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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.
OfS to consult on proposal.
Alpha to Beta blogpost series
Participating in Beta is one of the best ways to review what you do and don’t know.
Detailed open data released by HESA reveals the uneven distribution of rising student numbers in 2020/21.
January marks not only the start of a new calendar year but also the start of the next phase of the HESA review of the Higher Education Business and Community Interaction (HE-BCI) data collection.
The first release of HESA staff data for the 2020/21 academic year reveals the demographic make-up of staff in UK higher education, and the details of their employment contracts.
Second blogpost in the series aimed at those joining the Beta phase, and to assist colleagues preparing for the 2022/23 collection on the HESA Data Platform.