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Schools, colleges, advisers or agents can become registered ACASC counselor and get unique access to their students' applications.

Who is an ACASC counselor?
Schools, colleges, advisers or agents can register with ACASC to become a counselo
r – read our terms and conditions to find out more. Once you become an ACASC counselor, we'll provide you with the necessary information and documents you’ll need to support your applicants through the application process.

Manage your students’ applications easily

Becoming an ACASC counselor is free and means students can make their ACASC Undergraduate and Postgraduate application through you.

  • We’ll support you through the application process and with advising your students.

  • We’ll show you how to manage their applications in our online Apply service.

Applicants who apply by themselves can manage their own applications.

How to register as an ACASC counselor

Schools, educational advisers and agents who aid students with their ACASC Undergraduate and Postgraduate applications to China can register themselves with ACASC by filling in one of the forms below.

Becoming a registered counselor is completely free and provides organizations with a suite of tools to assist them to manage student applications, gives access to the latest information and advice services, and allows providers to track where students have come from.

Click the relevant link to begin the process of becoming a registered center.

Which form is relevant to me?

Agents – International

International advisers, agents, counselors

International advisers, agents, and counselors in China

International schools

  • International based schools (with international applicants)

  • Study abroad centers

If you are an international adviser/agent in China, you need to attach a letter of recommendation from a university or college, which is a member of ACASC when you complete the above form. Please read the advice for your referee below.

Reference criteria 

The reference/recommendation letter should include:

  • Contact name and details of the person providing the reference/recommendation

  • Contact name and details of the person and center/organization requesting      the reference/recommendation

  • Confirmation of how long the university or college has known the individual and/or the organization/center

  • A brief outline of the relationship between the university or college and the organization/individual      (the referee should highlight if they know the individual/center, whether      they receive applications, and comment on the organization/individual's professional conduct, etc.)

  • Whether the referee would support the application to be become a ACASC registered counselor and the reason(s) why.  

We will validate any letter of recommendation/reference.

Benefits of being an ACASC counselor

Registered counselors have unique access to applications during the application process. Counselors are able to subscribe to Adviser Track, which will then allow them to see applications once they have been sent to ACASC. Some of the benefits are outlined below.

  • Assist when you need it – a dedicated telephone line at ACASC.

  • Counselors are viewed as a trusted source of applications by universities and colleges.

  • Contact your students directly from the system with timely reminders, corrections and comments on their applications. 

  • Receive monthly mailings from ACASC giving you news, insight and up-to-date information about the application processes that you can pass on to your students.

  • Subscribe to Adviser Track – this service shows your applicants their admission status once they have submitted an application. View where your applicants are if they have replied or are ready to reply to their offers, and where they are accepted.

  • As part of the subscription service, you will receive Applicant Status Reports, which give you a unique snapshot of where your applications are once they have been submitted to ACASC.

  • Access to counselor-only forums, where you can discuss all aspects of the application process, pose questions to other counselors, or raise awareness of changes, upcoming events or impending deadlines.

The ACASC International Team

If you are an international counselor, our International Team can provide any help and guidance you may need. The team is happy to visit registered ACASC counselors to talk to staff and their agents and to provide training to staffs, schools and Study abroad agents when attending international events in various countries.

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