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Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Longitudinal 2008/09

Release date: August 2013

Longitudinal Destinations data provides a rich insight into the employment and study patterns of leavers three and a half years into their careers.

The publication includes data about leavers' activities and their satisfaction with their careers to date.

Data is linked to our Student record and early Destinations survey (DLHE). This allows analysis of activities by attributes such as sex, subject of study and qualification obtained and by activity reported in the DLHE survey.

  • Table 1: Destinations of leavers by level of qualification obtained, activity and domicile 2002/03, 2004/05, 2006/07 and 2008/09
  • Table 2: Destinations of leavers 2008/09 by level of qualification obtained, activity, domicile, institution mission group and region of institution
  • Table 3a: Destinations of leavers 2008/09 by level of qualification obtained, domicile, mode of study, gender and activity
  • Table 3b: Destinations of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 by level of qualification obtained, mode of study, age group and activity
  • Table 3c: Destinations of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 by level of qualification obtained, mode of study, ethnicity and activity
  • Table 3d: Destinations of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 by level of qualification obtained, mode of study, disability and activity
  • Table 4: Destinations of UK domiciled leavers who obtained first degrees 2008/09 by mode of study, gender, class of first degree and activity
  • Table 5: Destinations of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 by level of qualification obtained, mode of study and activity at early survey
  • Table 6: Destinations of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 by level of qualification obtained, mode of study, subject area and activity
  • Table 7a: UK domiciled full-time leavers 2008/09 in employment by level of qualification obtained, subject area and Standard Industrial Classification of employer
  • Table 7b: UK domiciled part-time leavers 2008/09 in employment by level of qualification obtained, subject area and Standard Industrial Classification of employer
  • Table 8: UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in employment by level of qualification obtained, mode of study, subject area and Standard Occupational Classification
  • Table 9: UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in employment by Standard Industrial Classification and Standard Occupational Classification
  • Table 10: UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in employment by Standard Industrial Classification of employer at early survey and Standard Industrial Classification of employer
  • Table 11a: UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in full-time paid UK employment (excluding self-employed) by level of qualification obtained, mode of study, gender, institution mission group, region of institution and salary band
  • Table 11b:  UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in full-time paid UK employment (excluding self-employed) by level of qualification obtained, subject area and salary band
  • Table 11c:  Salary growth for UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in full-time paid UK employment (excluding self-employed) by level of qualification obtained and subject area
  • Table 12: Geographical distribution of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in employment within the UK by level of qualification obtained, region of domicile and region of employment
  • Table 13: Geographical distribution of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in employment within the UK by level of qualification obtained, region of institution and region of employment
  • Table 14: Geographical distribution of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in employment within the UK by level of qualification obtained, region of employment at early survey and region of employment at longitudinal survey
  • Table 15: UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 in employment by level of qualification obtained, subject area and factors of importance in gaining current job
  • Table 16: Leavers 2008/09 engaged in further study by level of qualification obtained, domicile, mode of study, gender, institution mission group, region of institution and qualification aim
  • Table 17: UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 engaged in further study by subject area and subject area of further study
  • Table 18: UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 who achieved further qualifications by gender, level of qualification obtained, institution mission group, region of institution and level of highest qualification achieved
  • Table 19: UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 by level of qualification obtained, gender, institution mission group, subject area and by likelihood of choosing a different subject, HE institution, type of qualification or to do something completely different
  • Table 20: Destinations of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09, by level of qualification obtained, gender, institution mission group, subject area, activity, satisfaction with career to date and view of value for money of course
  • Table 21: Destinations of UK domiciled leavers 2008/09 by level of qualification obtained, gender, institution mission group, subject area, activity and view of HE experience
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