Murdoch University's provider registration with TEQSA covers operations in Australia, as well as in Singapore and Dubai. TEQSA maintains formal partnerships with the Committee for Private Education (CPE) in Singapore and Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in UAE and is a member of the Quality Beyond Borders Group (QBBG)
At the TNE Location
The Transnational Partner is expected to abide by all statutory requirements of the country that it operates in, including obtaining all necessary government approvals and maintaining them for the term of the Transnational Course Agreement. If requested by Murdoch University, the Transnational Partner is under contractual obligation to provide the University with a copy of all applications and supporting documentation submitted to any government authority for the purpose of obtaining government approval in relation to the transnational course.
The Transnational Partner is also obliged to provide the University with all government approvals issued in relation to the transnational course at the latter’s request. In addition, the Transnational Partner is expected to advise Murdoch University of all the government approvals that the University must obtain in the relevant TNE location.
Committee for Private Education (CPE), Singapore
According to the SkillsFuture website:
"The Committee for Private Education (CPE) was appointed by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) Board in October 2016 to carry out its functions and powers relating to private education under the Private Education Act. The CPE is supported by a team of dedicated staff from SSG to regulate the sector, provide student services, consumer education and facilitate capability development efforts to uplift standards in the local private education industry."
For more information, see the CPE Singapore.
Details of registered institutions and courses can be found on the Training Partners Gateway.
Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), Dubai
According to the KHDA website:
"The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) is responsible for the growth and quality of private education in Dubai. KHDA support schools, universities, parents, students, educators, investors and government partners to create a high quality education sector focused on happiness and wellbeing. The work of KHDA is guided by the strategy of the Government of Dubai."
For more information, see KHDA Dubai.
Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA), Malaysia
According to the MQA website:
"The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), was established on 1 November 2007 with the coming in force of the Malaysian Qualifications Agency Act 2007. The MQA was officially launched by the Honourable Minister of Higher Education, Dato' Mustapa Mohamed, on 2 November 2007.
The main role of the MQA is to implement the Malaysian Qualifications Framework (MQF) as a basis for quality assurance of higher education and as the reference point for the criteria and standards for national qualifications. The MQA is responsible for monitoring and overseeing the quality assurance practices and accreditation of national higher education."
For more information, see MQA.
Details of registered institutions and courses can be found on the Malaysian Qualification Register (MQR).