TEQSA Higher Education Consultants
Since 2011, Higher Education Consultants and Advisors ...
For the past decade, Darlo Higher Education has weathered all the best and worst of private higher education industry. As market leaders, Darlo created an entire private higher education market in Australia, and enabled countless new higher education providers to enter the market. With decades of knowledge on compliance and regulation, and having unique insights into TEQSA regulation, as well as having former staff work at all levels of government and private enterprise in higher education, Darlo Higher Education has developed new frontiers and opportunities for private higher education providers.
If you are looking for private higher education registration advice, planning to establish your organisation as a university or private higher education provider, and want expertise that is earned by working with the largest private higher education providers in the world.
Darlo Higher Education created a suite of orientation lessons for all of the University of Melbourne’s new students. Delivered online.
Darlo Higher Education was instrumental in helping with a large digital transformation for Western Sydney University, a project involving over 200 courses.
Darlo Higher Education developed an innovative, and highly profitable online course (MBA Executive Leadership) for CQUniversity.
Our main services are to help new entrants looking to gain higher education registration. Our team helps you navigate the complex and challenging components of higher education registration with government agencies including TEQSA, Australia’s Higher Education Regulatory, as well as Accreditation Agencies in the United States.
Higher Education Applications
New Higher Education Registrations
Higher Education Regulation and Compliance
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