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HESA has released statistics for UK HE providers, including alternative providers, showing the proportion of undergraduate entrants from state schools and low participation neighbourhoods. The experimental statistics also include non-continuation rates for full-time entrants in 2015/16. Originally published on 27 March 2018, further tables were added on 19 April 2018.
The latest HE Business and Community Interaction (HE-BCI) survey reveals the extent of UK universities’ engagement in the economy and the application of their work outside of academic environments. Results reveal over 4,000 new graduate start-ups in 2016/17.
The purpose of performance indicators is to provide an objective measure of how the UK higher education (HE) sector is performing. This is the second of our releases this year and focuses on student retention.
Finance Plus contains the full finance statistics return for UK higher education providers. Data includes detailed income and expenditure analysis and balance sheet information. The most recent editions include financial profile ratios....£399.60
Higher Education Statistics for the UK serves as a quick reference guide to high-level data on all aspects of higher education in the UK. Data is published in a number of releases produced over the year. Information about HE finances was added on 7 March 2018.
Following OFFA's appointment of HESA and CFE Research to undertake research into the facilitators and barriers to part-time study, particularly amongst those from disadvantaged backgrounds, Matt Clarke, Analytical Solutions Specialist at HESA, provides an update on the initial analysis.
Staff in Higher Educationprovides detailed data on academic and non-academic staff employed at UK higher education providers.£61.20
HESA's experimental Official Statistics publication, Higher Education Student Statistics: Alternative Providers, 2016/17 is published as an open data release. It covers students on specified courses at alternative providers - higher education providers who do not receive recurrent public funding and are not included in HESA's other student data releases. For the first time, this release includes data on the totality of HE provision in the UK, including publicly funded HE providers, alternative providers, and HE level study at Further Education Colleges.
In 2016/17 90% of UK domicile young entrants to full-time first degree courses came from state schools. Figures for individual HE providers ranged from 44.1% to 100%.