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16 April 2020
TEQSA welcomes the Australian National Audit Office’s performance audit report on its regulation of higher education.
14 April 2020
The Australian Government has confirmed that there will be a delay to the implementation of the cost recovery arrangements for TEQSA.
7 April 2020
TEQSA is publishing a suite of online learning resources for providers to assist the sector’s transition to online learning.
6 April 2020
TEQSA is working to support the higher education sector during the coronavirus pandemic.
30 March 2020
The CEO will provide strategic leadership and vision, and the ethical, effective and efficient management of TEQSA’s large and complex operations.
20 March 2020
National regulators, including ASQA and TEQSA, will be flexible in order to support students to study online either in Australia or offshore.
12 February 2020
On 5 February 2020, TEQSA made a decision to reject the applications to renew Elite Education’s registration as a higher education provider.
22 January 2020
Two workshops will be held in New Zealand to support institutions to promote academic integrity and address contract cheating.
16 January 2020
TEQSA congratulates its CEO, Anthony McClaran, on his upcoming appointment as the next Vice-Chancellor of St Mary’s University, London.
6 December 2019
TEQSA welcomes the introduction of a Bill to amend the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Act 2011, which would make it an offence to provide or advertise academic ‘contract cheating’ services in higher education.

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