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6 October 2022
TEQSA's Complete Australian Privacy Principles (APP) Privacy Policy and Privacy Management Plan has been updated and the latest version is now available.
19 September 2022
We've streamlined the process for providers to apply for self-accrediting authority.
13 September 2022
TEQSA has published its revised Guidance Note: Research and Research Training after consultation with the sector.
5 September 2022
TEQSA's 2022-26 Corporate Plan sets out the agency’s priorities in a time of rapid change and uncertainty for the Australian higher education sector. 
25 August 2022
TEQSA has published a sector update to support higher education providers in implementing recommendations from the Respect @ Work report.
9 August 2022
TEQSA has commenced consultation with the sector on the draft Guidance Note: Research requirements for Australian universities.
5 August 2022
The Minister for Education has announced new enforcement action by TEQSA to block access to 40 commercial academic cheating sites.
20 July 2022
Early-bird registrations for the TEQSA Conference are now open.
4 July 2022
Predatory journals are becoming increasingly sophisticated and can catch researchers unaware as they look for ways to publish their work.
24 June 2022
TEQSA has shared updated information on suspected academic cheating service websites with Australia’s higher education sector.

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