Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA)

Owning Institution:
Discussion paper

Discussion paper: making and assessing claims of scholarship and scholarly activity

As part of its regulatory roles, TEQSA is required to assess evidence of ‘scholarship’ that is put forward by providers, whether evidence of scholarship by individuals, such as teaching staff within the provider, or for the provider as a whole. This paper does not seek...

Improving the transparency of higher education admissions

This report presents TEQSA’s summative evaluation of the sector’s responses against the Higher Education Standards Panel’s recommendations to achieve greater transparency in the admissions information for higher education.

Toolkit to support quality assurance agencies to address academic integrity and contract cheating

This toolkit has been developed to share Australia’s lessons with our colleagues in quality assurance agencies in the global fight against contract cheating and other threats to academic integrity.

Good Practice Note: Preventing and responding to sexual assault and sexual harassment in the Australian higher education sector

This publication is intended to support higher education providers to better understand, prevent, identify and respond to sexual assault and sexual harassment.

Online delivery – key considerations for providers

In addressing key considerations and making decisions, tertiary education providers should continue to act in the best interests of, and minimise adverse impacts to students, while maintaining the quality of learning.