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Renewing registration

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Registered higher education providers must apply to TEQSA in writing to renew their registration. This application must be submitted at least 180 days before registration is due to expire, unless a shorter time frame has been agreed to. Providers hoping for a shorter time frame should contact their case manager as soon as possible.

Applications must be on the approved online application form (available from the Provider Portal), include all information requested, and be accompanied by the applicable fee and payment/invoice form. See more information on our fees page.

If the application for renewal of registration is successful, we will determine the time period of registration. Under the TEQSA Act, this period can’t exceed seven years.

Multiple applications

Providers are encouraged to apply for renewal of registration at the same time as renewal of course accreditation, and where applicable, other regulatory processes such as CRICOS re-registration, application for self-accrediting authority or an application to change provider category. The ability to submit concurrent applications will depend on a range of factors, including accreditation and registration periods. Providers are strongly encouraged to contact us to discuss the best way of packaging applications prior to submission.

Before submitting

It is essential that applicants read the relevant application guide before submitting an application. The application guide explains the process, and gives indicative information about the evidence that will need to be submitted with each application.

Application guides can be accessed at our Application guides and support page.

Application forms

Application forms are available from TEQSA’s Provider Portal. For samples of the forms found on the Provider Portal contact enquiries [at] teqsa.gov.au.

NOTE: Application forms must be submitted in the approved format via the Provider Portal, include all information requested, and be accompanied by the required fee.