Institutional Research Staff  
Tony Olmsted

Laurel Wrotniak
Administrative Assistant

David Marple
Institutional Research Specialist

John Mazur
Institutional Research Specialist

David McDine
Institutional Research Specialist

Nada Zeljkovic
Institutional Research Specialist

Institutional Research
The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
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Welcome to NAIT Institutional Research

On our site you will find a variety of statistics, reports, and resources pertaining to NAIT and the business of advanced education. Read more about IR...

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About Your Applicants

This is a partial summary of the survey results Academica Group’s University/College Applicant Study (UCAS)™ as they pertain to NAIT. Part one deals with demographic and academic characteristics of NAIT applicants to full time programs for the year 2012, and how NAIT compares in this regard to other institutions. Part two — Choosing where to apply presents ranking of individual, key decision factors among first-choice applicants, and how applicants ranked competitor institutions, as selected by NAIT. Part three — Marketing Efforts and Brand Attributes presents analysis of NAIT applicants' perceptions of the institution and of competitor institutions, and rating on a number of brand attributes (affordable, excellence, innovation, research, social, teaching, and tradition). Find out more… 

The complete UCAS™ report from the Academica Group can be found here.


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The information available on this website provides "snapshot" data for a variety of indicators which may be of interest and use to students, faculty, administrators, and others. It is important to note that data presented may differ from other data sources due to differences in definition or differences in timing. If you notice a significant discrepancy, please contact the Office of Institutional Research for clarification or correction.
Frequently Accessed Reports  

Graduate Employment
Summary Brochure

(Note that results for the Class of 2015/16 will be available by April 2017)

Class of 2014/15   

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