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Information for Learners
Find out how our College compares across a range of educational performance indicators.

Key Information for Students

Key Information for Students data is compiled from data published or provided by tertiary education organisations, Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and the Ministry of Education.

All information in the Key Information for Students relates to domestic students only. Any enquiries about fees or other information for international students should be made directly to our College.

Educational Performance Indicators

The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) publish information on the performance of tertiary education organisations based on agreed educational performance indicators.

2021

NZCC Overall Māori and Pasifika TEO Average Level 7 Degree
Qualification Completion within 6 years 88.6% Maori 83.3%, Pasifika 100% 61.6%
Course Completion 97.2% Maori 96.8%, Pasifika 97.7% 84.1%
1st Year Retention 94.7% Maori 85.7%, Pasifica 100% 76%

2020

NZCC Overall Māori and Pasifika TEO Average Level 7 Degree
Qualification Completion within 6 years 79.7% Māori 100%, Pasifika 100% 61.6%
Course Completion 95.2% Māori 92.5%, Pasifika 94.8% 84.1%
1st Year Retention 91.9% Māori 80%, Pasifika 100% 76.0%

External Evaluation and Review

The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) publish information on the educational performance and capability in self-assessment of Tertiary Education Organisations.

2021

NZQA external evaluation and review of the New Zealand College of Chiropractic.

Student Services Fee Reports

A compulsory student services fee (CSSF) was introduced in 2014 for all New Zealand College of Chiropractic (NZCC) students at a set annual fee of $300 inclusive of GST for all students.

End of Year Student Survey

Each October, the College runs a college-wide student survey.

2022

A total of 134 students completed the 2022 survey representing 51% of the student body.

Chiropractic in New Zealand Profession Survey

The Stakeholders Advisory Committee (SAC) advises the New Zealand College of Chiropractic. As part of its advisory role, it conducts a triannual survey of the chiropractic profession in New Zealand.

2022

Stakeholders Advisory Committee Survey of the New Zealand Chiropractic Profession: Analysis of Survey Data.