HIGHER EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA —
DATA AND STATISTICAL INTELLIGENCE

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Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence

A BOUT THE R EPORT
Higher Education in Australia — Data...
Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence

L IST OF F IGURES
Figure 1: Higher Education Students i...
Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence

Figure 13: Undergraduate Students in Australia — Public...
Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence

Figure 26: Vocational and Technical Education Students ...
Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence

E XECUTIVE S UMMARY
There are approximately 1.1 million...
Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence

education in Australia is by part–time students, majori...
Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence

S AMPLE H IGHER
A USTRALIA

EDUCATION

S TATISTICS

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Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence

Figure 3: Undergraduate Students in Australia — Public ...
Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence

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Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence provides all the relevant statistics and insights on higher education in Australia. The report discusses the distribution of higher education institutions, students and teaching staff across the country, in form of easy–to–understand charts. It further breaks down the statistics in terms of government and private higher education institutions.

The report is ideal for organizations and investors, who are planning to enter, expand, or invest in Australia’s higher education sector. It is also suited for ancillary products and services providers, who want to gauge their market potential. Further, it provides ready to use charts for consultants and marketing executives, who are time-crunched to conduct an in–house research.

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  1. 1. HIGHER EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA — DATA AND STATISTICAL INTELLIGENCE Indalytics Advisors | www.indalytics.com
  2. 2. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence A BOUT THE R EPORT Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence provides all the relevant statistics and insights on higher education in Australia. The report discusses the distribution of higher education institutions, students and teaching staff across the country, in form of easy–to–understand charts. It further breaks down the statistics in terms of government and private higher education institutions. The report is ideal for organizations and investors, who are planning to enter, expand, or invest in Australia’s higher education sector. It is also suited for ancillary products and services providers, who want to gauge their market potential. Further, it provides ready to use charts for consultants and marketing executives, who are time-crunched to conduct an in–house research. In case you are looking for some specific sub–sector in the Australia’s higher education, and want us to conduct an in–depth study, then please feel free to write to us at info@indalytics.com. © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 1
  3. 3. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence L IST OF F IGURES Figure 1: Higher Education Students in Australia — Government and Private Figure 2: Higher Education Students in Australia — Indigenous and Other Students Figure 3: Higher Education Students in Australia — Males and Females Figure 4: Male and Female Students in Australia — Public and Private Universities and Institutions Figure 5: Higher Education Students in Australia — Domestic and Overseas Students Figure 6: Domestic and Overseas Students in Australia — Public and Private Universities and Institutions Figure 7: Higher Education Students in Australia — Full–time and Part–time students Figure 8: Higher Education Students in Australia — Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses Figure 9: Undergraduate Students in Australia — By Level of Education Figure 10: Postgraduate Students in Australia — By Level of Education Figure 11: Undergraduate Students in Australia — Public and Private Universities and Institutions Figure 12: Postgraduate Students in Australia — Public and Private Universities and Institutions © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 2
  4. 4. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence Figure 13: Undergraduate Students in Australia — Public and Private Universities and Institutions — By Courses Figure 14: Postgraduate Students in Australia — Public and Private Universities and Institutions — By Courses Figure 15: Students in Public and Private Universities and Institutions — By Fields of Education Figure 16: Higher Education Students in Australia — Across States Figure 17: Students in Public and Private Universities and Institutions — Across States Figure 18: Public Universities and Institutions in Australia Figure 19: Private Universities and Institutions in Australia Figure 20: Vocational and Technical Education Students in Australia — Across States Figure 21: Vocational and Technical Education Students in Australia — Males and Females Figure 22: Vocational and Technical Education Students in Australia — Indigenous and Other Students Figure 23: Vocational and Technical Education Students in Australia — Full–time and Part–time Students Figure 24: Vocational and Technical Education Students in Australia — Students by Age Groups Figure 25: Vocational and Technical Education Students in Australia — AQF and Non–AQF Qualification Courses © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 3
  5. 5. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence Figure 26: Vocational and Technical Education Students in Australia — Breakup of AQF and Non–AQF Qualification Courses Figure 27: Vocational and Technical Education Students in Australia — Segregated by Fields of Education Figure 28: Vocational and Technical Education Students in Australia — Segregated by Industry Skills Councils Figure 29: People in Australia Enrolled in Formal Studies — By States — 15–64 Years Figure 30: People in Australia Enrolled in Formal Studies — Males and Females — 15–64 Years Figure 31: People in Australia Enrolled in Formal Studies — Domestic and Overseas Students — 15–64 Years Figure 32: People in Australia Enrolled in Formal Studies — By Age Groups — 15–64 Years © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 4
  6. 6. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence E XECUTIVE S UMMARY There are approximately 1.1 million students in Australia, enrolled in higher education. Approximately 56% of the higher education students are females, and 44% are males. Further, approximately one–fourth of the total students are overseas students, who are pursuing various courses. Almost all of the students are enrolled in public universities and higher education institutions, with a negligible percentage enrolled in private ones. Approximately three–fourths of the higher education students in Australia are enrolled in undergraduate courses, with majority of them going for Bachelor’s (Pass) Degree. For postgraduate students, master’s degree in various courses is the most opted for, followed by a doctorate in research. In private universities and higher education institutions, majority of the enrollment is for diplomas and other postgraduate courses. Management and Commerce is the most preferred subject in public universities and higher education institutions, while Society and Culture is the most preferred in private ones. New South Wales and Victoria together constitute more than 50% of all the higher education enrollment. New South Wales also has maximum number of both public and private universities, and higher education institutions. New South Wales and Victoria together constitute more than 60% of the vocational education enrollment. More than 80% of the vocational © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 5
  7. 7. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence education in Australia is by part–time students, majority of which are in the age group 25 – 44 years. Majority of the students take vocational education courses, approved by the Australian Qualifications Framework. Management, Commerce and Engineering are the most preferred fields, and Business, Community Service and Health are the most preferred industry skills in Australia’s vocational education. © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 6
  8. 8. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence S AMPLE H IGHER A USTRALIA EDUCATION S TATISTICS IN Figure 1: Higher Education Students in Australia — Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses Total Students = XXX Non-award Courses Enabling Courses Undergraduate Courses Postgraduate Courses Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics; Indalytics Advisors Figure 2: Public Universities and Institutions in Australia Western Australia Victoria Multi-State * Tasmania Australian Capital Territory South Australia New South Wales Queensland Northern Territory Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics; Indalytics Advisors © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 7
  9. 9. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence Figure 3: Undergraduate Students in Australia — Public and Private Universities and Institutions — By Courses Total Students = XXX Advanced Diploma (AQF) Associate Degree Bachelor's Graduate Entry Bachelor's Honours Bachelor's Pass Diploma (AQF) Other undergraduate award courses Total Public Universities and Institutions Private Universities and Institutions Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics; Indalytics Advisors © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 8
  10. 10. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence D ISCLAIMER No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publisher, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited. The information contained in this report is of a general nature and is not intended to address any particular individual or entity’s circumstances. Although proper care has been taken to provide accurate and timely information, there can be no guarantee that such information is accurate as of the date it is received or that it will continue to be accurate in the future. The publisher should not be held liable for any discrepancy in the information. No one should act upon such information without appropriate professional advice after a thorough examination of the particular situation. Publication Volume: DST-14-HE–01 Publication Date – January 2014 © 2014 Indalytics Advisors Private Limited For further information, info@indalytics.com © Indalytics Advisors l please contact www.indalytics.com l 9
  11. 11. Higher Education in Australia — Data and Statistical Intelligence N OTES © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 10

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