Aggregate nominal balance of the New Zealand Student Loan Scheme
2003–2015, NZD billions
Source: Inland Revenue and Ministry of Social Development to 2011; from 2012 Inland Revenue’s consolidated data base.
Equivalent full-time student (EFTS): A measure used to count tertiary student numbers. A student taking a normal year’s full-time study generates one ‘equivalent full-time student’ unit. Part-time or part-year students are fractions of a unit.
Borrower: Any person who has drawn from the Student Loan Scheme and not yet repaid in full.
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Student Loan Scheme Annual Report 2015
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Import & extraction details
File as imported: Student Loan Scheme Annual Report 2015
From the dataset Student Loan Scheme Annual Report 2015, this data was extracted:
- Sheet: SLS 36
- Provided: 13 data points
This data forms the table Tertiary Education - Student loan aggregate nominal balance 2003–2015.
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About this dataset
This dataset relates to the Student Loan Scheme, including loan uptake, amount borrowed, loan balance, and repayment.
Purpose of collection
This is the supporting data for the Student Loan Scheme Annual Report 2015. Thepurpose of this annual report is to inform Parliament and the New Zealand public about the performance of the Student Loan Scheme in 2014/15. It also includes the audited financial
schedules of the scheme for the year ending 30 June 2015.
The report describes how the loan scheme operates in the context of the New Zealand tertiary education system and the goals of the Tertiary Education Strategy; the contribution it makes in enabling greater access to, and participation in, tertiary education; and developments to the loan scheme and student support policy over time.
It also looks at the outcomes of the scheme and provides detailed information about borrowers and their lending and repayment patterns. Finally, the report gives a detailed financial analysis of costs and the valuation of the loan scheme.
Method of collection/Data provider
The information on active borrowers and borrowers in study is largely drawn from the Ministry of Social Development (MSD). Inland Revenue has supplied data on the repayments, loan balances and borrower segments. Tertiary education data and information on borrowing in the years before 2000 were supplied by the Ministry of Education.
Other data has come from Statistics New Zealand’s Integrated Data Infrastructure (see below). Data from these sources is complemented by information drawn from the Census, the Household Labour Force Survey and other published data sources.