More than 80 per cent of stakeholders have rated the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency highly in a sector-wide survey, saying it is
TEQSA is aware of allegations concerning an agent who may be engaging in dishonest practices by enrolling international students
"Key financial metrics on Australia’s higher education sector”, is the second release of financial data analysed
In early November TEQSA shared its experience in quality assuring online education at a workshop in Indonesia, with fellow Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) economies including Vietnam, China and Mexico.
More than 420 specialists came together in Melbourne on Wednesday 9 November for TEQSA's first conference titled Sharing Excellence: Assuring Quality held at the Park Royal Hotel in Melbourne.
At TEQSA's first ever conference, Wednesday 9 November, in Melbourne Dr Alan Finkel AO, gave the keynote address.
More than 420 delegates attended TEQSA's first conference on Wednesday 9 November titled Sharing Excellence: Assuring Quality at the Park Royal Hotel on Wednesday 9 November.
TEQSA’s Annual Report for 2015/16 was tabled in Parliament on 26 October 2016.
TEQSA's experience in online learning quality assurance is being shared with fellow Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) economies including Vietnam, China and Mexico in Bali, Indonesia.
On 17-18 October 2016, TEQSA hosted the fifth meeting of the Quality Beyond Boundaries Group (QBBG). QBBG is an international network of quality assurance agencies.