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Notes on tables - Destinations 2001/02

The list of institutions in the HESA reference volumes for 2001/02 has changed and the following institutions are no longer shown separately:

  • Bretton Hall College of HE
  • Northern College of Education.
  1. The following institutions have joined the HE sector and are now shown in the HESA reference volumes for 2001/02:
    • Royal Agricultural College
    • UHI Millennium Institute
    • The Arts Institute at Bournemouth
    • Bell College
    • Conservatoire for Dance and Drama.
  2. The following institutions have changed their names in the HESA reference volumes for 2001/02:
    • South Bank University changed to London South Bank University
    • Welsh College of Music and Drama changed to Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
  3. University of London is a confederal organisation. The colleges of the university, shown separately in the HESA reference volumes, are:
    • Birkbeck College
    • Institute of Education
    • Goldsmiths College
    • Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
    • King’s College London
    • London Business School
    • London School of Economics and Political Science
    • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
    • The School of Oriental and African Studies
    • The School of Pharmacy
    • Queen Mary and Westfield College
    • Royal Academy of Music
    • Royal Holloway and Bedford New College
    • The Royal Veterinary College
    • St. George’s Hospital Medical School
    • University College London
    • (Heythorp College is also a college of University of London, but is not included in HESA statistics as it is not publicly-funded).

    In addition, the institutes within the umbrella of University of London (Institutes and activities) are:

    • British Institute in Paris
    • Courtauld Institute of Art
    • University Marine Biological Station, Millport
    • School of Advanced Study comprises:
      • Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
      • Institute of Classical Studies
      • Institute of Commonwealth Studies
      • Institute of English Studies
      • Institute of Germanic Studies
      • Institute of Historical Research
      • Institute of Latin American Studies
      • Institute of Romance Studies
      • Institute of United States Studies
      • Warburg Institute.
  4. From August 2001 Homerton College return data for students from the School of Health Studies only. All other students are now included in the figures for The University of Cambridge.
  5. The majority of students attending the Institute of Advanced Nursing Education are studying whilst in full-time employment, consequently a first destination return was not sought from this institution.
  6. Students of unknown ages are included in total figures but not in separate breakdowns.
  7. Percentage of known destination is expressed as a percentage of all students from whom a first destinations record was expected.
  8. Lower second class degree includes ‘undivided’ second class honours.
  9. Employed includes unknown employment category/mode of employment/duration of employment. Duration of employment is not collected for self-employed individuals.
  10. Duration of employment is not collected for self-employed individuals. These, together with others entering employment whose duration of employment is unknown, are only included within ‘Total going overseas’.
  11. Total UK includes UK domiciled students whose region of employment was given as unknown but who are assumed to have remained within the UK.
  12. Total UK domiciled, postgraduate, first degree and other undergraduate include students who are known to be UK domiciled but whose exact region of domicile is unknown.
  13. Employment overseas includes self-employed and all categories of employment.
  14. Total employed includes those with ‘Not reported’ mode of employment.
  15. ‘Others’ includes students who gave their main activity as seeking employment or training but, because they gave their secondary activity as employment, study or training, are not assumed to be unemployed. It also includes other EU students reported as returning overseas (no other information available).