HESA researchers carry out an empirical analysis exploring the association between education provision, the skill level within the local population and productivity.
Analysis of trends in real earnings, accounting for inflation, for graduates responding to the first four years of the Graduate Outcomes survey.
How the association between neighbourhood deprivation and degree attainment differs by family background and the use of area-based measures in widening participation activity.
New briefing provides an overview of a new non-monetary job quality composite measure developed by HESA using the Graduate Outcomes survey.
Compared to previous ‘pandemic years’, the 2020/21 Graduate Outcomes respondents were surveyed at a point when the impact of the pandemic on daily life was decreasing steadily.
New experimental statistics show disparities in degree attainment between most and least deprived areas narrowed during COVID in Scotland and Northern Ireland, but widened in Wales.
HESA researchers explore whether family composition may be a factor that explains why some students respond with ‘I don’t know’ when asked about the qualifications attained by their parents in the UCAS form.
This research insight considers the effects of the pandemic on entry rates, mobility, and qualifications.
In this insight, HESA researchers introduce a new geographical mobility marker and explore the added value it could bring when examining graduate trajectories/outcomes.
New working paper provides further analysis of HESA's new measure of disadvantage.