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Australia’s first ‘university college’ named

A Seventh-day Adventist higher education provider in Lake Macquarie, NSW, has become Australia's first “university college”. Founded over a century ago, Avondale College of Higher Education had its new category status approved late last month by the federal government’s Tertiary Education ...

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Let universities fail: UK gov

Unlike banks such as Lloyds and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), failing UK universities won't have it easy if they're near collapse. Announcing this at Wonkfest – a higher education festival in London – Sir Michael Barber, the head of the ...

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TEQSA to assess student wellbeing

For the first time, higher education providers will be assessed for registration renewal purposes on their provision of student support services. The additional standards, which came into effect in 2017, were largely a response to the Human Rights Commission's report on sexual harassment ...

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On the move: February

Commissioners reappointed TEQSA has announced the reappointment of three commissioners. Professor Nick Saunders will continue as chief commissioner, with Dr Lin Martin and Professor Cliff Walsh as commissioners. Saunders served as vice-chancellor of the University of Newcastle from 2004 to ...

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