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Newly published data on the ethnicity, disability and age of students awarded HE qualifications in the UK.
Update on the current position of Data Futures, in light of risks raised by the Programme Team, and a recent independent review of the programme.
6.3% of young, UK domiciled, full-time, first degree entrants in 2016/17 did not continue into their second year in 2017/18. Figures for individual HE providers ranged from 1.0% to 18.6%
Experimental release of widening participation and non-continuation statistics for all UK HE providers including alternative providers. Figures are based on updated methodology.
Product owner Rachel Fuidge provides an update on recording full-time equivalence in the 2019/20 specification, including the proposed hybrid approach.
New open data release reveals changes in academic departments and their reliance on non-UK nationality staff.
First release of alternative providers' student enrolment and qualifications data for 2017/18.
Product owner Rachel Fuidge discusses the work to date to finalise the Student 2019/20 specification including updates on consultation activity.
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.