Leading voices to share sector insights at the 2023 TEQSA Conference

TEQSA is delighted to welcome leading experts to share their insights into current issues facing higher education and opportunities to reshape the sector into the future at the upcoming 7th annual TEQSA conference.

On 23 November, TEQSA will bring together leading voices, including Minister for Education, The Hon Jason Clare MP, and the Australian Universities Accord Panel’s Professor Mary O’Kane AC. We‘re also proud to present a program with strong student representation, including President of the National Union of Students, Bailey Riley, and the Accord Reference Group’s Rural Youth Ambassador, Tayla Roberts, to bring valuable insight into the student experience.

TEQSA’s conference is Australia’s only truly sector-focused event. It seeks to inform and challenge collective thinking to support the sector to navigate the challenges we face and seize the opportunities. The day’s program includes discussions on the Australian Universities Accord, reforming assessment in the age of artificial intelligence and current issues for regulation in higher education.

Attendees are invited to attend a Welcome Reception with drinks, canapes, exclusive access to THE LUME and the opportunity to network with peers.

The event will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on Thursday 23 November and in-person and virtual registration are available on the TEQSA Conference website.

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