Places

Quota statistics
It refers to the amount of available spaces that universities have available to students in a specific school period, by campus, campus, or center in a career annually. The criteria to define the number of places per year are specific to each university.

Enrollment

Enrollment statistics
It refers to the number of students who enroll at least one course in any of the undergraduate (teaching and diploma), undergraduate (baccalaureate and undergraduate) or postgraduate (professional specialty, master’s and doctorate) programs offered by a university in a specific period . Regarding enrollment statistics, the following should be considered:

First admission registration

It refers to the total number of students who entered a university for the first time and formalized their enrollment in a degree course taught for the year of interest, leading to obtaining a university academic degree (diploma, teaching staff, baccalaureate, bachelor’s degree, professional specialty, Masters and doctors degree).

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Regular enrollment

It refers to the total number of students who entered a university in periods prior to the year of interest, leading to obtaining a university academic degree (diploma, teaching staff, baccalaureate, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees).

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It is the enrollment (regular or first-time) in any modality (semester, quarterly, quarterly, bimonthly), which is taught in the I school period of each year in the universities.

First admission registration

It refers to the total number of students who entered a university for the first time and formalized their enrollment in a degree course taught for the year of interest, leading to obtaining a university academic degree (diploma, teaching staff, baccalaureate, bachelor’s degree, professional specialty, Masters and doctors degree).

See the charts.

Regular Enrollment

It refers to the total number of students who entered a university in periods prior to the year of interest, leading to obtaining a university academic degree (diploma, teaching staff, baccalaureate, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees).

See the charts.

Diplomas

Statistics of diplomas awarded
It refers to the number of diplomas awarded by a university at the undergraduate (faculty and graduate), undergraduate (baccalaureate and undergraduate) or postgraduate (professional specialty, master’s and doctorate) levels in a specific period.
A diploma is the document proving that a person has fulfilled the requirements corresponding to a study plan, issued by a university higher education institution.
The statistics of diplomas records the total amount awarded and not the number of graduates, since the same person can obtain two or more diplomas in the same period.

Scholarships

Scholarship statistics
It refers to the amount of scholarships, in different modalities or types, that a university grants in a specific period. The scholarship can be defined as:
– Temporary financial aid that is granted (in very different ways and from very different areas) to a student to continue or complete their studies. In addition to this, there are also scholarships to promote contact with the world of work, research or national or international mobility (Castillo and Vargas, 2012).

Human talent

Human talent statistics
It refers to the number of civil servants of the educational or administrative regime of the state universities in a specific period, classified by different sociodemographic and academic variables.