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Welcome to the website of NAAER:Nepalese Association of Australian Education Representatives.
NAAER was formed in 2007 to assure the integrity and credibility of agents who are recruiting students on behalf of Australian education and training institutions.
The establishment of NAAER was an initiative of likeminded companies in Nepal and Australian Education International (AEI).

NAAER members abide by a code of ethical practices, which is displayed in their office. The code states clearly the services that are offered to the students.
NAAER members have agreed to serve prospective students with honest and fair services, provide them with accurate and unbiased information about Australian education and college/institutes they represent.

NAAER members must have formal contact with at least two Australian education institution.

 
 

LONDON STATEMENT

Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and the UK have agreed to the Statement of Principles for the Ethical Recruitment of International Students by Education Agents. This Statement is referred to as the "London Statement".

NAAER welcomes the collaborative effort and is aware that NAAER's Code of Conduct and MOA has been referred to in the various discussions. NAAER has studied the released statement and is of the view that the advised principles are very much part of the NAAER norms and hence NAAER members agree to abide by the laid down principles. The revised membership norms that require certification, integrity check and track-record will ensure that NAAER does indeed reflect the role of a self-regulating peak body of education representatives in Nepal.

Media Release from AEI on the London Statement :

https://www.aei.gov.au/News/Latest-News/Pages/Article-CODEOFETHICSFOREDUCATIONAGENTS.aspx