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Heslop, Joanne – Student Transitions Project, 2017
The Student Transitions Project (STP) newsletter focuses exclusively on student mobility within the B.C. public post-secondary system. In this context, student mobility includes the sequential or simultaneous enrollment of academic credit registrants attending one or more B.C. public post-secondary institutions throughout their academic studies.…
Descriptors: Student Mobility, Postsecondary Education, Transitional Programs, Enrollment Trends
Heslop, Joanne – Student Transitions Project, 2017
Every year, the Student Transitions Project (STP) collects post-secondary enrollment and credential completion data from the twenty-five British Columbia (B.C.) public post-secondary institutions and links this data to secondary enrollment information via encrypted personal education numbers (PENs). Now comprising fourteen full years of…
Descriptors: Annual Reports, Postsecondary Education, Transitional Programs, Kindergarten
Heslop, Joanne – Student Transitions Project, 2016
This report provides key research findings from a recent analysis of 51,831 students who first entered grade 8 in the B.C. K-12 education system in academic year 2004/2005. These students who entered B.C. public and independent schools were tracked over a period of ten years, to the end of the Fall 2014 term. The numerous and diverse education…
Descriptors: Longitudinal Studies, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10
Heslop, Joanne – Student Transitions Project, 2015
The Student Transitions Project is British Columbia's collaborative research project that measures student success from the K-12 to post-secondary systems. This effective system-wide partnership, involving B.C.'s education and advanced education ministries and public post-secondary institutions, is tracking student success by reporting on student…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Bachelors Degrees, Longitudinal Studies, Transitional Programs
Student Transitions Project, 2014
The Student Transition project (STP) has collected eleven years of grade 12 and post-secondary enrollment data, since it's inception in 2003. This information is used to track student transitions from grade 12 graduation into post-secondary education, student mobility between post-secondary institutions and post-secondary credential completions.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Graduates, Postsecondary Education, Grade 12
Heslop, Joanne – Student Transitions Project, 2014
This report provides key research findings from a recent analysis of international students studying in the British Columbia (B.C.) secondary and postsecondary education systems. The study was conducted by the Student Transitions Project (STP), a collaborative research partnership involving B.C.'s education and advanced education ministries and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, Transitional Programs, Postsecondary Education
Beatty-Guenter, Patricia; Cowin, Bob – Student Transitions Project, 2013
The Student Transitions Project (STP) has focused its research since 2005 on the achievements of British Columbia (B.C.) grade 12 graduates who enrolled in post-secondary education. Some students who do not graduate from Grade 12 also enroll at post-secondary institutions in a variety of programs, but little has been reported on these…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Postsecondary Education, Enrollment Trends, Dropouts
Student Transitions Project, 2013
The Student Transitions Project (STP) has reached a ten-year milestone: The STP has now collected student enrollment data from ten years of grade 12 graduation cohorts and ten years of post-secondary registrants, since the project's inception in 2003. The STP dataset continues to be an invaluable tool for tracking student transitions into…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Systems Analysis, Transitional Programs, Enrollment Trends
Student Transitions Project, 2013
The Student Transitions Project (STP) conducted a study of 12,508 students who entered bachelor's degree programs in B.C.'s public post-secondary institutions in Fall 2005. The education activities and outcomes of these students were followed over a period of 19 terms, or just over six years, ending in Fall 2011. This longitudinal research study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Bachelors Degrees, Longitudinal Studies, Enrollment