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Joint research from HESA and the Department of Economics at Warwick University finds graduates with a first or upper second class degree earn more, relative to non-graduates, than their peers with lower class degrees.
Open data tables of staff demographic and contract characteristics show 31% of academic staff were of non-UK nationality in 2018/19.
Statistics showing the proportion of undergraduate entrants at each HE provider who did not continue into their second year of study.
The Data Futures Programme aims to transform the data collection infrastructure for the UK HE sector. The Programme announced previously that it was undertaking a further design phase to support the move from continuous to discrete collections.
As with any large-scale transformation project, Data Futures has had to address a range of factors, not least statutory, financial, technical, operational and commercial considerations.
Statistics showing the proportion of students at each HE provider from low participation neighbourhoods, from state schools, and in receipt of Disabled Students' Allowances.
Data released today includes information on UK transnational education, increasing numbers of full-time students living in private sector halls, and a recovery in numbers studying for MBA qualifications.
The 5 May 2020 Data Matters conference in London has been cancelled.
Invoices for HESA subscription fees have been submitted to UK higher education providers. New content on the HESA website explains how our subscription fees are calculated.