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Looking beyond access: How do graduate perceptions of their work vary by socioeconomic disadvantage?
HESA researchers explore the relationship between socioeconomic disadvantage and graduate outcomes.
HESA researchers explore the relation between graduates' own assessments of their work and the occupational classification of those jobs.
5.3% of young, full-time, first degree entrants in 2019/20 did not continue past their first year of study. This is the lowest non-continuation rate to be observed since UK Performance Indicators have been calculated.
HESA researchers look further at the utility of their new measure of disadvantage to the higher education sector.
In a follow up to his recent blog on weighting, Jonathan Waller (Director of Data and Innovation) shares some positive changes to the publication of the third year of Graduate Outcomes survey data due for release at the end of May.
As I enter my tenth year at HESA I’ve been reflecting on the changes I’ve seen during my time in Liaison and Training. Alongside the relentlessly nice people working here, the other main attraction at HESA is the job satisfaction from helping providers and that no day is ever the same.
90.2% of young UK full-time first degree entrants were from state schools or colleges.
Detailed open data released by HESA reveals further details about academic staff in the higher education workforce.
For year three (19/20) Graduate Outcomes data, we are pleased to confirm that weighting will not be applied. HESA will continue to assess any future requirement for weighting but in a more sustainable way and Jonathan Waller, Director of Data & Innovation, shares more about this in a blog.