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Being TEQSA Ready

In light of the advent of the new regulatory and quality regime that TEQSA heralds, Campus Review is running a series of eight articles by members of the Discipline Scholars Network under the banner Being TEQSA Ready. The Discipline Scholars’ Network was ...

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Learn to work with TEQSA: Craven

The higher education sector needs to embrace the new regulatory system and learn to work with it, says Australian Catholic University vice-chancellor Professor Greg Craven. Craven, a leader of the Universities Australia working party involved in negotiations on the creation of ...

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TEQSA may face constitutional dilemma

The tertiary regulator’s power to discipline universities might be undermined if a challenge to the Commonwealth’s authority is upheld in the High Court.  The outcomes of several cases currently before the High Court could challenge the legal viability of the ...

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New series: Being TEQSA ready

In light of the advent of the new regulatory and quality regime that TEQSA heralds, Campus Review is running a series of articles by members of the Discipline Scholars Network under the banner Being TEQSA Ready. The Discipline Scholars’ Network ...

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