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.
The first release of HESA’s official staff data for 2016/17 shows an increase in total staff numbers in higher education and an increase in the proportions of female professors and senior academics.Open data licence: CC-BY-4.0
The first release of HESA’s official student enrolment data for 2016/17 shows an increase in the number of students in higher education, a decline in part-time students, and over a quarter of first degree graduates gaining a first.Open data licence: CC-BY-4.0
Tej Nathwani, Senior Statistical Analyst at HESA, considers the story behind the financial benefits of a first degree in economics from the responses to the latest Longitudinal Destination of Leavers survey. The breadth of data available enables a more detailed investigation to be made into the link between subject of study and earnings.
Following the release of the DLHE survey, Information Analyst Joe Macari looks at the destinations of UK-domiciled graduates – which reveals that 2015/16 graduates from UK higher education providers are working in 173 of the world’s 195 countries.
The Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Longitudinal survey captures information about the activities and perspectives of graduates three and a half years after they completed their studies. Our report analyses the 107,340 responses we received to the winter 2016/17 survey which contacted 2012/13 leavers.Open data licence: CC-BY-4.0