Navitas partner college with La Trobe U, La Trobe Melbourne, is all-good with TEQSA, with the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency ending conditions on the registration of Navitas Bundoora, imposed in December 2016.
Back then TEQSA renewed NB’s registration for seven years, subject to three conditions; demonstrating “continued responsibility to improve student performance,” demonstrating there were student performance KPIs and implementing a “systematic and cyclical review and update” of HE policies. TEQSA said it was acting because of “identified risk regarding: “corporate and academic governance, deteriorating student outcomes, issues identified with LTM academic staffing profile, increasing student load, high student/staff ratio and a high attrition rate.”
The agency has now decided Navitas has met the requirements for KPIs and review/updating policies. But the need to improve student performance remains.
The college offers diplomas in business, IT, engineering, psychology, health and mediacomms.