2016 August Single Data Return: Student Achievement Component and Youth Guarantee

2016 August Single Data Return: Student Achievement Component and Youth Guarantee

Last updated 30 November 2016
Last updated 11/30/2016

This page reports on enrolments and funding for tertiary education organisations that receive Student Achievement Component funding and Youth Guarantee funding.

We publish Student Achievement Component (SAC) and Youth Guarantee (YG) data three times a year.

Our data is based on data that tertiary education organisations (TEOs) submit to us via the Single Data Return (SDR). The data relates to equivalent full-time students (EFTS) funded through the SAC and YG funds.

What the spreadsheet shows

The spreadsheet below shows:

  • the number of EFTS enrolled as at April and August 2015 and 2016
  • the total number of EFTS delivered in 2015
  • the funding value of those EFTS
  • the number of EFTS estimated to match the funding allocated to the TEO (EFTS commitment)
  • the funding allocated to the TEO (allocation)
  • a comparison between delivery and commitment/allocation.

Technical notes about the spreadsheet:

  • The spreadsheet contains hidden data. We have included a print button to ensure only the data visible on the screen is printed.
  • Click on the plus button to view provider-level data in the spreadsheet. 

SAC and YG enrolments and funding SDR data for August-April 2016 (Excel, 3.15Mb)

A summary of data at a glance

Student Achievement Component

SAC level 3 and above EFTS delivery versus commitment

Overall, EFTS delivery versus EFTS commitment increased from 79.4% in April to 93.9% in August in 2016.

The percentages for each subsector are:

  • university subsector was at 98.0% of its 2016 commitment
  • institutes of technology and polytechnics (ITP) subsector was at 90.0% of its 2016 commitment
  • wānanga subsector was at 90.7% of its 2016 commitment
  • private training establishments (PTE) subsector was at 85.0% of its 2016 commitment.

SAC levels 1 and 2 planned EFTS delivery versus commitment

Overall, EFTS delivery versus EFTS commitment increased from 49.4% in April to 76.0% in August in 2016.

The percentages for each subsector are:

  • university subsector was at 87.5% of its 2016 commitment
  • ITP subsector was at 73.8% of its 2016 commitment
  • wānanga subsector was at 76.8% of its commitment
  • PTE subsector was at 87.0% of its commitment. 

SAC levels 1 and 2 Competitive EFTS delivery versus commitment

Overall, EFTS delivery versus EFTS commitment increased from 69.9% in April to 87.0% in August in 2016.

The percentages for each subsector are:

  • ITP subsector was at 81.7% of its 2016 commitment
  • wānanga subsector was at 104.8% of its 2016 commitment
  • PTE subsector was at 62.5% of its 2016 commitment. 

Youth Guarantee

Youth Guarantee EFTS delivery versus commitment

Overall, EFTS delivery versus EFTS commitment increased from 56.8% in April to 78.3% in August 2016.

The percentages for each subsector are:

  • ITP subsector was at 92.4% of its 2016 commitment
  • wānanga subsector was at 88.4% of its 2016 commitment
  • PTE subsector was at 72.0% of its 2016 commitment.