Terms & Conditions for The Partnership Program
- General Terms
- Partner's Responsiblilities
- Joint Marketing Program
The ED Collaborate Partnership program has been established to take advantage of mutually beneficial opportunities available to University students.
This agreement may not be assigned or transferred, nor may any of the obligations of either party here under be delegated by either party without the prior written consent of the other, and any such assignment without such consent shall be null and void. Terms and conditions contained within this Agreement are subject to change without prior written notice.
- ED Collaborate and the partner agree to establish ties of amity and cooperation for the purpose of promoting mutual understanding and academic, cultural, and student exchange.
- Neither party shall be responsible for delays or failure of performance resulting from acts beyond the reasonable control of such party. Such acts include, but are not limited to, acts of God, strikes, walkouts, riots, acts of war, epidemics, governmental regulations, power failures, earthquakes, or other disaster.
- If any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid or unenforceable, it is to that extent to be deemed omitted and the remaining provisions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.
- This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the Partner and ED Collaborate concerning the subject matter hereof and thereof, and supersedes all previous communications, representations, understandings and agreements, whether verbal or written, between the parties.
- The affiliated partner of ED Collaborate will act as a representative to supply information about the university to potential students and organizations and to assist students wishing to enroll at the university.
- The partner will ensure their professional endeavors to represent the best interests of the university and maintain its good reputation.
- They will maintain and inform the university of an accurate and adequate telephone, postal, and e-mail communication mediums.
JOINT MARKETING PROGRAM:
- The university will endeavor to provide relevant, adequate, and accurate information and promotional materials to the partner about the educational programs and eligibility for study.
- The partner shall not undertake advertising or publicity on behalf of the university without the prior written permission of the university.
- The partner shall be entitled to represent other educational establishments and institutions and shall not be obliged to represent solely the interests of this university. The partner shall, however, provide the names of any other educational establishment represented to the university.
- University logo and corporate name use shall be consistent with any corporate standards for logo use and design. Use of the corporate name and university logo may be extended to presentations to individuals or large groups, and collateral materials (i.e., brochures and other promotional material). Any additional use (i.e., press releases, presentations to substantially large groups of people, tradeshows, etc.) will only occur if first approved by the university.
- In consideration for services rendered by the partner under this agreement, the university agrees to pay the partner a commission provided that the student is enrolled as a direct result of the partner’s efforts and not through the university’s existing academic collaborative arrangements.
- Commission will be paid to the partner on the basis of fees actually received by the university. Payment will not be made for students who do not complete their enrollment payment.
- The university reserves the right to asses the eligibility of all applicants, and to deny admission to the applicants if deemed unsuitable.
- Both parties recognize and acknowledge that all nonpublic information pertaining to the affairs, business, clients, customers or other relationships of the parties, including without limitation the items set forth under this Agreement is Confidential Information and constitutes a unique and valuable asset of the disclosing party.
- Each party shall use reasonable measures, not less than those measures the party uses to protect its own Confidential Information of a similar nature, to protect Confidential Information of the disclosing party from unauthorized access to or use by third parties.