Questions related to Agencies & Partners FAQ


How can I be a recruitment agent for the University?

The University of Guelph does not use recruitment agents for graduate programs, however, if you wish to apply to be an agent to recruit students for our English Language Programs you can find more information from the ESL website.

If you are interested in recruiting students for Undergraduate Admissions (International) please contact Jimmi Hemmenbach to see if your region is part of current agent engagement initiatives. We will respond only to those queries they are interested in learning more about and in regions of the world where agent engagement is under consideration. Submitting a request does not guarantee a response, however we do thank you in advance for your interest in supporting the University of Guelph.


I have a delegation who would like to visit Guelph to see the facilities and discuss possible collaboration, whom should I contact?

 Guelph does not have a central office to organize visitors. The first step, however, is to have the organizer complete the Visiting International Delegation Request Form .  Be ready to demonstrate your goals and objectives for the visit and ensure the request is made at least six weeks in advance. If your visitors wish to have an unofficial visit and they do not require arrangements other than some time with you and your department, feel free to organize the visit yourself and contact the International Liaison Officer if you have any questions or problems.

We are looking to work with Guelph on a research project, how do we locate a researcher with the expertise we need?

 The best place to start is the Office of Research "people" page where you can find a variety of listings of research personnel.