About TEQSA Conference 2019
Partnerships and alliances have long demonstrated significant benefits for all involved, from technological innovation to dramatic improvements in health outcomes.
Higher education has a long history of scholarly alliances and partnerships can also deliver big benefits in small ways, by sharing scarce resources like campuses and teaching resources.
At the 4th TEQSA conference, we will look at ways in which partnerships can drive quality, through collaboration with industry, professional accreditation bodies and regulatory authorities to benefit students, the higher education sector and Australian education.
Speakers will explore key aspects of the global higher education landscape and how partnerships can transform the content and delivery of education over the coming decade.
Registration is now open for TEQSA 2019 with substantially reduced registration costs when compared with 2018 registration prices. Click here to register. Early bird discounts are available. Early Bird Registrations close at AEST 5pm, Friday 30 August. Early registration is suggested to avoid disappointment.
Who should attend?
Independent higher education providers, TAFEs and Universities
Representatives from higher education peak bodies, professional associations and industry accreditation bodies
Higher education professionals interested in current and future trends in the sector
who is teqsa?
The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) is Australia’s independent national quality assurance and regulatory agency for higher education.
TEQSA’s fundamental purpose is to safeguard student interests and the reputation of higher education in Australia. TEQSA does this through a proportionate, risk-reflective approach to quality assurance that supports diversity, innovation and excellence. Read more about TEQSA.