HESA Student Record 2007/08 - Change of mode date
HESA Student Record 2007/08
Fields required from institutions in Northern Ireland
Change of mode date
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This field records the date when a postgraduate student formally moves from an active study mode to 'writing-up' (Instance.MODE=43 or 44), 'changed to dormant' (Instance.MODE=73 or 74)or 'sabbatical'(Instance.MODE=51) or the date when such a student returns to an active study mode.
|Applicable to||England Northern Ireland|
All instances at institutions in England and Northern Ireland where Course.COURSEAIM begins D, E, L or M (excluding M22) and Instance.REDUCEDI = 00 and Instance.MODE is not equal to 63 or 64
|Base data type||DateWithNullStructure9|
As dormant and writing-up students are not funded it is necessary to identify the point at which they move to these modes.
This is only applicable to postgraduate students in institutions in England and Northern Ireland.
All date fields in the Student Record must be completed using the ISO8601 format of YYYY-MM-DD. The specification of this field follows the data policies set out in the MIAP Common Data Definitions project.
If the mode has not changed, an empty element should be returned with the ReasonForNull attribute set to 9 (not applicable), i.e:
Only mode changes within the reporting year need be recorded.
Where a student starts and finishes the reporting year with an active mode, this field is not required regardless of any mode changes during the year.
Where a student finishes the year with a non-active mode but has had an active mode at some point in the year then the last change from active to non-active mode should be returned, changes between different non-active modes should be ignored.
Where a student finishes the year with an active mode the last date they moved from a non-active to active mode should be recorded.
Non-active modes for the purpose of this field are defined as dormant, writing up and sabbatical.
Further guidance is available on the completion of this field.
|Change management notes||Coverage amended to match Business rule 1|
Data type: DateWithNullStructure9
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