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Indicators Subindicators Academic year Value
Performance rate

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of passed credits in the degree and the total number of credits enrolled in the degree.
- 2009-201071.57%
2010-201167.86%
2011-201269.91%
2012-201376.83%
2013-201478.79%
2014-201583.97%
2015-201686.21%
2016-201786.52%
2017-201888.01%
Success rate

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of passed credits in the degree and the total number of evaluated credits.
- 2009-201085.11%
2010-201182.05%
2011-201282.91%
2012-201386.77%
2013-201486.16%
2014-201590.41%
2015-201692.26%
2016-201792.61%
2017-201893.42%
Rate of students who did the exams

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of evaluated credits and the total number of credits enrolled in the degree.
- 2009-201084.09%
2010-201182.7%
2011-201284.32%
2012-201388.55%
2013-201491.45%
2014-201592.87%
2015-201693.45%
2016-201793.43%
2017-201894.21%
First-year students dropout rate

For academic year X, ratio of students in an entering cohort C enrolled in the qualification for academic year X who did not enrol in that qualification for academic years X+1 and X+2 to the total number of students
- 2009-201018.44%
2010-201114.09%
2011-201213.89%
2012-201312.85%
2013-201410.39%
2014-20159.35%
2015-201613.08%
2016-201714.96%
Efficiency rate of graduates

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the total number of credits in which should be enrolled the graduated students of a G graduation cohort in order to achieve a degree and the total number of credits in which the students graduated in that cohort really enrolled.
- 2012-201395.87%
2013-201492.3%
2014-201589.57%
2015-201688.8%
2016-201791.51%
2017-201889.62%
Graduation rate

For academic year X, ratio of students in an entering cohort C who pass, on schedule plus a year, the credits leading to the award of a qualification to the total number of students in the same cohort initially enrolled.
- 2012-201350%
2013-201462.1%
2014-201558.14%
2015-201668.25%
2016-201773.98%
Performance rate of new entry students

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of credits passed by the newly arrived students and the total number of credits enrolled in the degree.
- 2009-201077.11%
2010-201180.76%
2011-201283.97%
2012-201391.1%
2013-201487.58%
2014-201591.61%
2015-201688.35%
2016-201785.66%
2017-201888.39%
Success rate for new entry students

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of credits passed by the newly arrived students and the number of evaluated credits.
- 2009-201087.82%
2010-201188.47%
2011-201290.24%
2012-201394.63%
2013-201490.1%
2014-201595.08%
2015-201692.66%
2016-201789.3%
2017-201892.79%
Rate of students who did the exams for new entry students

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of credits evaluated by the newly arrived students and the total number of credits enrolled in the degree.
- 2009-201087.8%
2010-201191.29%
2011-201293.04%
2012-201396.26%
2013-201497.2%
2014-201596.34%
2015-201695.35%
2016-201795.92%
2017-201895.25%

Education organization

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Indicators Subindicators Academic year Value
Rate of pre-registered students over offered places

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of students who requested to study through a pre-registration form and the places offered for that degree.
- 2009-2010438.28%
2010-2011683.59%
2011-2012516.41%
2012-2013542.97%
2013-2014503.91%
2014-2015601.56%
2015-2016587.5%
2016-2017558.59%
2017-2018482.81%
Rate of students pre-registered in their first option over offered places

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of students who requested to study through a pre-registration form for their first option and the places offered for that degree.
- 2009-2010121.88%
2010-2011177.34%
2011-2012153.13%
2012-2013160.94%
2013-2014167.97%
2014-2015221.09%
2015-2016245.31%
2016-2017232.81%
2017-2018196.09%
Rate of supply and demand (Rate of students pre-registered in their first and second options over offered places)

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of students applied to study the degree through a pre-registration in their first and second option and the places offered for that degree.
- 2009-2010187.5%
2010-2011275.78%
2011-2012218.75%
2012-2013232.81%
2013-2014234.38%
2014-2015309.38%
2015-2016331.25%
2016-2017321.88%
2017-2018258.59%
Rate of students pre-registered in their first option over pre-registered total

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of students pre-registered in their first option in the degree and the total number of students who did the pre-registration to gain access to those degree.
- 2009-201027.81%
2010-201125.94%
2011-201229.65%
2012-201329.64%
2013-201433.33%
2014-201536.75%
2015-201641.76%
2016-201741.68%
2017-201840.61%
Rate of registration (Rate of registered students over offered places)

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of students enrolling in a degree and the places offered for the degree.
- 2009-201084.38%
2010-201196.88%
2011-2012100.78%
2012-201398.44%
2013-201496.09%
2014-201596.88%
2015-201696.09%
2016-201795.31%
2017-201897.66%
Demand of the degree (Rate of registered students over the pre-registered total)

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of students enrolled in a degree and the number of pre-registered students.
- 2009-201018.72%
2010-201113.83%
2011-201219.06%
2012-201317.27%
2013-201418.76%
2014-201516.1%
2015-201616.09%
2016-201716.92%
2017-201820.23%
Rate of registered students in their first option over the registered total

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of students enrolled in their first option and the enrolled number.
- 2009-201057.14%
2010-201161.98%
2011-201269.84%
2012-201358.73%
2013-201460.98%
2014-201562.1%
2015-201660.98%
2016-201771.31%
2017-201861.6%
Degree access mode (by access mode)

For the academic year X, percentage ratio between the number of students gaining admittance to the degree through the various access ways and the total number of students enrolled in the degree.
Test for College Admission2009-201081.48%
2010-201186.29%
2011-201289.92%
2012-201392.06%
2013-201494.31%
2014-201591.94%
2015-201691.87%
2016-201787.7%
2017-201884.8%
Vocational Education2009-20108.33%
2010-20118.87%
2011-20122.33%
2012-20132.38%
2013-20141.63%
2014-20153.23%
2015-20163.25%
2016-20176.56%
2017-20186.4%
Graduate2009-20102.78%
2010-2011.81%
2011-20122.33%
2012-2013.79%
2013-20141.63%
2014-20152.42%
2015-20161.63%
2016-20171.64%
2017-20183.2%
Over 252009-20101.85%
2010-20113.23%
2011-20123.88%
2012-20132.38%
2013-20142.44%
2014-20151.61%
2015-20162.44%
2016-20173.28%
2017-20183.2%
Other2009-20105.56%
2010-2011.81%
2011-20121.55%
2012-20132.38%
2014-2015.81%
2015-2016.81%
2016-2017.82%
2017-20182.4%
Average grade point cutoff by access mode

For the academic year X, average grade point cutoff corresponding to the total number of students enrolling in a degree for the first time.
Test for College Admission2009-20107.33
2010-20119.99
2011-201210.01
2012-201310.34
2013-20149.88
2014-201511
2015-201611.21
2016-201711.3
2017-201811.38
Vocational Education2009-20107.33
2010-20119.12
2011-20129.02
2012-201310.55
2013-201410.01
2014-201510.37
2015-201611.18
2016-201710.26
2017-201810.98
Graduate2009-20106.41
2010-20116.72
2011-20127.7
2012-20136.9
2013-20147.65
2014-20157.87
2015-20167.28
2016-20178.28
2017-20188.08
Over 252009-20105.65
2010-20115.57
2011-20125.94
2012-20136.02
2013-20145.51
2014-20156.59
2015-20166.38
2016-20175.83
2017-20187.01
Other2009-20108.02
2010-201112.92
2011-20129.08
2012-201310.59
2014-20155
2015-201611.34
2016-201711.5
2017-201811.72
Average grade point cutoff of the superior 20% by access mode

For the academic year X, average grade point cutoff corresponding to the 20 % of students with highest average grade enrolling in a degree for the first time.
Test for College Admission2009-20108.38
2010-201111.56
2011-201276.6
2012-201311.78
2013-201411.27
2014-201512.22
2015-201612.29
2016-201712.4
2017-201812.46
Vocational Education2009-20108.64
2010-201110.06
2011-201210.17
2012-201311.7
2014-201510.95
2015-201612.64
2016-201711.61
2017-201811.73
Graduate2009-20106.7
2011-20128.41
2014-20158.31
2016-20178.97
2017-20188.8
Over 252010-20116.24
2011-20126.87
2012-20137.24
2013-20146.49
2015-20167.09
2016-20176.68
2017-20188.3
Other2009-20109
2012-201311.28
2017-201813.07
Indicators Subindicators Academic year Value
Rate of tenured PDI

For academic year X, ratio of publicly contracted PDI (teaching and research staff) in the qualification to the total number of PDI (excluded Hospital-based Adjunct Lecturer).
- 2009-201066.67%
2010-201164.79%
2011-201266.29%
2012-201369.49%
2013-201466.33%
2014-201562.96%
2015-201660.85%
2016-201759.26%
2017-201857.07%
Rate of PDI with a PhD

For academic year X, ratio of PDI (teaching and research staff) with a PhD in the qualification to the total number of PDI (excluded Hospital-based Adjunct Lecturer).
- 2009-201081.94%
2010-201171.13%
2011-201284.57%
2012-201383.05%
2013-201476.53%
2014-201577.25%
2015-201675.13%
2016-201774.6%
2017-201872.25%
Rate of full-time PDI

For academic year X, ratio of full-time PDI (teaching and research staff) in the qualification to the total number of PDI (excluded Hospital-based Adjunct Lecturer).
- 2009-201070.83%
2010-201171.83%
2011-201273.14%
2012-201379.1%
2013-201473.98%
2014-201574.07%
2015-201672.49%
2016-201772.49%
2017-201870.16%
Rate of PDI per teaching staff category

For academic year X, ratio of PDI (teaching and research staff) per teaching staff category to total teaching staff in the qualification. This indicator provides information as regards the structure of the academic staff in the qualification.
University professor2009-201011.11%
2010-201113.38%
2011-201218.29%
2012-201318.64%
2013-201419.9%
2014-201516.93%
2015-201615.34%
2016-201715.34%
2017-201822.51%
University lecturer2009-201055.56%
2010-201151.41%
2011-201248%
2012-201350.85%
2013-201446.43%
2014-201546.03%
2015-201645.5%
2016-201743.92%
2017-201834.55%
Assistant lecturer PhD2009-20102.78%
2010-20115.63%
2011-20125.71%
2012-20136.78%
2013-20145.61%
2014-20157.41%
2015-20164.23%
2016-20176.88%
2017-20187.33%
Adjunct lecturer2009-201018.06%
2010-201119.01%
2011-201217.14%
2012-20137.91%
2013-20146.63%
2014-20154.76%
2015-20165.82%
2016-20175.29%
2017-20184.71%
Contracted lecturer PhD2009-20101.39%
2010-2011.7%
2011-20121.71%
2012-20132.82%
2013-20142.55%
2014-20153.7%
2015-20167.41%
2016-20176.35%
2017-20185.76%
Other teaching staff category2009-201011.11%
2010-20119.86%
2011-20129.14%
2012-201312.99%
2013-201418.88%
2014-201521.16%
2015-201621.69%
2016-201722.22%
2017-201825.13%
Credits taught per teaching staff category

For academic year X, ratio of credits taught by each teaching staff category to the total number of credits taught in the qualification.
University professor2009-20108.53%
2010-201113.42%
2011-201216.63%
2012-201314.89%
2013-201417.23%
2014-201516.01%
2015-201614.92%
2016-201713.8%
2017-201821.98%
University lecturer2009-201055.9%
2010-201155.69%
2011-201255.36%
2012-201363.94%
2013-201457.87%
2014-201555.99%
2015-201657.59%
2016-201754.16%
2017-201847.12%
Assistant lecturer PhD2009-20107.24%
2010-20117.81%
2011-20126.29%
2012-20136.81%
2013-20147.26%
2014-201510.28%
2015-20166.01%
2016-20179.37%
2017-20188.56%
Adjunct lecturer2009-201017.84%
2010-201115.67%
2011-201215.65%
2012-20134.45%
2013-20144.08%
2014-20153.44%
2015-20164.49%
2016-20172.99%
2017-20183.53%
Contracted lecturer PhD2009-20102.11%
2010-2011.06%
2011-20121.61%
2012-20132.74%
2013-20143.66%
2014-20152.92%
2015-20167.94%
2016-20178.04%
2017-20185.83%
Other teaching staff category2009-20108.39%
2010-20117.35%
2011-20124.45%
2012-20137.16%
2013-20149.9%
2014-201511.35%
2015-20169.06%
2016-201711.64%
2017-201812.98%
 
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