Educational performance indicator reports - current methodology

Educational performance indicator reports - current methodology

Last updated 5 July 2024
Last updated 5 July 2024

We publish information on the performance of tertiary education organisations (TEOs) based on agreed educational performance indicators (EPIs). Our EPI reports are designed to help TEOs manage and monitor their own performance and to deliver on their agreed tertiary education services.

This page relates to EPI reports using the current methodology. You can also view the EPI reports for individual TEOs using our previous methodology.

The information in these EPI reports includes learners reported through the Single Data Return (SDR) (including international full-fee paying students) and learners reported through the Industry Training Register (ITR).

Note that external factors, such as the Canterbury earthquakes or COVID-19, may have negative impacts on an organisations ability to deliver courses and enrolment numbers, which may in turn affect educational performance. The full impact on EPIs will not be evident for several years when cohort-based EPIs, particularly qualification completion, are confirmed.

More detail about what each of the indicators show is also available on our Educational performance indicators for TEOs page.

Viewing the reports

Use the dropdown boxes below to look up the EPI report for each TEO. 

Reports are available for TEOs arranging industry training from 2016 to 2023.

For other TEOs reporting through the SDR, reports are for previous years’ performance (2015 to 2017) only. See the interactive charts section below for more on 2023 EPIs reported through the SDR.

Select an organisation and year

Interactive charts

For universities, Te Pūkenga, wānanga and private training establishments, EPIs using the current methodology can be viewed through interactive charts. You can decide what data to view and how to display it.

Note: The EPI report data for TEOs arranging industry training is currently unavailable to view as interactive charts.

Where to go for additional information

The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) 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.