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Higher Education Provider Approval (No. 4 of 2007)

Authoritative Version
No. 4 of 2007 Approvals as made
This instrument gives approval and notice of approval that Educational Enterprises Australia Pty Ltd is a Higher Education Provider.
Administered by: Education, Skills and Employment
General Comments: This instrument commences on the day after the last day on which a House of Parliament could have passed a resolution disallowing the notice of approval (see s 16-55 of the Higher Education Support Act 2003).
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 33
Registered 20 Mar 2007
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR21-Mar-2007
Tabled Senate22-Mar-2007

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT

 

Instrument of approval pursuant to subsection 16-50(1)

of the Higher Education Support Act 2003

 

Higher Education Provider Approval (No. 4 of 2007)

 

Issued by the authority of the Minister for Education, Science and Training

 

Subject:         Higher Education Support Act 2003

Higher Education Provider Approval pursuant to subsection 16-50(1) of the Higher Education Support Act 2003   

 

 

Subsection 16-50(1) of the Higher Education Support Act 2003 (‘the HESA’) provides that the Minister must decide an application for approval as a higher education provider, and must cause the applicant to be notified in writing regarding whether or not the applicant is approved as a higher education provider.

 

The instrument of approval is made pursuant to subsection 16-50(1) of the HESA.  The instrument approves and gives notice of approval of Educational Enterprises Australia Pty Ltd as a higher education provider.

 

Consultation was not undertaken and was not considered necessary in this case because the instrument confers a benefit on Educational Enterprises Australia Pty Ltd and Educational Enterprises Australia Pty Ltd is the only body affected by the instrument.  This instrument will not have a direct or substantial indirect effect on business, nor will it restrict competition.

 

Commencement

 

In accordance with section 16-55 of the HESA and subsection 12(3) of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003, the approval takes effect on the day after the last day on which a House of Parliament could have passed a resolution disallowing the notice.