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24 G A T S A N D H I G H E R E D U C A T I O N I N T H E S A D C Some key features of the 2001 head count of the 30 000 ‘private only’ students are: • 28 800 students (or 96%) were registered with South African-owned private institutions. The remaining 1 200 (or 4%) were registered with transnational institutions. • 26 500 (or 88%) of these 30 000 ‘private only’ students were registered for undergraduate studies. The remaining 3 500 (12%) were taking postgraduate studies at masters level or lower.
These subsidy arrangements will continue to apply to both contact and distance students. In 2001, the approximate amounts generated by the government block grant would have been R27 000 per FTE contact student in science and technology, and R10 000 per FTE contact student in all other fields of study. FTE distance students were funded at 67% of amounts for contact students for science and technology as well as all other fields of study. The block grant subsidies generated by FTE students in 2001 would therefore have been divided in approximately the following ways: Table 9: Estimate of division of government block grant subsidies (2001) Source SA rands (millions) SA citizens and permanent residents All foreign students TOTAL Approximate US dollars (millions) 6 400 (96%) 710 300 (4%) 40 6 700 (100%) 750 Foreign students are not eligible for the financial aid which the South African government makes available to public higher education institutions in the form of block grants.
Education – which deals mainly with the pre-service and in-service training of primary and secondary school teachers. • All other humanities – which includes language studies, literary studies, social sciences, fine and performing arts, and various other applied humanities. Table 5: Full-time equivalent student enrolments in contact programmes in SA public universities and technikons by CESM category (2001) CESM CATEGORY University contact Foreign Foreign + RSA Science, technology 45% 35% Business, management 12% 3% Education All other humanities TOTAL FOREIGN Technikon contact Foreign Foreign + RSA Total contact Foreign Foreign + RSA 78% 44% 51% 39% 16% 5% 29% 10% 21% 7% 0% 2% 2% 5% 40% 41% 17% 24% 37% 35% 11 026 192 517 3 098 111 275 14 124 30 3792 STUDENTS AND ACADEMIC STAFF IN PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION 31 Table 6: Full-time equivalent student enrolments in distance programmes in SA public universities and technikons by CESM category (2000) CESM CATEGORY University contact Foreign Foreign + RSA Science, technology 10% 8% Business, management 31% Education 18% All other humanities TOTAL Technikon contact Foreign Foreign + RSA Total contact Foreign Foreign + RSA 0% 16% 8% 10% 27% 0% 30% 25% 28% 26% 100% 14% 34% 22% 41% 39% 0% 40% 33% 30% 7 556 87 532 1 898 43 051 7 556 130 583 Figure 3 offers a comparison of the shape of foreign (a) contact and (b) distance FTE student enrolments by CESM category with the comparable totals of FTE students in South African universities and technikons in 2001.