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  • Country of activity (2012/13)

    Robert Gordon University has incorrectly recorded country of activity as country of domicile in their Aggregate offshore record data where Type of activity is ‘Type 2 – Registered at reporting institution - studying overseas for UK HEI award other than at an overseas campus of reporting institution’.

    Within the 2012/13 data there should be 1 student in Venezuela, 10 students in Sri Lanka, 308 students in Switzerland and 112 students in Algeria. Robert Gordon University only had collaborations in these four countries in 2012/13.

    Aggregate offshore Country of activity
  • Offshore study (2008/09)

    Oxford Brookes University returned data for students registered with an overseas partner for the first time in 2008/09. This provision comprises substantial numbers of students on Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) programmes and, although not previously reported, is not new provision.

    Aggregate offshore Student Staff student ratio
  • Offshore study (2010/11)

    Students registered at Oxford Brookes University accounted for 47.6% of the total population of the 2010/11 Aggregate Offshore record. The majority of these students were registered with an overseas partner on Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) programmes.

    Aggregate offshore
  • Offshore study (2011/12)

    Students registered at Oxford Brookes University accounted for 44.1% of the total population of the 2011/12 Aggregate Offshore record. The majority of these students were registered with an overseas partner on Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) programmes.

    Aggregate offshore
  • Offshore study (2012/13)

    In 2012/13, students registered at Oxford Brookes University accounted for 43.7% of the total population of the Aggregate offshore record. The majority of these students were registered with an overseas partner on Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) programmes.

    Aggregate offshore Population
  • Offshore study (2013/14)

    In 2013/14, students registered at Oxford Brookes University accounted for 43.2% of the total population of the Aggregate offshore record. The majority of these students were registered with an overseas partner on Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) programmes.

    Aggregate offshore
  • Offshore study (2014/15)

    In 2014/15, students registered at Oxford Brookes University accounted for 42.6% of the total population of the Aggregate offshore record. The majority of these students were registered with an overseas partner on Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) programmes.

    Aggregate offshore
  • Offshore study (2015/16)

    In 2015/16, students registered at Oxford Brookes University accounted for 45.0% of the total population of the Aggregate offshore record. The majority of these students were registered with an overseas partner on Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) programmes.

    Aggregate offshore
  • Offshore study (2016/17)

    In 2016/17, students registered at Oxford Brookes University accounted for 43.1% of the total population of the Aggregate offshore record. The majority of these students were registered with an overseas partner on Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) programmes.

     

    Aggregate offshore
  • Offshore study numbers (2011/12)

    Due to a double submission of Aggregate Offshore data in 2011/12 the real numbers for Plymouth University should be exactly halved in all areas, giving an overall total of 562 instead of 1124.

    Aggregate offshore
  • Overseas validated provision (up to 2013/14)

    Until 2013/14, Loughborough University omitted to include overseas validated provision in their Aggregate Offshore data return. This issue has now been rectified and accounts for the increase from 215 in 2012/13 to 1930 in 2013/14.

    Aggregate offshore
  • Part-time postgraduate taught overseas students (2014/15)

    In 2014/15, the University of Warwick moved 1540 part-time postgraduate taught overseas students registered on a Distance Learning MBA programme from the student record to the aggregate offshore record. Such students would have been included in the student record in previous years, and this will now show a large downward shift in the instance numbers within the part-time postgraduate taught population. These students studied by distance learning, are domiciled overseas, and therefore do not fall within the coverage of the student return.

    Aggregate offshore Student Level of study
  • Population clarifications (2011/12)

    In 2011/12, as a result of a clarification in the coverage, several providers returned a substantial number of additional students in the Aggregate offshore record when compared to 2010/11. These increases do not represent new provision, but rather represent previously unreported students registered with an overseas partner for an award validated by the UK provider. Coventry University and The Open University show notable increases.

    Aggregate offshore Population
  • Taught masters - Aggregate Offshore - 2014/15

    In 2014/15 the University of London returned approximately 2,680 taught masters students in the Aggregate Offshore Record in error. These students were studying with The School of Oriental and African Studies who also returned data about these students.

    Aggregate offshore
  • Type of activity (2016/17)

    Birmingham City University reviewed the classification of the Type code for their Aggregate Offshore Record students in 2016/17. This increased the numbers of their Type 2 students (Registered at reporting provider - studying overseas for UK HEP award other than at an overseas campus of reporting provider) from 0 in 2015/16 to 3,000 in 2016/17 and decreased their Type 4 students (Registered at overseas partner organisation - studying overseas for an award of the reporting provider) from 2,380 in 2015/16 to 415 in 2016/17.

    Aggregate offshore
  • Type of offshore provision (2012/13)

    Birmingham City University have reviewed their coding of their Aggregate offshore record students for 2012/13. As a result they have adjusted their type 2 students (Registered at reporting institution - studying overseas for UK HEI award other than at an overseas campus of reporting institution) to type 4 (Registered at overseas partner organisation - studying overseas for an award of the reporting institution). They have confirmed that data for previous years was incorrectly coded.

    Aggregate offshore