Accessing AEDC data

Accessing AEDC data

AEDC data can be accessed: 

Publicly and freely

Data is available through the AEDC Data Explorer free of charge. Data is also released publically through the National Report, Community Profiles and other publications that can be found in the Resources section of the website. 

Under agreement

Data is available under agreements with the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment, and these agreements prescribe the type of access and use of AEDC data. These agreements may also alter, enhance or supersede respective obligations under the AEDC Data Guidelines.

Under application

For data that cannot be accessed publicly or under an agreement, an application to AEDC Support is required to access the data. Depending on the type of data required, applications can be made for:

Refer to section 6 of the AEDC Data Guidelines for more information about the various ways in which AEDC data can be accessed.