Teaching not offices percentage of all NIA used for time-tabled teaching (2011/12, 2012/13)
King's College London has reported that the significant decrease to data item BNIATE - Teaching not offices percentage of all NIA (net internal area) used for timetabled teaching from 45.3% in 2011/12 to 8% in 2012/13 was due to errors being made in the interpretation of the data item in 2011/12 and before. This figure was previously reported as a percentage of the NIA teaching not offices rather than all NIA used for timetabled teaching.
Term-time address (2015/16)
The University of Leicester misreported term-time address data for 2,000 (52%) first year first degree students in 2015/16. Due to a system error, the term-time postcodes for these students have been incorrectly recorded as their postcodes for summer correspondence. This also affects term-time accommodation data. The 2,000 first year first degree students should have been reported as living in a provider maintained property but instead have been reported under the property type that their summer correspondence postcode relates to, such as a parental/guardian home.
Terms of employment (2015/16)
In 2015/16, The University of South Wales undertook a contractual review of contracts for all staff members. This, together with data validation conducted alongside the introduction of a new HR/Payroll system, resulted in adjustments to contract terms and changes to the numbers of employees engaged on permanent or fixed term contracts.
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Total capital expenditure (2012/13)
Loughborough University has misreported a number of items within Table 8 of their 2012/13 Finance Statistics return. These have been suppressed and show within the data as '..'. The affected items, with corrected figures, are as follows:
Other operations - Buildings, Total actual spend £000s: 13,816.
Other operations - Buildings, Internal funds £000s: (12,191).
Total capital expenditure, Total actual spend £000s: 20,863.
Total capital expenditure, Internal funds £000s: (4,851).
Please note that the following 2012/13 EMR data items will also be affected by this error: FNRCEX - Non-residential capital expenditure buildings; FCEXT - Total capital expenditure buildings.
Total collaborative research income, Table 1 (2015/16)
In 2015/16, Heriot-Watt University misreported their total collaborative research income within Table 1. This figure should have been closer to the 2014/15 figure of £24,124K.
Total income from Consultancy, Table 2 (2015/16)
In 2015/16, Heriot-Watt University misreported their total income from Consultancy within Table 2. This figure should have been £3,275K.
Total learner days of CE/CPD courses delivered, Table 2 (2014/15)
In 2014/15, University College London reported in error their Total learner days of CPD/CE courses delivered in HEBCI Table 2 as 20,966. This figure should read 29,966.
Total renewable energy generated onsite or offsite
In 2014/15, Swansea University have confirmed that they incorrectly reported their (EREGONF) Total renewable energy generated onsite or offsite as 42,160.000 kwh. Their value for Total renewable energy generated onsite or offsite should have been 193,384 kwh.
Total site area and Total grounds area - 2016/17
In 2016/17, University of the West of England, Bristol misreported their SMSAT – Total site area and SMGAT – Total grounds area. The submitted values of 84.772 and 80.780 respectively, should read 68.429 and 55.561.
Total waste mass (2016/17)
In 2016/17, Edge Hill University reported the total waste mass figure (EWMT) in Kg and not metric tonnes, therefore the figure should read 523.286 not 523,286.00 as recorded. EMWRCT and EWMENT should also have been recorded in metric tonnes and not Kg.
Total waste mass (2018/19)
For 2018/19, Royal Veterinary College omitted data for Total waste mass composting, and, Total waste mass used to create energy.
Tuition Fees (2018/19)
The Salvation Army does not charge its students tuition fees for the courses that they undertake. This affects Table 6: ‘Tuition fees and education contracts analysed by domicile, mode, level and source’ which details fee breakdown. Tables 1 and 7 also contain totals of fees as a source of income.
Tuition fees and education contacts, Table 6a (2011/12)
The University of Buckingham corrected some of their postgraduate courses, that previously had been treated as full time, to part time. This resulted in an increase in their fee income for part-time postgraduate taught from £26k in 2010/11 to £893k in 2011/12. Their full-time postgraduate taught fees income fell by a similar amount.
Tuition fees and education contracts - Table 6, 2015/16
In 2015/16, Kingston University incorrectly reported some figures within the Finance record Table 6, sections 1 and 2. The correct figures are as follows:
- 1 HE Course fees
- 1a Home and EU domiciled students
- 1ai Full-time undergraduate - Source of fees DH/LETB/Scottish Health Directorate = £8,190K
- 1ai Full-time undergraduate - Source of fees Other = £8,689K
- 1av Part-time postgraduate taught - Source of fees Other = £3,796K
- 1a Home and EU domiciled students
- 2 Non-credit bearing course fees - Total £2,985K
- 1 HE Course fees
Tuition fees and education contracts, Table 6a (2012/13)
Heriot-Watt University misreported £409K FE course fees in Finance Statisitcs return Table 6a. This figure should read 0.
In 2012/13 the University of the West of England, Bristol incorrectly returned 'Total HE Course fees from Full-time postgraduate research income' (Table 6a, Head 1aiii) as £708,000, this should have been -£2,769. The figure for 2013/14 is correct.
In 2012/13 St George's Hospital Medical School incorrectly returned 'Total FE Course fees' (Table 6a, Head 3) as £8,864,000, this should have been £0. The difference, £8,864,000, should have been reported under HE Course fees (Full-time undergraduate) DH/LETB/Scottish Health Directorate. The figures for 2013/14 are correct.
Tuition fees and education contracts, Table 6a (2013/14)
In 2013/14, Heriot-Watt University misreported £872K FE course fees in Finance Statistics Return Table 6a. This figure should read 0.
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.
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.
Undergraduate numbers (2012/13)
The Open University has had significant reductions in their undergraduate student numbers in England due to the impact of the new funding regime for part time undergraduate students introduced in 2012/13. This affects all categories of undergraduate students.