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Introduction to HESES12 tables. Corinna Chandler. London 20 September 2012. HESES12 tables for completion. List of tables to be completed Tables 1-3: Counts of years of instance (full-time, sandwich year-out, part-time) Table 4: Home and EU undergraduate whole years abroad

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introduction to heses12 tables
Introduction to HESES12 tables

Corinna Chandler

London

20 September 2012

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HESES12 tables for completion

  • List of tables to be completed
  • Tables 1-3: Counts of years of instance (full-time, sandwich year-out, part-time)
  • Table 4: Home and EU undergraduate whole years abroad
  • Table 5: Further student breakdowns for planning purposes
  • Table 6: Counts of years of instance monitored for student number control purposes
  • Table 7: 2013-14 Forecast of counts of HEFCE-fundable and employer co-funded years of instance and FTE
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Tables 1-3: Counts of years of instance (1)

  • What these tables collect
  • Table 1 = full-time, Table 2 = sandwich year-out, Table 3 = part-time
  • Price group (B, C, D, ITT(QTS), INSET(QTS))
  • Length of study (Standard, Long)
  • Level of study (UG, PGT, PGR)
  • Fundability status (HEFCE-fundable, non-fundable, Island and overseas)
  • Forecast of years not completed
  • Table 3 = FTE also
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Tables 1-3: Counts of years of instance (2)

  • What these tables are used for
  • Re-calculation of 2012-13 high cost funding and phase-out funding
  • Informing targeted allocations for 2013-14
  • Giving an early indication of the number of HE students studying in 2012-13
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Table 4: Home and EU undergraduate whole years abroad

  • What this table collects
  • Full-time and sandwich year-out undergraduate whole years abroad split by:
    • HEFCE-fundable and non-fundable
    • Regulated £0 and Regulated half fee levels
  • What this table is used for
  • Calculation of 2013-14 ERASMUS fee compensation
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Table 5: Further student breakdowns for planning purposes

  • What this table collects
  • Full-time/sandwich year-out and part-time, also split by Home, Other EU and Island and Overseas
  • Finer breakdown of level of study
  • HEFCE-fundable and non-fundable
  • All years as well as new entrants
  • Also collects data on years that are franchised out
  • What this table is used for
  • Largely used for government planning purposes
  • Not used for funding purposes
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Table 6: Counts of years of instance monitored for SNC purposes

  • What this table collects
  • Full-time years of instance monitored for 2012-13 student number control purposes
  • HEFCE-fundable and employer co-funded
  • Broken down by UG in AAB+ equivalent population, UG not in AAB+ equivalent population and PGCE
  • UG courses leading to a first registrable medical or dental qualification
  • Separates those who withdraw before census date from those who withdraw after census date
  • What this table is used for
  • Monitor recruitment against the student number control
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Table 7: 2013-14 Forecast of counts of years of instance and FTE

  • What this table collects
  • Price group (A, B, C/C1/C2, D)
  • Level of study (UG, PG or PG subject to UG fee)
  • Mode of study (full-time, sandwich year-out or part-time)
  • Old-regime or new-regime
  • Fundability status (HEFCE-fundable, employer co-funded)
  • FTE for part-time years
  • What this table is used for
  • Informing initial allocation of teaching funds for 2013-14
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