FASEA just greenlit clear education pathways 

Alex Burke,  Senior Writer,  No More Practice Education

FASEA has announced approval of its first round of graduate diplomas and bridging courses after applications from certain higher education providers.

The standards body said these courses and diplomas are aligned with its required curriculum. FASEA chief executive Stephen Glenfield explained: "The release of the approved list of Bridging Courses and Graduate Diplomas gives advisers a clear pathway to meet the education standard by 1 January 2024."

FASEA also said it will continue assessing further applications from higher education providers to determine if they "meet FASEA’s education standard."

You can view the full list of approved courses and diplomas here, but these are the ones that were recently approved:

  • Australian Catholic University: current graduate diploma, historical graduate diploma
  • Central Queensland University: current graduate diploma and bridging course
  • Charles Sturt University: current graduate diploma and historical graduate diploma
  • Deakin University: current graduate diploma, historical graduate diploma and bridging course
  • Griffith University: current graduate diploma, historical graduate diploma and bridging course
  • Kaplan Higher Education: current graduate diploma, historical graduate diploma and bridging course
  • Queensland University of Technology: current graduate diploma
  • Swinburne University: current graduate diploma and bridging course
  • TAFE NSW Higher Education: current graduate diploma and bridging course
  • University of Newcastle: bridging course
  • University of New England: current graduate diploma, historical graduate diploma and bridging course
  • University of South Australia: current graduate diploma and bridging course
  • University of Sunshine Coast: historical graduate diploma
  • University of Technology Sydney: current graduate diploma and bridging course
  • Western Sydney University: current graduate diploma, historical graduate diploma and bridging course

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