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UKZN Resource Allocation Model Presentation to Senate 4 th April 2007. Glen Barnes Director, Management Information, UKZN. Introduction. Revised budgeting process The need to have an objective-based allocation of resources To move away from an ‘inherited’ allocation framework

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UKZN Resource Allocation ModelPresentation to Senate 4th April 2007

Glen Barnes

Director, Management Information, UKZN

introduction
Introduction
  • Revised budgeting process
    • The need to have an objective-based allocation of resources
    • To move away from an ‘inherited’ allocation framework
    • Result of the BWG over the last 4-5 months
components of the model
Components of the model
  • Detailed areas of income
  • Allocations across sectors
    • Strategic, Contractual, College, Support
  • Allocations within sectors
    • Strategic initiatives, Contractual obligations, Faculty data & drivers, Benchmarking & best practice
  • Migration & implementation
    • Not for 2007, towards a 3-5 year budget plan
sector allocations
Sector allocations
  • Strategic sector
  • Contractual sector
    • Actual amounts identified to cover strategic initiatives & contractual obligations …
sector allocations1
Sector allocations …
  • College sector
    • Faculty data & drivers …
  • Support sector
    • Process of benchmarking & better practice …
migration implementation
Migration & implementation
  • College sector
    • Align college proportions within the sector
    • Migration over 3 years
  • Support sector
    • Revisit the ‘contractual’ obligations within portfolios
    • Align the portfolio proportions within the sector
  • Incorporate into the 3 to 5 year budget plan
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Enrolment Planning 2008-2010Presentation to Senate 4th April 2007

Glen Barnes

Director, Management Information, UKZN

introduction1
Introduction
  • Response by the DoE on UKZN enrolment plan and funding for 2007 to 2010
  • Main points from the DoE, implications ...
    • Enrolment numbers & FTEs
    • Major fields of study & Qualification types
    • Student success rates
    • Graduates
student enrolments subsidised
Student enrolments - subsidised
  • Headcount enrolments to increase from 40700 (2005) to a maximum of 42500 (2010)
  • To-date subsidised enrolments are 33400, a total of 37681 projected for 2007
  • An increase of 4% each year to reach the DoE maximum of 42500 by 2010
student enrolments total
Student enrolments - total
  • Headcount enrolments to increase from 40000 (2007 projected) to 44800 (2010)
  • Slight drop in non-subsidised enrolments from 2338 (2006) to 2310 (2007 to 2010)
  • NB: 4% increase per year from 2007 to 2010
major fields of study
Major fields of study
  • By 2010 …
    • 30% SET
    • 26% Business & Management
    • 44% Humanities & Education
      • At least 9% Education
  • Currently (2006) …
    • 30.0% SET
    • 25.4% B&M
    • 44.6% H&E
      • 30.9% Humanities
      • 13.7% Education
qualification types
Qualification types
  • By 2010 …
    • 10% in undergraduate diplomas ??
    • 62% in undergraduate degrees (72% total UG)
    • 14% in postgraduate below Masters
    • At least 14% in Masters & Doctoral (28% total PG)
  • Currently (2006) …
    • 7.6% in undergraduate diplomas
    • 64.1% in undergraduate degrees (71.7% total UG)
    • 12.7% in postgraduate below Masters
    • 14.2% in Masters & Doctoral (26.9% total PG)
    • (1.4% occasional students)
full time equivalents ftes
Full-time Equivalents (FTEs)
  • By 2010 …
    • 33100 FTEs
    • HC:FTE ratio of 0.779
  • Currently (2006) …
    • 29354 FTEs
    • HC:FTE ratio of 0.813
      • 2005 ratio was 0.792
student success rate
Student success rate
  • The percentage of passed FTEs relative to enrolled FTEs for subsidized qualifications
  • By 2010 …
    • 78% for both contact & distance
  • Currently (being finalized) …
    • 2005 was 72.90% and reflects a decrease from 76.29% in 2003
graduates
Graduates
  • By 2010 …
    • Increase from 20% (2005) to 22% (2010) ?
    • At least 9400 subsidised graduates
    • 22.12% of total headcounts
  • Currently …
    • 2005 was 22.2% and is retained in the plan to give 9435 graduates in 2010
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Finalize discrepancies in the document
  • Engage with the Deans on adjustments according to the guidelines
  • Advise the budgeting process and 3-5 year budget plan
    • Subsidy income projections
    • Student fee income projections