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Student 2018/19 - PGCE class of undergraduate degree

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Student 2018/19

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PGCE class of undergraduate degree


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Typefield
Short namePGCECLSS
Description

This field is used to indicate the qualification class of the student's undergraduate degree.

Applicable toEngland Northern Ireland Scotland Wales
Coverage

All entrants where Course.COURSEAIM = M71, M73 or H71 and Instance.REDUCEDI = 00 or 04

Valid entries and labels
CodeLabel
01First class honours
02Upper second class honours
03Lower second class honours
04Undivided second class honours
05Third class honours
06Fourth class honours
07Unclassified honours
08Aegrotat (whether to honours or pass)
09Pass - degree awarded without honours following an honours course
10Ordinary (to include divisions of ordinary, if any) degree awarded after following a non-honours course
11General degree - degree awarded after following a non-honours course/degree that was not available to be classified
12Distinction
13Merit
14Pass
98Not applicable
99Not known
Notes

Codes 12-14 should only be used for integrated taught masters degrees, where these are appropriate.

Code 99 should be used for 'Not known' and code 98 should be used for 'Not applicable'.

For instances where Course.COURSEAIM is M71 or H71 only, the DfE has advised that this field may be coded other than '98 Not applicable' for non-UK undergraduate qualifications. Providers should use their judgement to decide which code is the most appropriate for the qualification.

'98 Not applicable' includes those students who do not have an undergraduate degree.

This may be the case, for example, with students studying for PGCE (FE).

Quality rules
Quality rules relating to this entity are displayed here.
Reason required To provide data on the qualifications of students studying to be teachers.
Part of
Field length2
Minimum occurrences0
Maximum occurrences1
Schema components
Element: PGCECLSS
Related fields
OwnerHESA
Version1.0

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