Any private provider thinking of dashing off to the Administrative Appeals tribunal because TEQSA knocked back an application to teach higher education might first consider why the agency is so picky. Reasons for rejection were spelt out at a Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency conference yesterday, including: applicants lack knowledge of higher education governance, insufficiently understand higher education quality assurance frameworks and don’t have academic leadership.
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