IHEA is the peak body representing Independent Higher Education Providers in Australia

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IHEA Welcomes Legislation to Establish Jobs and Skills Australia

Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA) welcomes the introduction of legislation to establish Jobs and Skills Australia – a new independent agency responsible for providing advice …

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Introducing Dr Jerry Nockles – IHEA Membership Services and Government Relations Manager

We announce the continued growth of Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA) with the introduction of Dr Jerry Nockles as IHEA’s Membership Services and Government Relations …

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Success Series

Success for Bond University Students at International Competition to Address UN Sustainable Development Goals

Another Story in the IHEA Member Success Series. Four Bond University students have been recognised internationally for creating an app that boosts mental health. The …

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Latest COVID-19 Government Advice

Educational institutions and students should utilise the latest information available from Government sources when considering their future plans. Students seeking information about their own course or enrolment should contact their institution directly. 

Advice and resources for institutions and students is available from the Department of Education, Skills and Employment here:

Detailed resources from the Department of Health including information about symptoms and advice to prevent the transmission of the virus is available here:

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OUR
MEMBERS​

IHEA members are high-quality independent providers who are committed to the best educational opportunities for students.

TEQSA accredited

All IHEA members are registered and accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA) – the national regulator of all Australian higher education providers including public universities.

Australian Quality Standards Framework

The Higher Education Standards Framework (HESF) and Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) apply to all higher education courses provided by IHEA members.

Equity, Diversity, Choice

IHEA members are committed to the best educational opportunities for students and best practice in Australian Higher Education.

Best practice education

IHEA members are some of the oldest, and the newest, higher education providers in Australia, offering programs from undergraduate to masters and doctoral studies.

INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS

Independent providers score the highest quality rankings in government student consumer surveys. Independent providers dominate the top 25 rankings and are consistently rated higher than public universities for teaching quality and skills development.

View the information below and see why an independent provider can help you succeed.