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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.
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 providers
HESA awarded Cyber Essentials PLUS certification, demonstrating HESA's commitment to keep data secure.
UK Performance Indicators is to provide an objective measure of how the UK higher education (HE) sector is performing. The employment indicator is based on the Destinations of Leavers in Higher Education (DLHE) survey and shows the percentage of UK domiciled undergraduate leavers from each HE provider who are working or studying (or both) six months after graduation.
To continue to develop the service we offer across the UK and to meet the requirements of HESA as the Designated Data Body for England we have been making some changes to our internal structure.
Rachel Hewitt discusses the success of the recent Graduate Outcomes conferences, and the inclusion of wellbeing questions in the survey
Results of the 2016/17 Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey. 76% of leavers were in employment six months after graduation, 15% were in further study only, and 5% were unemployed.
The Annual Report of the Data Landscape Steering Group (DLSG) highlights the commitment of major data users to a code of practice for data collectors.