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In 2017/18 90% of UK domicile young entrants to full-time first degree courses came from state schools. Figures for individual HE providers ranged from 31% to 100%.
Open data release reveals that nursing and business studies together account for 10% of full-time first degree students in the UK.
HESA and Jisc are in discussion regarding the intention to integrate the two organisations more closely.
Official Statistics compliance review confirms standards of public value, trustworthiness, and quality. 2017/18 release to be published 17 January.
Several HESA systems and services will be unavailable from 24 December to 2 January.
As the co-regulated agency for collecting, assuring and disseminating higher education data in the UK, and the designated data body for higher education in England, HESA will support HE providers in meeting the data requirements of UK regulators and funding bodies.
HESA is delighted to announce that it has now appointed all of the suppliers who will support the delivery of Graduate Outcomes.
Alison Berry, Head of Operations & Performance, discusses the release of Student (Data Futures) version 2.0.0 of the coding manual