HESA Student Record 2010/11 - FTE in year B
HESA Student Record 2010/11
FTE in year B
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This field together with Instance.LOADYRA describes the split of student FTE (as reported in Instance.STULOAD) between years of instance, in cases where two years of instance are contained within a reporting period.
This field contains the amount of FTE in Instance.STULOAD attributable to the year continuing into the next reporting period. The value can be recorded to one decimal place and must be between 0 and 300.
|Applicable to||England Northern Ireland|
This field allows the allocation of student load to years of instance where these span HESA reporting years. Completion of these fields will allow HEFCE to remove the approximations that are currently included in their re-creation of the HESES returns which counts FTE against years of instance rather than HESA reporting years. This will affect mainly students who are on courses of more than one years duration where any of the following are true:
(a) the intensity of the course varies over time
(b) the student drops out or takes a break in study
(c) the mix of cost centres in which the student is active varies over the duration of the course
(d) activity is not spread evenly throughout the HESA reporting year
An example of how years may overlap the HESA reporting year is given below:
The FTE in student year A is reported in Instance.LOADYRA, and the load in student year B in this field.
The following example illustrates how these fields should be coded.
For a student studying an MSc part-time delivered over two years starting on 1 January in Year 1
Thus in Year 2 HEFCE is able to determine that the FTE for the student's year A was LOADYRB in Year 1 and Instance.LOADYRA in Year 2.
This field should contain 0 where a student is finishing an instance that spanned reporting periods.
Quality rules relating to this field are displayed here.
To allow detailed allocation of FTE to years of instance where an institution has opted to provide this information.
Data type: FTEType
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