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: Téxelc, 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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