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demography and potential shifts in entry qualifications patterns

Demography and potential shifts in entry qualifications/Patterns

Opportunities for Construction and Built Environment (CBE): New Learning Approaches and Pathways to HE‏‏, 12 March 2014

Dr Kath Galloway

Academic Associate, Higher Education Academy

policy
policy

Government’s response to White Paper consultation published June 2012;

  • Around 85,000 student places made contestable between Institutions
  • Unconstrained recruitment of around 70,000 students scoring ABB or above at A level or equivalent
  • Reduction of number of students required for an organisation to use title ‘university’ from 4,000 HE students to 1,000 HE students

Consulted on ‘new fit for purpose regulatory framework for HE’ and concluded that a risk based approach to regulating HE is the most desirable

Introduction of;

  • National Scholarship Programme in 2012-13 through to 2014-15 to help individual students from low-income backgrounds as they enter HE
  • System to designate specific courses at alternative providers. Designation of a course allows eligible English students on that course to access loans and grants from the Student Loans Company
  • 24+ Advanced Learning Loans for eligible learners aged 24 and over studying at Level 4

Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, 2013: Cap on student numbers at publicly funded HEIs removed by 2015-16, pledge to deliver 20,000 additional Higher Apprenticeships in England over next two years (£40m), for 2014-15 increase student numbers cap for HEFCE-funded Institutions by 30,000, STEM funding of £50m per academic year from 2015-16:‘Opportunities and risks’: Right reserved to re-impose number controls on Institutions that expand their student numbers at expense of quality.

demography
Demography

18 year old cohort set to fall 10% or so by 2020

Source: UCAS

demography1
demography

About 150,000 less 18- 20 year olds in UK population than 2009 by 2020

Source

http://www.hepi.ac.uk/455-1907/Higher-Education-Supply-and-Demand-to-2020.html

slide5
Construction and built environment entrants undergraduate and postrgraduate taught in England 2002-03 to 2011-12 (2002-03 base year)

Source: HEFCE

slide6
Construction and built environment entrants by mode of study in England 2002-03 to 2011-12 (2002-03 base year)

Source: HEFCE

slide7
Construction and built environment entrants in England UK and non uk 2007 – 08 to 2011 – 12 (2007 – 08 base year)

Source: HESA

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Entrants to Architecture, Building, Planning and Civil Engineering 2002 – 03 to 2011 – 2012 in England (2002 – 03 base year)

Source: HESA

number of entrants to building disciplines 2007 08 to 2011 12 in england
Number of entrants to Building disciplines 2007-08 to 2011-12 in England

Source: HESA

Annual totals

07-08: 9205

08-09: 8963

09-10: 8603

10-11: 7751

11-12: 6971

2014 to 2018 employment forecast uk selected occupations
2014 to 2018 employment forecast UK, selected occupations

Source: http://www.citb.co.uk/research/construction-skills-network/uk/

applications january 2014 deadline jacs 3
Applications: January 2014 deadline,Jacs 3

Source: UCAS

All domiciles

UK domiciles

entry qualifications patterns

150

140

Vocational

Entry qualifications/patterns

130

120

Proportion of 2012 value

110

Voc

A levels +

19 year olds holding Level 3, DfEdata 2008 – 2012 extrapolated to 2017 shown as proportion of 2012 value

Source: UCAS

100

90

A levels

80

70

60

apprenticeships construction facilities and utilities industries
Apprenticeships: construction, facilities and utilities industries

Issuing Authority Level

Construction Management CITB 4,5,6

Facilities Management Asset Skills 4,5

Power Engineering Energy and Utility Skills 4

Sustainable Resource

Management Energy and Utility Skills 4

Water Industry Energy and Utility Skills 4