New higher education providers tend to overestimate their financial performance prior to entering the higher education sector, a TEQSA report on the financial health of Australia’s sector has shown.
Under the VET Student Loans Rules 2016, the provisional approval for the tuition assurance schemes operated by the Australian Council for Private Education and Training and TAFE Directors Australia, expires on 31 December 2017.
TEQSA's Annual Report for the 2016-17 financial year was tabled in Parliament on Tuesday 31 October 2017.
Representatives from Australian higher education providers have taken part in the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency’s (TEQSA) forum
As a consequence of the passing of the Provider Integrity and Other Measures Act, TEQSA is able to specify matters that the agency may have regard to in deciding whether a person is a fit and proper person under the TEQSA Act.
TEQSA has welcomed revised standards governing English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) announced by the Minister for Education and Training today.
TEQSA has partnered with leading academic integrity expert, Professor Tracey Bretag, to develop a Good Practice Note to help tackle the complex issue of contract cheating.
TEQSA has committed to building a partnership with the National Union of Students (NUS), signing a Memorandum of Understanding in Melbourne today.
In response to recent feedback from consultation with the sector, TEQSA has published a number of updates to the Material Change Notification Policy in recent months.
TEQSA has welcomed a British Council report which found Australia among the most attractive countries for those looking for international student mobility.