TEQSA is seeking feedback on its proposed approach to course accreditation and re-accreditation.
TEQSA has published a detailed explanation of how its risk and standards based approach to assuring higher education standards is applied across the sector.
The Minister for Education and Training has announced new appointments to the TEQSA Commission.
TEQSA has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), a regulatory authority of the Government of Dubai.
Following a thorough assessment process, TEQSA has granted full self-accrediting authority to Avondale College of Higher Education.
Recent changes made to PRISMS allows providers to submit a course cost changes in bulk, reducing the processing workload.
The November 2014 TEQSA Update is now available for download.
TEQSA is seeking feedback from providers on proposed changes to the information shown on the National Register.
TEQSA has published two more guidance notes for comment, covering nested courses and workforce planning. Visit TEQSA's website for more information.
TEQSA’s Annual Report for 2013/14 was tabled in Parliament on 23 October 2014.