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  • Financial statement (2010/11)

    The 2010/11 HESA Finance Statistics return submission is based on the following providers' draft consolidated financial statements: Aberystwyth University and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.

    Finance
  • Financial statement (2011/12)

    The 2011/12 HESA Finance Statistics return submission for the University of Glamorgan is based on the institutions' draft consolidated financial statement.

    Finance
  • Financial statement (2013/14)

    The 2013/14, HESA Finance Statistics return submission for Harper Adams University is based on the institutions' draft consolidated financial statement.

    Finance
  • Financial statement (2015/16)

    From 2015/16 the University Campus Suffolk has returned its own Finance data. In previous years the following is applicable:
    The Finance record for The University of East Anglia and The University of Essex include figures for income, net return, net assets and deferred capital grants for the University Campus Suffolk, which is a 50:50 joint venture between these two universities.

    The 2015/16 HESA Finance record for the following HE providers is based on the providers' draft consolidated financial statement:
    The University of Sunderland
    Heriot-Watt University
    The University of Dundee
    The University of Wales (central functions)
    The University of Winchester

    Finance
  • Financial statement (2016/17)

    The 2016/17 HESA Finance record for the following HE provider is based on the providers' draft consolidated financial statement:

    The University of Greenwich

    Finance
  • Financial year ends (2017/18 onwards)

    Some providers changed their financial year end months. These providers can appear twice or not at all within certain academic years in the open data tables. The table grand totals will contain all provider values for the academic year.

  • Financial year ends (2019/20)

    For their financial year ending in 2020, Spurgeon's College had a financial year end of 31/07/20. For their financial year ending in 2019, the financial year end was 31/08/19. Therefore, the financial year ending 31/07/20 for this provider covers an eleven month period. As such, each of these year ends appear as separate rows when the 2019/20 option in the academic year filter is selected in the open data tables.

    For their financial year ending in 2020, UCK Limited had a financial year end of 31/07/20. For their financial year ending in 2019, the financial year end was 31/08/19. Therefore, the financial year ending 31/07/20 for this provider covers an eleven month period. As such, each of these year ends appear as separate rows when the 2019/20 option in the academic year filter is selected in the open data tables.

    TEDI-London was established on 3 May 2019. For their financial year ending in 2020 the provider had a financial year end of 31/07/2020, therefore the provider’s first financial reporting period is 15 months long. In addition, the data published within the Consolidated statement of cash flows (Table 4 of the open data) has not been subject to external audit. TEDI-London is in start-up and will not receive students until September 2021.

    For their financial year ending in 2020, British Academy of Jewellery Limited had a financial year end of 30/06/20. For their previous financial year, the financial year end was 31/12/18. Therefore, the financial year ending 30/06/20 for this provider covers an eighteen month period.

    For their financial year ending in 2019, Central Film School London Ltd had a financial year end of September 2019. For their financial year ending in 2018, the financial year end was August 2018. Therefore, the financial year ending September 2019 for this provider covers a thirteen month period.

    Dartington Hall Trust do not have a financial year end that falls in the 2019/20 HESA academic year, and so are not present in the 2019/20 data.

    Finance
  • Financial year ends (2020/21)

    For their financial year ending in 2021, Regent's University London Limited had a financial year end of 30/06/2021. This covered a nine month period.
     
    For their financial year ending in 2021, Guildhall School of Music & Drama had a financial year end of 31/03/2021. This covered an eight month period.
     
    For their financial year ending in 2020 Dartington Hall Trust had a financial year end of 31/08/20. For their financial year ending in 2019, the financial year end was 31/03/19. Therefore the financial year ending 31/08/20 for this provider covers a 17 month period.

    For their financial year ending in 2020 HULT International Business School Ltd had a financial year end of 30/09/2020. For their financial year ending in 2021, the financial year end was 31/07/21. Therefore the financial year ending 31/07/2021 for this provider covers a 10 month period. As such, each of these year ends appear as separate rows when the 2020/21 option in the academic year filter is selected in the open data tables.

    Finance
  • Financial year ends (2021/22)

    For their financial year ending in 2021 Results Consortium Limited had a financial year end of 31/03/2021. For their financial year ending in 2022, the financial year end was 31/07/22. Therefore the financial year ending 31/07/2022 for this provider covers a 16 month period.

    For their financial year ending in 2020 The Minster Centre had a financial year end of 31/12/2020. For their financial year ending in 2022, the financial year end was 30/06/22. Therefore the financial year ending 30/06/2022 for this provider covers an 18 month period.

    For their financial year ending in 2020 The University of Law Limited had a financial year end of 30/11/2020. For their financial year ending in 2022, the financial year end was 31/05/22. Therefore the financial year ending 31/05/2022 for this provider covers an 18 month period.

    Finance
  • First degree qualifier numbers (2016/17)

    In 2016/17, Kingston University incorrectly reported 35 first degree qualifiers. These were already reported in 2015/16.

    Student Qualifications obtained
  • First year full-time student numbers (2018/19)

    University of Suffolk completed the first full academic year running courses with St. Pirans School (LSC) in the 2018/19 data. This has increased the first year full-time student numbers.

    Student First year marker
  • First year student enrolments (2020/21)

    In 2020/21, the numbers of First year students (7,740) at Arden University is greater than the number in Other years (4,020). This is in due to opening of a new study centre, located in Leeds, and the continued growth of full and part-time provision.

     

    Student
  • First year student enrolments (2020/21)

    In 2020/21, the number of First year students (545) at University Centre Peterborough is greater than the number in Other years (155). This is due to a merger between Stamford College and Peterborough College, which resulted in University Centre Peterborough inheriting all the HE provisions from these colleges meaning that the providers first year student population consists of Nationals from Peterborough College and the HE provisions from Stamford College in addition to the providers own expected students.

    Student
  • First year students (2016/17)

    Please note following the introduction of The British School of Osteopathy in 2016/17 all of their students have been returned as first years even though this provider was previously part of the University of Bedfordshire.

    Student First year marker
  • First year, first degree student numbers (2014/15)

    A number of higher education providers have noted that due to the relaxation of student number controls their first year first degree numbers have increased above the sector average.

    Student Level of study
  • Foundation degree and other undergraduate student numbers (2010/11, 2011/12)

    Exeter University incorrectly reported 375 students in 2010/11 as foundation degrees; they should be coded as other undergraduates. The data has therefore been reported correctly in 2011/12 and explains the drop in foundation degrees and increase in other undergraduates.

    Student Level of study
  • Foundation degree qualifiers (2010/11)

    The University of Exeter incorrectly reported 375 qualifiers in 2010/11 as Foundation degrees; they should be coded as Other Undergraduates (specifically I80 - Other qualification at level I). This was corrected for 2011/12.

    Student Level of study Qualifications obtained
  • Foundation degree student numbers and qualifiers (2019/20)

    To avoid an overlap and a duplication of figures, the Department for the Economy Northern Ireland (DfENI) advised Queen's University Belfast and Stranmillis University College to change their recording practices during 2019/20. They no longer report on foundation degrees that are offered as part of a validated collaborative arrangement with Further Education Colleges. This change in reporting practices accounts for the decrease to 0 enrolments in foundation degree courses and qualifications awarded at these providers in 2019/20.

    Both providers have therefore been excluded from Table T3d of the Non-continuation UK Performance Indicators as the change in reporting incorrectly inflates the rate of entrants no longer in HE in 2019/20.

    Performance Indicators Student
  • Free events attendees, Table 5 (2021/22)

    In 2021/22, Teesside University saw an increase in Free events attendees for exhibitions (galleries, museums etc.) from 45 in 2020/21 to 48,228 in 2021/22 due to the lifting of COVID19 restrictions.

    Business and community interaction
  • Free events, attendees (2019/20)

    In 2019/20, The University of Central Lancashire reported an increase in table 5 of those attending ‘Other’ free events from 228,003,000 in 2018/19 to 483,022,347 in 2019/20.This was due to a number of popular interviews including one on Earthworms and how they helped Charles Darwin's research.

    Business and community interaction HE-BCI collection

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