What areas do they work in?
The tables on this page break down staff numbers by cost centre (see full definition). Cost centres are an accounting concept used as a proxy for academic departments. All HE providers arrange their academic schools, faculties and departments differently. HESA cost centres are designed to be as comparable as possible between different providers.
Cost centre, sex and nationality
Full-time equivalent (FTE) indicates the proportion of a full-time year being undertaken over the course of the academic year 1 August to 31 July. This is different from the FPE tables above which count staff employed on a snapshot date of 1 December.
Note: Staff FTE data were labelled incorrectly by HESA in DT025 Table 6 and DT025 Table 11 of this release. This meant that FTE data labelled as excluding atypical staff were incorrectly including atypical staff. DT025 Table 6 and DT025 Table 11 were corrected and updated on 9 April 2019.
24% of academic staff worked in medicine, dentistry & health in 2017/18.
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