KIS collection 2015/16

Overview

This section is an introduction and overview of the C15061 KIS record collection.

  • Introduction - Background information relating to the collection

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Data specification

This section contains information about the record specification.

  • Coverage of the record - The criteria for the return of data in the record
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  • Data model - Describes the entities included in the record and the relationship between them
  • Data items - Directory of all data items collected, and the guidance surrounding them. Displayed by entity, and sortable for ease of searching
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  • File structure - Describes the physical structure of the record
  • C15061.xsd - Schema for the structure of the XML file
  • C15061DataTypes.xsd - Schema for the data types used in the XML file
  • C15061CodeLists.xsd - Schema for the valid codes for use in the XML file

Further guidance

This section contains the supporting documentation and additional information to assist in understanding and compiling the return.

Submission process and quality assurance

This section contains information relating to the data submission process together with tools to assist in data quality assurance.

HESA statistical output

We produce a range of statistical outputs for public, academic and commercial use. Our outputs range from free statistics, available via our annual publication introductions and Free stats online web pages where you will find many facts and figures in text, tables and chart formats. More detailed statistics can be obtained from purchasing the full annual publications or via our Bespoke Data Service. heidi is a web-based management information service that provides easy access to a rich source of quantitative data about higher education.

 

Related news items

This section contains news bulletins relating to this record collection.

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