The tertiary education regulator has placed just one condition on re-registration of private provider Elite Education Institute – but it’s a beaut
The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency forbids Elite enrolling or commencing any new students until August 31. The time-limit is to allow TEQSA to complete investigations into the institution.
TEQSA states it “believes on reasonable grounds” that Elite does not have “the clearly demonstrated capacity,” “to provide education of a satisfactory standard.”
Elite offers degrees and dips in business. Its voced division is separately regulated by training authority ASQA.