Educational performance at individual tertiary providers

  • Use the drop down boxes to view information about individual tertiary providers.

This information provides a snapshot of selected performance indicators and does not give a comprehensive picture of an organisation’s overall performance.

The information published here is based only on tertiary education funded by the three Student Achievement Component funds – SAC Level 3 and above, SAC Levels 1 and 2 (competitive) and SAC Levels 1 and 2 (non-competitive) – and the Industry Training Fund. You may want to look at a number of other information sources before making a decision about tertiary education.

Also available is the educational performance information of individual tertiary organisations for the Youth Guarantee programme.

Please note the effects of the Canterbury earthquakes may have had an impact on student performance for Canterbury based TEOs.

More details about what each of the indicators show are also available.

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2014 educational performance for individual tertiary providers

A summary of 2014 performance information for the Student Achievement Component Fund (SAC) and for Youth Guarantee (YG) for individual tertiary providers, broken down by grouped qualification register level, Tertiary Education Strategy priority groups of Māori and Pasifika students, and students under 25 is also available in Excel format:

Where to go for additional information

New Zealand Qualifications Authority and the Academic Quality Agency for New Zealand Universities (AQA) undertake external reviews of the quality of tertiary providers and publish review reports on their websites.


Note about EFTS

Where an organisation is funded for fewer than five Equivalent Full Time Students (EFTS), there is no individual data available for them. This is to ensure individual students cannot be identified.

Where an organisation has fewer than 30 EFTS at a level of study, no information will be available for that level of study. This is to ensure statistically robust sample sizes that allow for comparison.