Fees and charges consultation

In accordance with the Australian Government Charging Policy, TEQSA annually reviews the operation of our Cost Recovery Implementation Statement (CRIS).  

Following an internal review of the 2022 version of the CRIS, we have developed a consultation paper for the sector.

This paper outlines several proposed adjustments to ensure our fees and charges for 2024 accurately reflect the cost of our regulatory activities and the changes we’ve made to streamline processes since the 2022 version of the CRIS was developed. 

Feedback on the proposed adjustments outlined in the consultation paper should be emailed to us at costrecovery@teqsa.gov.au by 5:00pm (AEST), Monday 25 September 2023

Briefing for providers

We held a virtual briefing for registered higher education providers on Thursday 31 August.

Contact us

If you have any questions about the proposed changes, or this consultation, please email costrecovery@teqsa.gov.au

Information about current fees and charges

Information about our current fees and charges and the 2022 version of the CRIS are available on this website.

See: Fees and charges

Past consultation


TEQSA engaged in extensive consultation with the sector about a proposed model for our regulatory fees and charges in 2021.

Valuable feedback from the sector was used to refine the Cost Recovery Implementation Statement (CRIS) for implementation from 1 January 2023.

Last updated:
7 Sep 2023

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