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Preliminary full-time and part-time fall enrolment at AUCC
member institutions by level
University tuition fees for full-time Canadian students in an
arts program at AUCC member institutions, 2002 - 2003
Revitalizing Universities through Faculty Renewal
students, different needs
Includes statistics on university students, including family
background (education of parents, financial background),
employment during the school year, women at university, etc.
impact of university research
Includes gross static economic impact of university research,
net static economic impact of university research, total net
contribution of university R&D to GDP, etc.
The impact of
collaborative research on scientific production
Includes statistics on university publications, scientific
production in Canadian universities, intersectoral
collaborations, average impact factor of university research,
The level of
funding for university research in Canada and the United States:
Includes breakdown of research grants and contracts in Canadian
and US universities by source of funding, grants and contracts
in Canadian and US universities as a proportion of GDP
(1984-1996), and in $CAN, etc.
transition: No two paths alike
Includes statistics on youth unemployment, the transition into
the workforce for university grads, etc.
enrolments: where have all the students gone?
Includes part-time participation rates, historical trends in
enrolment by registration status, role of demographic groups in
part-time enrolment change, decomposition of part-time enrolment
enrolment forecasts: A tricky science
Includes enrolment vs. population, participation rates,
participation rate vs. family size, labour force participation
rate, unemployment rate by educational attainment, tuition fees,
constraints on enrolment growth, etc.