News and insight
Since its inception, the ambition of the Data Futures programme has always been to improve the way we collect, process and disseminate data in line with an evolving, transforming HE sector. With this understanding we are extending our design phase, continuing to work closely with Statutory Customers, UUK, GuildHE, IHE, UCISA, ARC, AHUA, HESPA, SROC, software suppliers and providers through our Programme and Sponsoring Board, Provider forum and directly.
Joint research from HESA and the Department of Economics at Warwick University found graduates born in 1990 earned 11% more than non-graduates at age 26, compared to the 19% graduate premium enjoyed by graduates born in 1970.
The AP Student record has changed its name to the Student Alternative record.
Our data analytics team has joined Jisc to form a new data analytics directorate offering enhanced data analytics for the sector.
Project mandate and timeline published for major review of the Higher Education – Business and Community Interaction (HE-BCI) data collection.
Managing Director of HESA Statutory, Rob Phillpotts, discusses the background on Data Futures and our upcoming plans.
Questions in the Graduate Outcomes survey about subjective wellbeing have sparked discussion and lots of queries from HE providers and researchers. This blog post adds to the discussion, and answers some of those questions.
Data Futures programme update related to the scope and delivery timeframe for Data Futures
Today we have launched Phase 2 of the HESA Consultation. This phase provides an opportunity to comment on the proposed new HESA Subscription Agreement.
Consultation responses confirmed that HE providers greatly value the UK-wide annual collection of data about non-academic staff and university estates.