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UK Performance Indicators is to provide an objective measure of how the UK higher education (HE) sector is performing. The employment indicator is based on the Destinations of Leavers in Higher Education (DLHE) survey and shows the percentage of UK domiciled undergraduate leavers from each HE provider who are working or studying (or both) six months after graduation.
To continue to develop the service we offer across the UK and to meet the requirements of HESA as the Designated Data Body for England we have been making some changes to our internal structure.
Rachel Hewitt discusses the success of the recent Graduate Outcomes conferences, and the inclusion of wellbeing questions in the survey
Results of the 2016/17 Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey. 76% of leavers were in employment six months after graduation, 15% were in further study only, and 5% were unemployed.
The Annual Report of the Data Landscape Steering Group (DLSG) highlights the commitment of major data users to a code of practice for data collectors.
Rachel Hewitt provides an update on the Graduate Outcomes project, including the publication of the final survey, and looks at what is coming next.
HESA and Jisc have published the latest interactive dashboards drawn from The Guardian higher education league tables.
All HESA subscriber higher education (HE) providers can now access the alternative HE provider (AP) Student and AP Destinations of Leavers (DLHE) data via Heidi Plus.
Finances of Higher Education Providers 2016/17 reveals breakdown of the sector's expenditure by activity.