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337 Work experience in industry indicator

Description

An indicator of whether a unit of study consists wholly of work experience in industry

Details

Version:3.0
First year:2012
Last year:2014
Field name:INDUSTRY
Element name:Work experience in industry indicator

Code format:

Data Type:Numeric
Units:Code (numeric)
Width:1

Classification

CODEMEANING
0​Student is not undertaking work experience in industry or student is undertaking work experience in industry where learning and performance is directed by the provider​
1​Student is undertaking work experience in industry where learning and performance is not directed by the provider, but support is received from the provider​
2​Student is undertaking work experience in industry where learning and performance is not directed by, and support is not received from, the provider

Coding notes

​The Work Experience in Industry code indicates a domestic student’s student contribution or tuition fee status:
  • Students coded as “0” are not considered to be undertaking a unit of study consisting wholly of work experience in industry.
  • Students coded as “1” are considered to be undertaking a unit of study consisting wholly of work experience in industry and the provider may charge a student contribution amount or tuition fee.
  • Students coded as “2” are considered to be undertaking a unit of study consisting wholly of work experience in industry and the unit of study is contribution and tuition fee exempt.
Overseas students may be coded on this element, but this does not affect the requirement that they must be charged the overseas student fee for the unit.
 
A Work Experience in Industry unit of study for which no credit is given (and therefore has no EFTSL value), is not to be reported to DEEWR.
 

Please refer to the Glossary for further information about terminology used in this document.

Input files

​Higher Education Student:

  • Student Load/Liability (LL) & Revised Load/Liability (RL)

Change History

Details of all versions of this data element can be found on its supporting information page.


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