TEQSA has today announced the cancellation of the Australian School of Management’s registration as a higher education provider.
For the first time in Australia, attrition rates for 130 higher education providers have been analysed in a TEQSA study.
TEQSA has released its quarterly report highlighting a spike in the number of prospective providers under substantive assessment by the agency.
Universities made up 24 per cent of registered providers in 2015 but catered for 91 per cent of students enrolled in tertiary education, according to the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency’s (TEQSA) latest Statistics Report on Registered Higher Education Providers.
TEQSA has renewed its Memorandum of Cooperation with the Malaysian Qualifications Agency further reinforcing a joint commitment to quality higher education in the Asia Pacific.
TEQSA has released its quarterly report highlighting continued interest from new providers wishing to enter Australia’s higher education sector.
TEQSA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Council of Private Higher Education.
TEQSA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Professions Australia which will allow for greater collaboration and sharing of information between the two organisations.
TEQSA is consulting on proposed changes to the frequency and way it publishes its decisions to provide faster, clearer information to help students make informed choices about their education.
TEQSA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ACPET, the peak body representing the private tertiary education and training sector in Australia.