Fees and charges

From Monday 19 February, TEQSA will issue each registered higher education provider with their 2024 Registered Higher Education Provider (RHEP) charge notice and invoice.

TEQSA’s fees and charges recover costs for regulatory activities undertaken to support Australia’s higher education sector.

Costs are recovered from higher education providers in 2 ways:

  1. Registered Higher Education Provider (RHEP) charge paid annually by all providers, the charge is the sum of a base component and a compliance component
  2. Application fees for regulatory activities related to:
    • registration
    • course accreditation
    • variation or revocation of conditions

TEQSA fees and charges are determined by legislative instruments

TEQSA’s fees and charges are determined by way of legislative instrument. TEQSA’s fees and charges from 1 January 2024 to 31 December 2024 are determined by the:

Learn more about fees and charges

In this section, you can find detailed information about our fees and charges, including:

For frequently asked questions about cost recovery, visit our FAQs page.

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