Rotorua Central Community of Learning - Progression to Tertiary

Institution Type

The tertiary education sector is a diverse sector. Its scope ranges from informal non-assessed community courses in schools through to formal undergraduate degrees and advanced research-based postgraduate degrees.

Progression to tertiary education is a measure of the level of tertiary education a student is enrolled in one, two or three years after leaving school.

School leavers are identified from the Ministry of Education’s ENROL system, while tertiary enrolment information is sourced from the tertiary databases SDR and ITR.

Identical information is available by school, regional council, and territorial local authority through the Find a School and Know Your Region pages. Alternatively further information on School Leaver Destinations can be found through the indicator School Leaver Destinations.

2017 data have not been updated in these tables but National and school level data is available in Senior Student Attainment statistics.

Table 1: School leavers enrolled in tertiary education one year after leaving school (2015-2017 leaver cohorts)
Group Institution Type Year left school
2015 2016 2017
Female Universities 21 28 43
Female Polytechnics 6 1 2
Female Wananga 4 7 4
Female Private Training Establishments 16 20 22
Female Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 18 8 14
Female Industry training, including apprenticeships 2 9 7
Female Not in Tertiary Education 63 55 73
Female Total 130 128 165
Male Universities 29 36 30
Male Polytechnics 7 2 2
Male Wananga 11 5 2
Male Private Training Establishments 28 23 13
Male Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 11 10 10
Male Industry training, including apprenticeships 12 10 12
Male Not in Tertiary Education 71 88 82
Male Total 169 174 151
Māori Universities 27 35 43
Māori Polytechnics 8 3 4
Māori Wananga 14 11 6
Māori Private Training Establishments 25 31 29
Māori Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 26 15 23
Māori Industry training, including apprenticeships 10 14 13
Māori Not in Tertiary Education 102 104 110
Māori Total 212 213 228
Pacific Universities 6 4 8
Pacific Polytechnics 5 1 0
Pacific Wananga 3 2 0
Pacific Private Training Establishments 6 2 1
Pacific Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 2 2 1
Pacific Industry training, including apprenticeships 1 1 3
Pacific Not in Tertiary Education 17 15 26
Pacific Total 40 27 39
Asian Universities 7 11 11
Asian Polytechnics 1 0 0
Asian Wananga 0 0 0
Asian Private Training Establishments 4 1 2
Asian Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 0 0 0
Asian Industry training, including apprenticeships 1 0 0
Asian Not in Tertiary Education 4 6 2
Asian Total 17 18 15
MELAA Universities x x x
MELAA Polytechnics x x x
MELAA Wananga x x x
MELAA Private Training Establishments x x x
MELAA Youth Guarantee Fees Free places x x x
MELAA Industry training, including apprenticeships x x x
MELAA Not in Tertiary Education x x x
MELAA Total x x x
Other Universities x x x
Other Polytechnics x x x
Other Wananga x x x
Other Private Training Establishments x x x
Other Youth Guarantee Fees Free places x x x
Other Industry training, including apprenticeships x x x
Other Not in Tertiary Education x x x
Other Total x x x
European/Pākehā Universities 15 25 25
European/Pākehā Polytechnics 3 0 0
European/Pākehā Wananga 1 1 1
European/Pākehā Private Training Establishments 20 15 11
European/Pākehā Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 3 2 5
European/Pākehā Industry training, including apprenticeships 6 7 7
European/Pākehā Not in Tertiary Education 34 45 41
European/Pākehā Total 82 95 90
CoL Total Universities 50 64 73
CoL Total Polytechnics 13 3 4
CoL Total Wananga 15 12 6
CoL Total Private Training Establishments 44 43 35
CoL Total Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 29 18 24
CoL Total Industry training, including apprenticeships 14 19 19
CoL Total Not in Tertiary Education 134 143 155
CoL Total Total 299 302 316
Notes:
  1. ‘x’ = data has been suppressed where there are between 0 and 5 students in the denominator for a specific group, for example Asian Females Where one gender has been suppressed the corresponding gender has also been suppressed.
  2. Ethnicity is multiple response, that is, students who affiliated in more than one ethnic group have been counted in each ethnic group. Students are only counted once in the total, therefore, the ethnic groups may not sum to the total.
  3. International fee-paying students are excluded. Alternative education students are included in National totals, but, not in the school they are funded from.
Table 2: School leavers enrolled in tertiary education two years after leaving school (2014-2016 leaver cohorts)
Group Institution Type Year left school
2014 2015 2016
Female Universities 29 23 24
Female Polytechnics 7 7 4
Female Wananga 7 8 1
Female Private Training Establishments 28 14 19
Female Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 12 3 3
Female Industry training, including apprenticeships 12 5 8
Female Not in Tertiary Education 80 70 69
Female Total 175 130 128
Male Universities 27 22 30
Male Polytechnics 6 9 4
Male Wananga 4 8 2
Male Private Training Establishments 14 14 11
Male Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 4 7 0
Male Industry training, including apprenticeships 14 15 23
Male Not in Tertiary Education 68 94 104
Male Total 137 169 174
Māori Universities 24 19 29
Māori Polytechnics 8 9 4
Māori Wananga 11 16 3
Māori Private Training Establishments 23 19 21
Māori Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 13 10 3
Māori Industry training, including apprenticeships 14 10 19
Māori Not in Tertiary Education 115 129 134
Māori Total 208 212 213
Pacific Universities 4 2 2
Pacific Polytechnics 0 2 1
Pacific Wananga 0 4 0
Pacific Private Training Establishments 5 5 3
Pacific Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 2 1 0
Pacific Industry training, including apprenticeships 1 2 3
Pacific Not in Tertiary Education 10 24 18
Pacific Total 22 40 27
Asian Universities 9 8 10
Asian Polytechnics 1 1 1
Asian Wananga 0 0 0
Asian Private Training Establishments 4 4 3
Asian Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 1 0 0
Asian Industry training, including apprenticeships 2 1 0
Asian Not in Tertiary Education 5 3 4
Asian Total 22 17 18
MELAA Universities x x x
MELAA Polytechnics x x x
MELAA Wananga x x x
MELAA Private Training Establishments x x x
MELAA Youth Guarantee Fees Free places x x x
MELAA Industry training, including apprenticeships x x x
MELAA Not in Tertiary Education x x x
MELAA Total x x x
Other Universities x x x
Other Polytechnics x x x
Other Wananga x x x
Other Private Training Establishments x x x
Other Youth Guarantee Fees Free places x x x
Other Industry training, including apprenticeships x x x
Other Not in Tertiary Education x x x
Other Total x x x
European/Pākehā Universities 18 18 21
European/Pākehā Polytechnics 6 6 2
European/Pākehā Wananga 0 2 0
European/Pākehā Private Training Establishments 13 7 9
European/Pākehā Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 5 1 0
European/Pākehā Industry training, including apprenticeships 13 9 12
European/Pākehā Not in Tertiary Education 41 39 51
European/Pākehā Total 96 82 95
CoL Total Universities 56 45 54
CoL Total Polytechnics 13 16 8
CoL Total Wananga 11 16 3
CoL Total Private Training Establishments 42 28 30
CoL Total Youth Guarantee Fees Free places 16 10 3
CoL Total Industry training, including apprenticeships 26 20 31
CoL Total Not in Tertiary Education 148 164 173
CoL Total Total 312 299 302
Notes:
  1. ‘x’ = data has been suppressed where there are between 0 and 5 students in the denominator for a specific group, for example Asian Females Where one gender has been suppressed the corresponding gender has also been suppressed.
  2. Ethnicity is multiple response, that is, students who affiliated in more than one ethnic group have been counted in each ethnic group. Students are only counted once in the total, therefore, the ethnic groups may not sum to the total.
  3. International fee-paying students are excluded. Alternative education students are included in National totals, but, not in the school they are funded from.

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