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  1. AUIDF Briefing Alan Olsen www.spre.com.au 14 March 2012

  2. AUIDF Benchmarking 2011 in 2012

  3. Timetable/Deadlines • One university declined • Real, final deadline Friday 9 March • Wednesday 14 March 6 of 37 outstanding • Friday 16 March???

  4. Staffing of Mobility • Keep in benchmarking (not mobility) alongside staffing of marketing, enquiries, admissions, compliance, student services • Second question on all types


  5. Applicants and Applications • Benchmarking is of applicants • But a lot of multiple applications • Whip around of universities on applications to applicants? • Overall ratio, median, your university

  6. International Data Collection Project

  7. INTERNATIONAL DATA COLLECTION PROJECT Collections 1 and 2 2011

  8. Australia 2011 Period 1 1 January to 31 March 2011

  9. Australia 2011 Period 1 1 January to 31 March 2011

  10. Australia 2011 Period 1 1 January to 31 March 2011

  11. SOURCE REGIONS Collections 1 and 2 2011

  12. Source Regions Period 1 1 January to 31 March 2011

  13. Source Regions Period 2 1 April to 31 August 2011

  14. Source Regions Period 1 1 January to 31 March 2011

  15. Source Regions Period 2 1 April to 31 August 2011

  16. TOP SOURCE COUNTRIESOnshore Collections 1 and 2 2011

  17. Top Source CountriesOnshore Commencements – Period 1 • 1 China 20,357 • 2 Malaysia 3,867 • 3 US 3,663 • 4 Vietnam 2,313 • 5 Singapore 2,241 • 6 India 2,230 • 7 Hong Kong 2,140 • 8 Korea (South) 2,006 • 9 Indonesia 1,887 • 10 Canada 1,453 • 11 Saudi Arabia 1,338 • 12 Germany 1,106 • 13 Nepal 976 • 14 Thailand 801 • 15 Taiwan 722

  18. Top Source CountriesOnshore Commencements – Period 2 • 1 China 13,871 • 2 US 2,270 • 3 India 1,934 • 4 Vietnam 1,542 • 5 Malaysia 1,402 • 6 Singapore 1,288 • 7 Indonesia 1,247 • 8 Germany 1,014 • 9 Korea (South) 982 • 10 Hong Kong 975 • 11 Saudi Arabia 875 • 12 Norway 867 • 13 Nepal 784 • 14 UK 636 • 15 Thailand 610

  19. Top Source CountriesOnshore Commencements Period 1 and 2 • 1 China 34,228 • 2 US 5,933 • 3 Malaysia 5,269 • 4 India 4,164 • 5 Vietnam 3,855 • 6 Singapore 3,529 • 7 Indonesia 3,134 • 8 Hong Kong 3,115 • 9 Korea (South) 2,988 • 10 Saudi Arabia 2,213 • 11 Germany 2,120 • 12 Nepal 1,760 • 13 Norway 1,533 • 14 Thailand 1,411 • 15 UK 1,276

  20. Commencements • Beginning with our reporting of the third collection for 2011, we will provide year to date data on commencements

  21. Timing • Still waiting for 12 of 18 universities who will report third collection • Census date 31 March, we expect these 12 returns in April, we will report in April • Confirms decision on three collections, otherwise we are waiting until April 2012 for August 2011 figures

  22. Data Collection Melbourne Proposal • Paper from Melbourne • “massive request to restructure a project that we are all still coming to terms with”

  23. Proposals • Provide the entire XL spreadsheet of data from all universities, de-identified • Split commencements and enrolments by level • Include all source countries • Individual reports for universities should be done away with

  24. Mobility 2011 in 2012

  25. Mobility 2011 in 2012 • Questionnaire 7 June • Deadline Friday 27 July • Real, final deadline Friday 3 August • Reports 31 August

  26. Mobility Issues • Funding options • Funding used • EU • Socio-economic

  27. Mobility Funding Options • University funding • Australian government program • Access to OS HELP • Private funding: From private organisations or foundations in Australia, excluding self- funding • Funds from overseas government or foundation

  28. Mobility Funding Options • Across 37 universities in 2010, 61% of international study experiences had funding support from the university, and 21% accessed OS HELP

  29. Mobility Funding Options University Funds (only) OS HELP (only) Australian government program (only) Combination of University Funds and OS HELP Combination of University Funds and Australian government program Combination of OS HELP and Australian government program Three way combination of University Funds and OS HELP and Australian government program

  30. Mobility Funding Options Private funds (only) Combination of private funds and university funds Combination of private funds and OS HELP Three way combination of private funds and university funds and OS HELP Funds from Overseas Government or Foundation (only) Combination of funds from Overseas Government or Foundation and OS HELP Other combinations (please specify)

  31. Mobility Funding Used • Consistently ask how much funding was used in 2011 (instead of sometimes asking how much funding was available)

  32. European Union • Creating an EU sub-total within Europe • We have at our fingertips the number of Australian students who undertake international study experiences in EU nations • For Australia/EU dialogues

  33. Socio-economic Status

  34. Socio-economic Status

  35. Socio-economic Status • In twelve universities, one third of students undertaking international study experiences were from the bottom 50% of postcodes  • Across 37 universities, 61% of international study experiences had funding support from the university, and 21% accessed OS HELP

  36. AEI Requests • No data on outbound mobility • Evans: “the preference for Australian students has been to go to Europe and the Americas”

  37. AEI Requests • In 2010, Asia was the second most popular destination after Europe, ahead of the Americas • 37.4% to Europe: 8.1% to UK • 31.8% to Asia: 9.8% to China, 3.8% to Japan, 3.0% to Malaysia and 2.8% to India • 24.3% to Americas: 15.8% to US

  38. AEI Requests • Historical mobility figures • Suggestion to include data by type of experience and field of study for US and China • Request for more info on scholarships

  39. Current Practice • AIEC presentation in October • Directors agree to release • Absolute rule that nobody sees any individual institutions responses

  40. Historical Mobility Figures • Aggregate data from 2007, 2009, 2010 to AEI, if Directors agree • Nobody sees any individual institutions’ responses

  41. US and China • Country level views of Table 3 for two exemplar countries (US and China) • Analysis by field of education and type of international study experience • Currently one global analysis, request for US and China in addition to global

  42. Scholarships • Agenda for 2013

  43. Fee • AEI/AUIDF fee relationship • Something that is free has no value

  44. Modelling

  45. Higher Education Enrolments • 2011: 242,351 (up 0.068%) • 2010: 242,186 • 2009: 225,719

  46. Higher Education Commencements • 2011: 96,526 (down 4.6%, including down 2.5% in 1/2011 and down 7.9% in 2/2011) • 2010: 101,167 • 2009: 101,294

  47. Modelling: Higher Education • Assumption: commencements in 2012 will be 20% lower than in 2011 • Growth 5% per year from 2013 • Everything else is a model of international commencements and enrolments

  48. Modelling: Higher Education • 2011 is like 2010 • 2012 looks like 2009 • Bottom out in 2013, looks like 2008 • Slow recovery to 2011 level by 2018

  49. Modelling: Higher Education