including NAFSA Annual, NAFSA Region X and XI.


Research Assistant

Ziyi conducts research on international education and student mobility trends, and has published research on education in China. She earned a master’s degree in international educational development from Columbia University, a Bachelor of Laws in international relations, and a Bachelor of Arts in English language and literature from Tsinghua University. She has also studied education and social sciences at Harvard University.