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    • Meet some of our people

      Modified 14 September 2020

      The Tertiary Education Commission is governed by a Board of Commissioners and led by an Executive Leadership Team.

    • Customer Contact Group

      Modified 7 December 2021

      The Customer Contact Group is the main point of contact for learners, , other government agencies and the general public who contact the Tertiary Education Commission (the TEC).

    • Relationship Managers

      Modified 3 May 2021

      Our Relationship Managers are our key leads to build and sustain effective relationships with tertiary education organisations (TEO’s) and regional stakeholders. They engage and collaborate to provide quality investment and career information to ensure that providers and all New Zealanders are best equipped with the knowledge and skills they need for lifelong success.

    • What we do

      Modified 9 February 2021

      We are stewards of the tertiary education and careers system.

    • Our statutory functions and legal framework

      Modified 31 May 2021

      The Tertiary Education Commission (the TEC) is a Crown entity established under section 159C of the Education Act 1989 and continued under section 401 of the Education and Training Act 2020.

    • Funding and performance

      Modified 3 March 2017

      We invest in a wide range of tertiary education organisations and work closely with them to ensure that they deliver the best possible outcomes for New Zealanders. As well as providing insight into educational performance, this section includes information and resources for tertiary education organisations, including details about each of our funds.

    • Information for tertiary education institutions

      Modified 8 November 2016

      Tertiary education institutions (TEIs) comprise universities, institutes of technology and polytechnics, and wānanga. This section contains information for TEIs about governance (TEI councils), borrowing and investments, financial monitoring, seismic risk and capital asset management.


    • How TEIs can borrow funds

      Modified 16 February 2021

      This page sets out the processes and approvals required for to borrow or raise money.

    • Providing information and advice

      Modified 22 November 2021

      We provide information and advice to the Government and the Minister of Education. We also provide information and advice to , other government agencies and external stakeholders.

    • Eligibility

      Modified 8 April 2019

      This page sets out the eligibility criteria for TEOs, programmes and learners for the Intensive Literacy and Numeracy (ILN) Fund.