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Full Load Equivalent (FLE) Enrolment within the Alberta Post-Secondary Education System

Description

This statistic describes the Full Load Equivalent (FLE) by each institution and academic year within Alberta's Publicly Funded Post-Secondary Education System. FLE is a measure used so that we can make comparable calculations across different institutions, across different programs. The FLE is measured by taking the load of the learner enrolled (instructional hours + practicum hours) and dividing by the full load of that program. This results in a comparable metric to be able to use across the system. The FLE calculation is consistent for every institution and program. The data tables presented are related to enrolments in approved programs at publicly funded post-secondary institutions within Alberta. Separate data files exist focusing on the system level, or for subsets that focus on either International or self-identified Indigenous learners.

Updated

December 17, 2019

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Aboriginal Age CIP code Education First Nations Gender Indigenous Inuit PSI Program Self-identified Visa credential institution international learner metis sector
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Title and Dataset Information

Alternative Title

Publicly Funded Post-secondary Enrolments - FLEs

Date Modified

2019-12-17

Update Frequency

Annual

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Advanced Education

Subject Information

Resource Dates

Date Created

2019-01-07

Date Added to catalogue

2018-11-26T22:12:34.339501

Date Modified

2019-12-17

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Usage / Licence

Usage Considerations

• See the Dictionary tab within the file for definitions and additional context related to the data. • All data in this document has been sourced from Alberta Advanced Education's Learner and Enrolment Reporting System (LERS). • The enrolment data presented relates to ministerially approved programming only. • The Banff Centre does not offer standardized approved programming and therefore enrolments at The Banff Centre are NOT included in these datasets. • All rows with no corresponding data have been suppressed. • Enrolments are reported by Academic Year, which for most institutions is May 1 - April 30 or July 1 - June 30. • The University of Alberta had a significant reporting change related to their thesis level graduate FLE enrolments. This change resulted in artificial FLE decreases to thesis enrolments in 2017-18.   • The values in each file focus on enrolments in provincially-approved programming at publicly-funded post-secondary institutions in Alberta. Separate data files exist focusing on the system level, or for subsets that focus on either International or self-identified Indigenous learners. •All values for Indigenous learners are related to those that self-identify at time of application, and are a subset of the total system. These values are anecdotally lower than actual Indigenous learners. • All values related to international learners are a subset of the total system. International learners are related to foreign learners that are granted permission by the federal government (i.e. through a visitor visa, study permit or other status) to study at a publicly-funded post-secondary institution in Alberta. • All values related to international learners are a subset of the total system. International learners are related to foreign learners that are granted permission by the federal government (i.e. through a visitor visa, study permit or other status) to study at a publicly-funded post-secondary institution in Alberta. • In the summer of 2019, Alberta adopted a new Alberta Credential Framework (ACF) as related to program attributes. All values in this file reflect the ACF values for the Credential Type, Program Type, and Level of Study attributes. As such, some values/attributes in this file may not align with previous versions of this file. For more information on the ACF, see this link: https://open.alberta.ca/publications/alberta-credential-framework In 2018, following a review of the Roles and Mandates Policy Framework, the names of some of the six sectors were updated. As a result of these changes, the data in the above table may not align to previous data pulls. Additional information can be found online here: https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/cf437f7d-e822-470f-9d9d-35a218f345e6/resource/07b9ff83-5a59-4b2f-837c-bb69da0ea6f1/download/roles-and-mandates-policy-framework-for-albertas-adult-learning-system.pdf

Contact

Contact Name

Operational Data and Information branch, Advanced Education

Contact Email

ae.odi-alcp@gov.ab.ca