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Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Enrolment Composition

Enrolment composition

In light of our enrolment planning principles, during the next 10 years we aim to create an accessible academic community with a relative balance of students enrolling from regional, provincial, national and international origins:

  • We aim to have domestic learners comprise 75%-80%, and international learners comprise 20%-25%, of our overall annual enrolment inclusive of all levels, locations and modes of delivery.
  • Among our domestic enrolment, we aim to meet the educational needs within our immediate regions — Kamloops, Williams Lake, and surrounding communities — comprising 35%-40% of our annual domestic enrolment.
  • In addition, we aim to enrol learners from other regions within BC — an additional 45%-50% of our annual domestic enrolment, and learners from across Canada — the remaining 15%-20% of our annual domestic enrolment.
  • Further, we aim to serve Indigenous learners from our First House: Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc, our Second House: T'exelc, and other neighbouring Indigenous nations, such that Indigenous learners represent 15% or more of our annual domestic enrolment.
  • Among our international enrolment, we aim to balance a diversity of learners from around the world and across all academic areas. While welcoming students from as many countries as possible, up to 35% of TRU’s annual international enrolment may be from any one country, and up to 40% of annual enrolment in any one faculty at TRU may be international students.
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