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Urgent Notice
Friday, December 14, 2018

Urgent Notice

The HEQCIS year-end arrangements are as follows:

Office Closure
Thursday, December 13, 2018

The Council on Higher Education wishes to inform all stakeholders that the CHE office will be closed for the festive

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Background and How to Participate

Higher Education Quality Committee Information System (HEQCIS)

The HEQCIS is a CHE information system that stores information about the qualifications that private higher education institutions may offer, and the learner enrolments and achievements against them.

The HEQCIS in turn serves as a tool to populate the National Learners' Records Database (NLRD) held and maintained by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). The CHE is required to submit this information to the NLRD for all higher education institutions.

Contact:  heqcis@che.ac.za or 012 431 5036

 

JOINT COMMUNIQUE: SAQA ID NUMBERS AND RE-REGISTRATION PERIODS

Clarity on FTEs

 

There are three steps to the HEQCIS data collection process

Follow these easy steps to comply. It will take you more or less 3 months to complete the full process. It is difficult to determine beforehand precisely how long each individual step will take. Therefore the indicated timeframe (in brackets) should be taken as an estimation that may be shorter or longer depending on your specific case. You can download the documentation required per step beforehand to speed up the process.

After each step we will give you feedback before you continue to the next step.

For any enquires, email: heqcis@che.ac.za

 

PLEASE NOTE:

New version of Edu.Dex must be installed: Edu.Dex version 2.15

 

 

COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATION (CHE)

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CONTACT

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National Fraud Helpline: 0800 701 701