Progression through HE: University and Workplace Outcomes
Where are your pupils now?
Have you ever wondered what happened to your post-16 pupils when they left your school or college? Did they go on to university to study a higher education degree and how well did they do? Were they successfully employed after graduation? We appreciate gathering such data for every pupil, year on year, can be a complex, time consuming and expensive task. We also understand how important these insights are for both your prospective and current pupils and their parents when considering longer-term education and career prospects.
If you would like a deeper understanding of your pupils' university and workplace outcomes, using robust data to support your business-critical challenges, contact our team today to explore your Progression through HE report.
Would understanding these metrics help shape your pupil recruitment strategy?
- Which universities did they attend?
- What degree classifications did they achieve?
- How many pupils went on to graduate?
- Were they successfully employed 6 months after graduation?
The Progression through HE report is an informative, analytical dashboard suite providing click-of-a-button insights explaining what happened to your key stage 5 pupils at university and beyond.
For full details of what is included in the report, please download the Progression through HE report product sheet: SEE PRODUCT SHEET
Demonstrate your impact on pupil outcomes:
- Careers guidance opportunities - Better understand how well you have prepared your pupils for further study and subsequent employment by analysing trends over time.
- Increased marketing power - Show prospective students and their parents how you have contributed to previous pupil cohort's outcomes.
- Competitive advantage - Benchmark your pupil outcomes against 3-5 competitors of your choice and the national average to empower your decisions and organisational planning.
- Shared knowledge - Easily interrogate and seamlessly share your interactive dashboard insights with colleagues and heads of departments.
Click-of-a-button analytical insights - The Progression through HE report: University and Workplace Outcomes
Which universities did your pupils attend? What proportion of these universities were in the Russell Group?
Which subjects did your pupils study at university? What proportion of these were STEM subjects?
Did your pupils continue their studies after their entry year? If not, what percentage dropped out?
What did your pupils do after graduation? What proportion were either employed or in further study?
What proportion of your pupils went into employment following graduation? What salary did they achieve?
Price - £1500 (Exc VAT)*
The Progression through HE report is launching April 2019.
*Introductory offer for 2019 only.
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Delivery format and timelines
Evaluate your impact on pupil outcomes to help shape your pupil recruitment strategy.
Register your interest for the Progression through HE report now.
The Progression through HE report is delivered in Tableau format giving you the ability to easily interrogate the dashboard suites. You can access the product by downloading Tableau reader (version 10.5 or above) free of charge.
Should you wish to analyse and present your findings outside of the Progression through HE report, you can export the unrounded data files to Excel for internal analysis while the images can also be exported for marketing and presentation materials.
Contact HESA for further information
Should you wish to discuss this product’s suitability for your school or college or would like to place an order contact us on [email protected] or call +44(0)1242 211 133.
HESA (Higher Education Statistics Agency) is the recognised source of data on higher education in the UK, and the Designated Data Body for England. Its experts collect, analyse, and disseminate accurate and comprehensive statistical information on all aspects of UK higher education to support the strategic aims of its users and enhance the effectiveness of the sector as a whole. It is a charity and a company limited by guarantee. It operates as an independent organisation, working in collaboration with higher education providers, regulators, funders, government departments, policy makers, and other stakeholders.