The Graduate Research School delivers the Sydney College of Divinity Higher Degree by Research (HDR) awards. The Sydney College of Divinity was incorporated on 15 September 1983, and officially established by the Articles of Association of 1984. The College was approved by the Commonwealth Government as a Higher Education Provider on 26 November 2004, and granted Self-Accrediting Authority on 22 June 2016.
The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) is the national regulator of higher education in Australia. TEQSA registers higher education providers and monitors quality and standards, to ensure that students receive a quality education. TEQSA evaluates the performance of higher education providers against the Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards) 2015.
The Sydney College of Divinity is accredited by TEQSA as a Higher Education Provider on the National Register of Higher Education.
The Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) is the official Australian Government website which lists all Australian education providers that offer courses to students studying in Australia on student visas. CRICOS also lists the courses registered for delivery to international students offered by each provider. The Sydney College of Divinity CRICOS Registration Code 02948J offers four postgraduate research degrees registered with CRICOS. Only CRICOS registered institutions can offer courses to international students in Australia legally.
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