We aim to transform the higher education data landscape. Our data also shapes policy and decision making in the sector and beyond.
Our Data Futures programme will transform the data collection process. Our vision is for a modernised and more efficient approach to collecting HE data.
The Collection Design Project has been established to define a model of student data collection that will meet the requirements of a broad range of stakeholders.
The benefits of open data to the higher education sector are clear. This is why we're aiming to publish much of our data as open data over the next five years.
We shape the HE data landscape. Our expert knowledge of the sector helps us determine current and future data requirements.
The Advisory Panel exists to support the work of the Data Landscape Steering Group. It includes representatives from a large number of organisations and perspectives.
We work with providers to enhance their data maturity and capabilities. It is only with this advanced understanding that providers can realise the full potential of data.
We manage the HE Classification of Subjects (HECoS) which has been developed as a replacement for the Joint Academic Coding System (JACS) and can be used by a broad range of HE-related bodies.
We curate an inventory of higher education data collections. This inventory is designed to enhance understanding of the range and nature of data collections that take place.