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What does FTSE stand for?
FTSE stands for Full-Time Student Equivalent (education)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 8 other meanings of FTSE in our Acronym Attic
- Fleet Technical Support Center, Pacific (US Navy)
- Fleet Technical Support Center Planning Documents
- Family Tang Soo Do (martial arts school)
- Fault Tolerant System Design
- Foreign Trade Statistics Division (US Census Bureau)
- Frequency Time Standard Distribution Unit
- Failed to Sustain Engraftment
- Fault-Tolerant Shuffle-Exchange
- Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences
- Financial Times and the London Stock Exchange (UK stock index)
- Fundamental Theorem of Software Engineering (Andrew Koenig)
- Financial Times / Stock Exchange index of 100 main share (UK)
- Flight Termination System Electronics Assembly
- Fair Trade Software Foundation (EU)
- Fédération des Travailleurs Socialistes de France (French: Federation of Socialist Workers of France)
- Foreningen Til Sprydstagens Forevigelse (Danish sailing club)
- Formation Technique sans Frontières (French: Technical Training without Borders; Switzerland)
- Full Time Support Force
- Friends of Triangle Seniors and Food Assistance (Hillsborough, NC)
- Florida Teacher Scholarship and Forgivable Loan
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Maricopa Community College District, for example, saw an ,increase of about 7 percent in its full-time student equivalent enrollment over last year, an increase that is almost double the county's increase in population.
Measured by both full-time student equivalents and total contact hours, enrollment has grown on average by approximately 5% annually over the past five years with full-time student equivalents reaching 4,541 in fiscal 2010.
While overall enrollment gains have been modest at a 1% increase in full-time student equivalents (FTSEs) annually over the past five fiscal years, prospects for future growth appear favorable, given demographic trends of the service area, as well as the potential for additional enrollment after annexation.
About 78% of the system's 226,254 students attend on a part-time basis, so that full-time student equivalent enrollment is 57,206.