enrolment

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The people enrolled, considered as a group
The number of people enrolled
The record of such enrolling; registration
The act of enrolling or the state of being enrolled
a full-time student enrolled in a program offered by a Faculty generates one full-time enrolment for that faculty; a part-time student generates one part-time enrolment
{n} a register, writing of record, record
{i} (British spelling for enrollment) registration, signing up; amount of people registered
process of registering eligible treaty beneficiaries
The total number of students (headcount) enrolled in regular day schools Source: School September Reports, as of October 31
The registration of a client at a training provider location for the purpose of undertaking a program of study The enrolment is considered valid only if the client has undertaken enrolment procedures, met their fee obligations, and has engaged in learning activity regardless of the mode of delivery, or the client has applied for and been granted status through regonition of prior learning or credit transfer (or related procedures)
At the beginning of each academic year there is an enrolment period during which students must finalise subject choices, and pay their annual amenities and services fee (ASF)
Process by which persons who have been admitted to University programs formally register as new or continuing students of the University
The process of collecting biometric samples from a person and the subsequent preparation and storage of biometric reference templates representing that person's identity
The registration of a client at a training provider location for the purpose of undertaking a unit of competency or module The enrolment is considered valid only if the client has undertaken enrolment procedures, met their fee obligations, and has engaged in learning activity regardless of the mode of delivery, or the client has applied for and been granted status through recognition of prior learning or credit transfer (or related procedures)
An enrolment exists when a person has been admitted to a course at the census date, is still entitled to continue with his/her studies, and has not indicated before the census date his/her intention to withdraw from his/her studies In the summary statistics enrolment aggregates are given as either gross enrolments or net enrolments The gross enrolment figures represent the total numbers of course enrolments, whereas the net enrolment figures represent the numbers of students enrolled in courses; i e the net enrolments are derived from the gross enrolments by subtracting the number of dual enrolments of students enrolled in multiple courses Also see Student
is the fascinating process of enrolling in subjects It is your responsibility to get this right Check carefully the enrolment notices that you are sent by Student Administration Near enough is not good enough in this game
a) the registration of a person with an education or training provider for the purpose of undertaking a course or module b) the total number of registered participants in an education or training program
An enrolment exists: when a person has been admitted to an award course, non-award course, enabling course or cross-institutional program at the institution at the census date; and the person is still entitled to continue with their studies and has not formally indicated before the census date that they have withdrawn from or deferred their studies
The act of enrolling or having one's name added to the list of electors entitled to vote
An enrolment exists when both the following criteria are satisfied: a person has been admitted to an award course, non-award course, enabling course or cross-institution program; and in the case of an admission to a summer school course or program, the person had commenced the course of program; or in the case of admissions during the remainder of the year, at the time the enrolment is to be counted the person is still entitled to continue with their studies and has not formally indicated that they have withdrawn from or deferred their studies
the ability of a trilobite to roll themselves up so that only the hard exoskeleton is exposed Usually involves tucking the pygidium beneath the cephalon
The process of applying for a Digital Certificate
alternative spelling of enrollment
the act of enrolling
Enrolment and Registration are two separate actions Enrolment is defined as follows Students enrol by placing themselves in courses, using the York Enrolment System, in accordance with the regulations of the Faculty and its teaching units
en·rol·ment in AM, use enrollment Enrolment is the act of enrolling at an institution or on a course. A fee is charged for each year of study and is payable at enrolment
enrollment
The record of such enrolling; registration
enrollment
The act of enrolling or the state of being enrolled
enrollment
The people enrolled, considered as a group
enrollment
The number of people enrolled
enrollment
{i} registration, signing up; amount of people registered
enrollment
A Microsoft agreement used to enroll a customer under an Enterprise Agreement or Select License to facilitate software license acquisitions
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A writing in which anything is enrolled; a register; a record
enrollment
The act of enrolling; registration
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The process of converting subscriber group eligibles into HMO members or the aggregate count of HMO enrollees as of a given time
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Signifies that a bill has been engrossed by both houses This is the last legislative action taken on a bill unless it is reconsidered after objection by the governor
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Information confirming that an individual is enrolled in a health insurance plan Also, the total number of persons covered by a managed care plan
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The total number of covered persons in a health plan The term also refers to the process by which a health plan signs up groups and individuals for membership or the number of enrollees who sign up in any one group
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the official copy of a bill, printed on parchment, signed by the presiding officers of both houses, and forwarded to the President
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- Term used to describe process for joining a health plan
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The process of collecting biometric samples from a person and the subsequent preparation and storage of biometric reference templates representing that person's identity
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The final legislative action on a bill, unless the measure is considered subsequent to a veto by the Governor The term originally signified the writing of the bill on the official parchment roll containing the acts of the Legislature Although this process is no longer implemented, the term represents the final form of the bill which has been engrossed
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The process associated with a Customer establishing a relationship with a CSP Enveloping - A process whereby documents of the same type or purpose are grouped together, bound and sent to the same destination into an electronic envelope This is done by an electronic data interchange management software function
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The number of members in a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) Also the process by which an HMO signs up individuals or groups as subscribers
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The process of applying for a Digital ID
enrollment
The process by which a health plan signs up individuals or groups as subscribers
enrollment
The process of a certificate applicant's applying for a certificate
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Used to describe the total number of enrollees in a health plan It may also be used to refer to the process of enrolling people in a health plan
enrollment
the act of enrolling
enrollment
The total number of persons registered in a health plan; see also roster and lock-in
enrollment
The total number of members in a health plan The term also refers to the process by which a health plan signs up groups and individuals for membership, or the number of employees who sign up from any one group
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the body of people (such as students) who register or enroll at the same time
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– The number of members in an HMO or assigned to a physician or medical group providing care under contract with an HMO Also, the process by which a health plan signs up individuals or groups as subscribers
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Used to describe the total number of enrollees in a health plan It may also be used to refer to the process of enrolling people in a health plan (H)
enrollment
bending of the body to enclose vulnerable ventral organs in a protective clam-like or sphereoid capsule formed by the cephalon, pygidium and thoracic segments
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That part of the registration process during which students select classes by section number to reserve a space and be placed on the class roster A student may also enroll in a class by processing an Add Permit obtained from the instructor of the class
enrollment
Purchasing health care coverage from a health plan or insurance Individuals who purchase coverage are known as enrollees Also refers to the total number of enrolled covered persons in a health plan Also see open enrollment, and disenrollment
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The processing of a bill (or joint resolution), incorporating all amendments, if any, when a bill passes both houses of the General Assembly The enrolled bill is the document that is signed by both presiding officers and is then sent to the Governor
enrollment
A term used in the context of HMOs to mean, (1) the process of converting eligible members of a subscriber group into HMO enrollees, or (2) the number of enrollees in an HMO at a given time
enrollment
total number of covered persons in a health plan; the process by which a health plan signs up groups and individuals for membership; or the number of enrollees who sign up in any one group
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