Educational performance indicator reports - current methodology

Educational performance indicator reports - current methodology

Last updated 11 July 2019
Last updated 11 July 2019

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.

For universities, institutes of technology and polytechnic, wānanga and private training establishments the reports are available for 2015 to 2017. For industry training organisations the reports are available for 2016 to 2017.

The information in these EPI reports includes learners we have funded as well as learners who have been funded through other sources, for example, international students.

Note that the effects of the Canterbury earthquakes may have had an impact on student performance for Canterbury-based TEOs.

More detail about what each of the indicators show is also available.

Viewing the reports

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

Please note that for all providers except Industry Training Organisations the reports are for previous years’ performance (2015 to 2017). See the interactive charts below for more on 2018 EPIs.  

Select an organisation and year

Select a year

Interactive charts

For universities, institutes of technology and polytechnic, 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 data from industry training organisations’ EPI reports is currently unavailable to view as interactive charts.

Where to go for additional information

The 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.

Small numbers

Where there are less than 10 learners reported in a TEO's report the figure has been suppressed and replaced with an asterisk along with any total that could be used to derived the suppressed figure.