A multi-campus approach of mobility and quality assurance of higher education: The synthesis of an Australian case

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Abstract

The Central Queensland University (CQU), Australia operates multiple campuses, where the students of various campuses undertake the same programs, to the same standards, utilize the same teaching and learning materials that ensure the consistency and transparency across all campuses. A case study is undertaken to recognize how the CQU have been delivering quality higher education concurrently in their multiple campuses. In association with the Campus Group Holdings (CGH), CQU established C Management Services (CMS) in 1994. Underlying the CGH’s management expertise, CMS implement the University’s academic programs in the international campuses. More recently, CQU have acquired the CMS from their partner CGH, where CMS continue to implement academic programs in the international campuses. The findings outline the innovative effort of CQU, which appears as prolific to deliver quality higher education concurrently in multiple campuses, as CQU have earned and sustained five star ratings in various aspects of higher education.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)38-48
JournalInternational Journal of Technology and Educational Marketing
Volume3
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2013

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