Below you can find all our releases to date. You can use the filters on the right to find the data you are most interested in.
This year's Graduate Outcomes data reflects the circumstances under which it was collected. Data was collected in a year in which unemployment rates rose across society and most travel was prohibited. This insight brief is part of our range of support to help users contextualise this year’s data.
HESA's Data and Innovation team use Census statistics to assess the quality of HESA's parental education and socio-economic classification data.
6.3% of young, UK domiciled, full-time, first degree entrants in 2016/17 did not continue into their second year in 2017/18. Figures for individual HE providers ranged from 1.0% to 18.6%
Experimental release of widening participation and non-continuation statistics for all UK HE providers including alternative providers. Figures are based on updated methodology.
In 2017/18 90% of UK domicile young entrants to full-time first degree courses came from state schools. Figures for individual HE providers ranged from 31% to 100%.
Statistics for UK HE providers, including alternative providers, showing the proportion of UK domiciled undergraduate leavers who were working or studying (or both) six months after graduation. The release also includes Widening Participation and Non-continuation indicators published earlier in 2018.
Provides information on the activities of students after they have left a higher education provider.
Data is collected through a survey carried out approximately six months after students leave. The publication includes information about what the leaver is doing - whether studying, working or both. Where a leaver is in employment, it records the type of industry, sector, occupation type and location.Free
First release of HESA Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) data from alternative providers
UK Performance Indicators is to provide an objective measure of how the UK higher education (HE) sector is performing. The employment indicator is based on the Destinations of Leavers in Higher Education (DLHE) survey and shows the percentage of UK domiciled undergraduate leavers from each HE provider who are working or studying (or both) six months after graduation.
Results of the 2016/17 Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey. 76% of leavers were in employment six months after graduation, 15% were in further study only, and 5% were unemployed.