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12 April 2022
TEQSA has published advice to assist providers when planning and conducting independent expert reviews.
24 March 2022
Read TEQSA's statement in response to the release of Universities Australia's National Student Safety Survey (2021).
12 April 2022
TEQSA has launched a suite of resources in languages other than English to support students to better understand how to avoid illegal academic cheating services.
11 March 2022
TEQSA's Chief Commissioner has urged continued action to tackle the risks posed by illegal cheating services.
10 February 2022
We have updated some of our downloadable resources, including slides that can be added to a presentation and posters for display on campus.
31 January 2022
TEQSA has confirmed Alphacrucis College as Australia's fourth University College.
25 January 2022
TEQSA is working closely with other Commonwealth agencies to help share updated information about the threat of COVID-19.
5 January 2022
Recordings from the 2021 TEQSA Conference are now available on our YouTube channel.
16 December 2021
On 1 December, the Minister for Education and Youth made several amendments to the Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards) 2021 legislative instrument.

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