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|Statistical Bulletin 2006 - 2|
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Note: The courses are sequenced according to the number of active students.
In 2006, the three courses in undergraduate open education programmes with active students above 100,000 were Law, Chinese Language and Literature and Accounting. Their active students totaled 371,000, constituting 53.10% of the total number of active students in all undergraduate education programmes. Law students comprised the largest group. The four courses in junior college education programmes with active students above 100,000 were Accounting, Law, Administrative Management and Business Management, and their active students totaled 693,900, constituting 61.83% of all active students, with students majoring in Accounting comprising the largest group. The two courses in the One-College-Student-for-One-Village Programme with over 10,000 active students are Management of Township Enterprises and Rural Administrative Management, with a total of 33.800 active students, constituting 73.11% of the total number in this programme with the number of students in Management of Township Enterprises comprising the largest group.
The information on the courses in the degree programmes, junior college education programmes and the One- College-Student-for-One-Village Programme, and the number of their students in 2006 are summarised in Table 1, Table 2 and Table 3. The students' information according to different courses is listed in Table 4 and Figure 1. See Figure 2 for the information on open education development from 1999 to 2006.
Table 4. Number of Students of Each Course in Open Education Programme in 2006
Note: (1) The sequence is arranged based on the numbers of active students. (2) The 16 courses in the "One-College-Student-for-One-Village" Programme and the courses of CNC Technology (junior college programme) will be combined together with some courses in undergraduate and junior college programmes according to the "Contents for Higher Vocational Education and Junior College". The list will be given after the combination.
In 2006, a total of 8,500 students graduated as "Registered Self-directed Students" in the junior college programmes in RTVUs nationwide, with 24,600 registered students (enrollment of "Registered Self-directed Students" in junior college education ceased in 2002). There were 9 courses in this programme.
Table 5. Number of "Registered Self-directed Students" of Each Course in 2006