How TEQSA regulates
The TEQSA Act established TESQA as Australia’s single national quality assurance and regulatory agency for higher education. While the TEQSA Act identifies a significant number of objects, the core elements are to apply a standards and risk-based quality framework to protecting and promoting the interests of higher education students and the reputation of the higher education sector.
This section provides links to demonstrate how TEQSA regulates the higher education sector.
- How does TEQSA monitor risks to students?
- How does TEQSA respond to sector-wide issues?
- TEQSA's approach to quality assurance and regulation
- TEQSA's guidance notes
- TEQSA's National Register of higher education providers