IHEA is delighted to announce that Navitas has joined our organisation. IHEA represents the very best independent higher education providers in Australia, and we welcome Navitas to IHEA membership.
Navitas is a great Australian company with a reputation for providing high-quality education to 70,000 students around the world. Navitas partners with Australian universities to provide a range of programs and helps students to meet their educational goals and aspirations.
Navitas’s membership of IHEA brings 12 registered and accredited independent higher education providers and more than 26,000 Australian domestic and international students into the IHEA portfolio.
In May 2018, Minister Birmingham recognised IHEA membership as a badge of quality. IHEA members are committed to providing students with lifelong opportunities and career success. Navitas shares this passion and is welcomed to IHEA’s growing membership.
IHEA was established in 2001 and is unique in the higher education sector as a peak body solely representing independent higher education providers. Members are located across Australia and include independent universities, colleges and professional associations, teaching disciplines including law, engineering, agricultural science, business, education, health sciences, theology, design, photography and hospitality management. Ten percent of Australian higher education students are enrolled at an independent provider, the equivalent to four public universities or over 130,000 students.
Navitas pioneered the first university pathway programs and now has trusted partnerships with more than 30 leading universities in seven countries, supporting their strategic goals and international ambitions. It also directly delivers accredited programs through two of its independent higher education providers, SAE Creative Media and the Australia Institute of Applied Psychology and has a track record in delivering skills programs for hundreds of thousands of learners on behalf of Federal and State Governments. Navitas leads the way in developing the skills required by governments and industry and is investing in the next generation of work-ready graduates through its colleges, teachers and technology.
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