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Booking is now open for the 16 January 2019 Data Matters conference.
HESA is proud to announce the completion of a key milestone in the Graduate Outcomes programme – the launch of the provider portal.
In this blog Rachel Fuidge discusses the updates found in 1.7.0 release of the Student 2019/20 (Data Futures) Coding Manual.
On 16 January 2019 the Data Matters conference will welcome data practitioners, quality professionals and digital service specialists to discuss topical issues around data and its use in higher education.
In this blog Rob Phillpotts provides an update on Data Futures following the specification workshops.
Statistics for UK HE providers, including alternative providers, showing the proportion of UK domiciled undergraduate leavers who were working or studying (or both) six months after graduation. The release also includes Widening Participation and Non-continuation indicators published earlier in 2018.Open data licence: CC-BY-4.0
Publication reveals differing outcomes for graduates from different subjects of study, the types of jobs that male and female graduates enter, and the salaries of those in full-time employment.
Steve Chambers, Delivery Lead at Tribal discusses the challenges and opportunities presented by the Data Futures programme from the perspective of a software provider.
First release of HESA Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) data from alternative providersOpen data licence: CC-BY-4.0