TEQSA registers Sydney College of Divinity as a University College
TEQSA has decided to register the Sydney College of Divinity as a University College.
The TEQSA Commission made this decision after the presentation of new evidence, following a previous decision by TEQSA in July 2021.
TEQSA Chief Commissioner Professor Peter Coaldrake AO said the national higher education regulator accepted that the Sydney College of Divinity now meets the standards for registration as a University College.
The University College category was established in July 2021 following reforms to the categorisation of Australian higher education providers.
There are now 6 providers in the University College category, offering a diverse range of courses in fields such as: Education, Creative Arts, Health and Society and Culture.
The Sydney College of Divinity was established in 1983 and currently has 1250 students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Theology, Ministry and Philosophy.
Quotes attributable to TEQSA Chief Commissioner Professor Peter Coaldrake AO
“On behalf of TEQSA, I congratulate the Sydney College of Divinity on achieving registration as Australia’s sixth University College.”
“The University College category supports more opportunities for providers to develop course offerings that better meet the future needs of students, employers, industry and communities.”
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