What do you want to know?

What proportion of students come from state schools?
How many Engineering graduates were there last year?
How many Chinese students study in the UK?
What proportion of graduates start their own companies?
What proportion of professors are women?


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The answers...

89.3% of young full-time first degree entrants in 2012/13 were from state schools (source)
50,345 HE qualifications were awarded in Engineering and technology in 2012/13 (source)
83,790 Chinese domicile students studied in the UK in 2012/13 (source)
0.6% of full-time first degreesurvey respondents were starting up their own business six months after graduation (source)
21.7% of professors in 2012/13 were women (source)