Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA) welcomes Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT) as a new member.
Melbourne Institute of Technology, also known as MIT, has an excellent reputation as a specialised higher education provider of business, business analytics, cyber-security, networking, data analytics, software engineering, and telecommunications engineering.
“We are very pleased to welcome the Melbourne Institute of Technology as IHEA’s newest member," said IHEA CEO, Dr Peter Hendy.
“Our membership continues to grow in line with the recognition that IHEA is the leading voice for the future direction of Australia’s independent higher education sector.”
“Australia’s independent higher education sector includes independent universities, university colleges, and for-profit and not-for-profit higher education providers committed to excellence in teaching, learning, student support, as well as skills development.”
“We are excited to join IHEA, as the peak body representing Australia’s accredited independent higher education providers and its advocacy of the independent higher education sector,” said MIT CEO, Dr Shesh Ghale.
“MIT looks forward to making a valuable contribution to IHEA’s collective effort to advance the work of Australia’s independent higher education providers, and the sector more broadly.”
IHEA's full members must be registered and accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) – the national quality assurance and government regulatory agency for higher education.
IHEA’s full members include:
• Independent Universities.
• University Colleges.
• Institutes of Higher Education.
As per the IHEA Constitution, MIT’s initial membership will be provisional for a 12-month period before proceeding to full membership after that.
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