News and insight
The COVID-19 outbreak was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization on 11 March 2020, roughly two thirds of the way through the 2019/20 academic year.
The first release of HESA student data for the 2020/21 academic year shows a 9% increase in overall student numbers. This includes an 11% increase in part-time student numbers.
We want you to come away from our training feeling more confident and informed about the HESA record you are working on. So, if you’re attending one of our webinars this year, here’s the ultimate guide of how to get the most out of it.
Our Director of Statutory Operations, Alison Berry, has written a blogpost about the countdown towards the 2022/23 collection.
HESA will be closed from 15:00 on 24 December to 3 January 2022. We will be back at work on Tuesday 4 January.
Our Training team have put their festive thinking hats on (a.k.a. Santa hats) and thought of five things you can do to boost your HESA learning this winter break.
We have prepared a series of blogs aimed at those colleagues joining the Beta phase and to assist colleagues preparing for the 2022/23 collection on the HESA Data Platform.
Geographical analysis of HESA's new statistical measure of the design and nature of work.
As a key steward of higher education data HESA has responded to the UK government’s wide-ranging consultation on data protection.