TEQSA has welcomed revised standards governing English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) announced by the Minister for Education and Training today.
TEQSA has partnered with leading academic integrity expert, Professor Tracey Bretag, to develop a Good Practice Note to help tackle the complex issue of contract cheating.
TEQSA has committed to building a partnership with the National Union of Students (NUS), signing a Memorandum of Understanding in Melbourne today.
In response to recent feedback from consultation with the sector, TEQSA has published a number of updates to the Material Change Notification Policy in recent months.
TEQSA has welcomed a British Council report which found Australia among the most attractive countries for those looking for international student mobility.
The first university response to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s report on sexual assault and harassment at Australian universities has made 18 ‘systematic recommendations’ aimed at creating safer university communities.
TEQSA has welcomed a national initiative that has seen all 39 of Australia’s public universities join together to tackle the issue of sexual assault and harassment.
Universities Australia has launched a support line for students affected by sexual assault and harassment.
TEQSA has continued to strengthen its international ties, signing a Memorandum of Cooperation with the RAK Economic Zone Authority.
Almost 200 representatives from the Australian higher education sector have taken part in the TEQSA forum on first-year student attrition.