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Update on:2010 Registrations to date 2010 Applications to date 2009 Graduations . 19 January 2010 Prof George Subotzky Executive Director: Information & Strategic Analysis. Acknowledgements.

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Update on:2010 Registrations to date2010 Applications to date2009 Graduations

19 January 2010

Prof George Subotzky

Executive Director: Information & Strategic Analysis


Acknowledgements

The following staff members of DISA provided valuable help and support in preparing the background information and presentation:

  • Herman Visser

  • Hanlie Liebenberg

  • Lerato Tladi

  • Yuraisha Chetty

  • Esme Wiid

  • Herbert Zemann

  • RefiloeSefadi

  • ElsabeScheepers


Background

  • Drawing reliable conclusions from early registration trends is tricky

  • Nonetheless, 2010 trends are noteworthy:

    • To date, over 105 000 students have registered (formal only – with a further 111 000 temporary registrations in process and to be processed)

    • While comparisons with previous years are not straightforward, early indications point to increased enrolments over 2009 and even 2008

  • In addition, first glimpses of 2010 applications and 2009 graduation ceremony analysis are provided


Cumulative Registrations by Day,2008-10


Weekly Totals, 2008-10


Provisional and HEMIS Enrolments, 2004-10


2010 Applicationsto date

Registered but not processed

Not registered but will

Not registered but will not


2009 Graduations Ceremonies by College


2009 Graduation Ceremonies by Qualification Level


Key Trends

  • 2010 provisional enrolments to date suggest increases over 2009 and 2008

  • If so, this has important implications for Unisa’s admissions policy and enrolment planning

  • Just under 100 000 applicants were received for 2010. Of these, 13% have already registered, 10% have been temporarily registered and the remaining 75% have either a) registered but whose forms have not been processed at all; b) not yet registered but intend to; c) not registered and do not intend to

  • In future, the applications process will be monitored more closely, focusing on the take-up rate and the reasons for this

  • During the 2009 graduation ceremonies, a total of 21 550 students graduated – up from 17 346 in 2008. (Note: this is a “ceremony view”, not an “academic year view”)

  • Increases were evident among all colleges, especially CEMS and CHS, and UG certificates and diplomas. A substantial drop in Masters graduates was evident


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