This paper describes TEQSA’s approach to navigating the issues involved with streamlining the collection into the broader Department of Education's Transforming the Collection of Student Information project, whilst minimising additional compliance burden upon providers.
The Key Risk Findings on Australia’s Higher Education Sector Report is TEQSA’s first public release of its risk findings to the sector and other stakeholders. This is in line with TEQSA’s commitment to publish key data used or collected by the agency in order to be open and transparent in its dealings with Australia’s higher education providers.
This Good Practice Note presents Australian higher education providers with exemplars and specific practical advice to assist them to make the processes for admission to higher education institutions transparent for prospective students.
TEQSA is required to self-assess its performance, and then obtain external validation of that self-assessment. The Higher Education Standards Panel has provided this external validation and the TEQSA accountable authority has certified the report.
The Professional Accreditation Bodies Forum was convened as an opportunity for TEQSA to receive feedback directly from professional accrediting bodies about the ways in which we can work together to effectively reduce duplication and streamline accreditation processes.