HESA Student Record 2010/11 - Completion of year of instance
HESA Student Record 2010/11
Completion of year of instance
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This field refers to the year of instance being funded. The field records the student's completion status with respect to that year.
|Applicable to||England Northern Ireland Wales|
All instances at institutions in England, Northern Ireland and Wales where Instance.REDUCEDI = 00 or 01
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Coding should be consistent with funding council early statistics. Refer to relevant funding council for full definitions.
Normally when code 2 is returned, then either Instance.RSNEND and Instance.ENDDATE will be completed to end the student instance, or Instance.NOTACT will be completed to show the study is suspended. It has become more common for students to fail to complete the current year of instance but continue to study with the institution, this is particularly true of part-time students who drop a module.
Code 4 'is as defined in HEFCW HESES, and should be used for students studying full-time on taught courses only.
Code 9 can be used if the HESA reporting year does not contain, in part or in whole, a year of instance which has previously, is, or will be, included in the HESES population. Institutions can however also use the other codes for such records.
Where a student undertakes a foundation degree and bridging course in the same HESA reporting year Instance.FUNDCOMP, should reflect whether the student completed the foundation degree and will therefore usually be returned with a value of 1. Similarly where the student progresses to a degree after completion of the bridging course this field should reflect the completion status of the degree.
Quality rules relating to this field are displayed here.
For alignment with funding definitions.
Data type: FUNDCOMPCodeContentType
|Change management notes||Updated guidance for the use of code 9, to confirm that other codes as well as code 9 can be used for years of instance not in the HESES population|
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