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Universities UK Higher education in facts and figures 2013

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Universities UK Higher education in facts and figures 2013

  1. 1. HIGHER EDUCATION IN FACTS AND FIGURES Higher education: a core strategic asset to the UK Summer 2013
  2. 2. For further information: Tel +44 (0)20 7419 4111 Web www.universitiesuk.ac.uk Email info@universitiesuk.ac.uk www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/ highereducationinfocus Higher education in facts and figures covers the majority of higher education provision in the UK. The data is derived from a variety of sources.
  3. 3. Contents Students Students at higher education institutions in the UK by country of institution, 2011-12 5 Acceptances to UK higher education institutions, 2010-2012 6 Higher education participation rates, 1999-2012 7 Full-time and part-time higher education students by level of study at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 8 Higher education students by domicile and level of study at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 9 Trends in higher education student enrolments at UK higher education institutions, 1994-95 to 2011-12 10 Higher education qualifications awarded at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 11 Students by subject area at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 12 Percentage of young entrants to full-time first degree courses from low participation neighbourhoods by subject, 2011-12 13 Domicile of non-EU students at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 14 3 Contents
  4. 4. Contents Finance Institutional income from non-EU domiciled students 2002-03 to 2011-12 and non-EU domiciled student numbers 15 Income and size of UK higher education institutions, 2010-11 and 2011-12 16 Income of and expenditure by UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 17 HEFCE capital funding, 1999-2015, in real terms (2012-13 prices) 18 Public expenditure on higher education as a percentage of GDP, 2010 19 Staff Academic staff at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 20 Salary of academic and non-academic staff at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 21 Annexe Sources 22 Abbreviations 23 Contents 4
  5. 5. Students at higher education institutions in the UK by country of institution, 2011-12 Source: HESA (2013) Students 0 500 1,000 0 Scotland England N. Ireland 0 100 50 150 Wales 100 50 150 0 100 50 150 UG full-time PG full-time UG part-time PG part-time Increase from 2010-11 Decrease from 2010-11 18 HEIs 4 HEIs 10 HEIs 130 HEIs (Thousands) 5 Students
  6. 6. Acceptances to UK higher education institutions, 2010-2012 (Full-time undergraduates only) Acceptances Acceptances as a proportion of applicants 2010 2011 2012 2010 2011 2012 Men 220,085 221,876 208,287 71.7% 72.3% 73.1% Women 267,244 270,154 256,623 68.4% 68.7% 69.6% % women 54.8% 54.9% 55.2% UK applicants 424,634 431,235 407,391 72.4% 73.2% 74.8% EU applicants 25,607 26,701 23,233 54.1% 54.2% 53.8% Non-EU applicants 37,088 34,094 34,286 58.7% 55.4% 52.2% % non-UK domiciled 12.9% 12.4% 12.4% Total 487,329 492,030 464,910 69.9% 70.3% 71.1% Source: UCAS (2010-2012) Students 6
  7. 7. Higher education participation rates, 1999-2012 Source: BIS, Scottish Government, DELNI (2013) 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 Participationrate(%) 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 HEIPR - English domiciled 17-30-year-old students Scottish HEIPR: Scottish domiciled 16-30-year-old students Higher Education Age Participation Index (Northern Ireland) students aged under 21 * Due to a change in underlying data for England, a discontinuity has been introduced from 2006-07 onwards 7 Students
  8. 8. Full-time and part-time higher education students by level of study at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 Source: HESA (2013) Students 775,245 1,721,400 516,165 230,45030,090 228,990 78,975 1,411,975 UG PG research PG taught Total 1,928,140 109,065 459,440 2,496,645 Full-time Part-time Mode of study 8 Students
  9. 9. Higher education students by domicile and level of study at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 Source: HESA (2013) Students 17,730 35,405 129,740 73,965 124,710 132,550 First degree Other UG PG research PG taught Total 1,541,365 386,770 109,065 459,440 2,496,640 2,061,410 302,680 1,342,690 359,920 9,120 294,295 64,505 14,060 30,500 UK EU Domicile Non-EU 9 Students
  10. 10. Trends in higher education student enrolments at UK higher education institutions, 1994-95 to 2011-12 Source: HESA (2013) Students Percentage change 1994-95 2010-11 to to 2011-12 2011-12 56.5% 0.8% 49.1% 3.3% 81.1% -5.3% 69.5% -3.4% 138.5% -0.2% 26.0% -7.0% 59.3% -0.2% 1994-95 2010-11 2011-12 Undergraduate 1,231,988 1,912,580 1,928,140 Postgraduate 335,325 588,720 568,505 All students 1,567,313 2,501,300 2,496,645 Full-time Part-time Full-time Part-time 10 Students
  11. 11. Higher education qualifications awarded at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 Source: HESA (2013) Students First degree Other UGqualification Foundation degree Otherhigher degree PGCE Other PGqualification Doctorate Mode of study Full-time 350,800 47,430 16,500 133,305 18,980 14,890 16,645 Part-time 40,185 57,555 10,645 40,535 1,300 34,645 3,790 Totals 390,985 104,985 27,145 173,840 20,280 49,535 20,435 Undergraduate Postgraduate 11 Students
  12. 12. Students by subject area at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 Source: HESA (2013) Students 0 100,000 200,000 300,000 Business Healthallied subjects Socialstudies Education Biologicalsciences Artsanddesign Engineering Languages History Computing Physicalsciences Combined subjects Law Medicine& dentistry Architecture Mass communication Mathematics Agriculture Veterinary science Postgraduate female Postgraduate male Undergraduate female Undergraduate male 12 Students
  13. 13. Source: HESA Performance Indicators (2013) Percentage of young entrants to full-time first degree courses from low participation neighbourhoods by subject, 2011-12 0% 30% 40% 50% 20% 10% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Computing Education Mass communication Law Artsand design Health alliedsubjects Biological studies Allsubjects Business Agriculture Socialstudies Mathematics Engineering Physicalstudies Languages Architecture Combined subjects History Medicine, dentistry&vet Other neighbourhoods Low participation neighbourhood 13 Students
  14. 14. Total non-EU domiciled students Real terms income 2,500 3,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 Realtermsincomein£million Non-EUstudentnumbers 300,000 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Source: HESA Finance (multiple years) Institutional income from non-EU domiciled students 2002-03 to 2011-12 and non-EU domiciled student numbers 3,000 15 Finance
  15. 15. Source: HESA (2013) Finance Income and size of higher education institutions, 2010-11 and 2011-12 Income More than £1bn £500-1000m £200-500m £100-200m £50-100m £20-50m £10-20m Less than £10m Number of students More than 200,000 50,000-200,000 30,000-50,000 25,000-30,000 20,000-25,000 15,000-20,000 10,000-15,000 5,000-10,000 1,000-5,000 Less than 1,000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Total income 2011-2012 Total income 2010-2011 Number of students 2011-2012 Number of students 2010-2011 16 Finance
  16. 16. Source: HESA (2012) Finance Income of and expenditure by UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 Staff costs 55.5% Interest and other finance costs 1.4% Depreciation 5.8% Other operating expenses 37.3% Total expenditure £26.7 billion Funding council grants 29.6% Full-time UK and EU HE fees 18% Part-time UK and EU HE fees 2.4% Endowment & investment income 1% Other income 18.6% Research grants & contracts 16.2% Other fees and support grants* 2.6% * including non credit-bearing course fees Non-EU domicile HE fees 11.6% Total income £27.9 billion 17 Finance
  17. 17. HEFCE capital funding, 1999-2015, in real terms (2012-13 prices) This chart is for England only. RPIF: Research Partnership Investment Fund Source: HEFCE 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0 £millions 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Real terms minus RPIF (Indicative) Real terms (2012-13 prices) Finance 18
  18. 18. Source: OECD (2013) Public expenditure on higher education institutions as a percentage of GDP, 2010 0.0%-0.49% 0.50%-0.74% 0.75%-0.99% 1.00%-1.24% 1.25%-1.49% 1.50% and above No data 19 Finance
  19. 19. Source: HESA (2013) Staff Academic staff at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 The percentages reflect the proportion of academic staff in the relevant column. Full-time Part-time Total Total academic staff 117,845 63,540 181,385 Female 39% 55% 45% Disabled 3% 3% 3% Non UK nationality 28% 18% 24% BME (Black and minority ethnic groups) 13% 9% 12% Wholly institutionally financed 72% 88% 77% Research only 29% 11% 23% Aged 34 or under 26% 24% 25% Aged 50 or over 30% 39% 33% Professorial status 14% 4% 10% Highest qualification held: PhD 60% 23% 47% 20 Staff
  20. 20. Source: HESA (2013) Staff Salary of academic and non-academic staff at UK higher education institutions, 2011-12 0 60,000 40,000 Staff Up to £17k £17k-23k £23k-31k £31k-42k £42k-56k Over £56k 20,000 32% 20% 21% 27% Male academic Female academic Male non-academic Female non-academic Percentage of employees from total 21 Staff
  21. 21. BIS Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) DELNI Department for Employment and Learning Northern Ireland HESA (2013) Finance HESA (2013) Finance Plus 2011-12 HESA (2013) Staff HESA (2013) Staff in Higher Education Institutions 2011-12 HESA (2013) Students HESA (2013) Students in Higher Education Institutions 2011-12 OECD (2013) Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2013) Education at a Glance 2013: OECD Indicators Table B2.3 Scottish Government Scottish Government SFC Scottish Funding Council UCAS Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), 2010-2012 data All data and further information on sources can be found on our website www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/highereducationinfocus Sources 22 Sources
  22. 22. EEA European Economic Area (EU countries plus Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) HEI Higher education institution HEIPR Higher Education Initial Participation Rate HESA Higher Education Statistics Agency PG Postgraduate PGCE Postgraduate Certificate in Education UG Undergraduate Abbreviations 23 Abbreviations
  23. 23. © The copyright for this publication is held by Universities UK. The material may be copied or reproduced provided that the source is acknowledged and the material, wholly or in part, is not used for commercial gain. Use of the material for commercial gain requires the prior written permission of Universities UK. About Universities UK Universities UK is the representative organisation for the UK’s universities. Founded in 1918, our mission is to be the definitive voice for all universities in the UK, providing high quality leadership and support to our members to promote a successful and diverse higher education sector. With 133 members and offices in London, Cardiff and Edinburgh, we promote the strength and success of UK universities nationally and internationally. Universities UK Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9HQ Tel +44 (0)20 7419 4111 Email info@universitiesuk.ac.uk Web www.universitiesuk.ac.uk Twitter: @UniversitiesUK ISBN 978-1-84036-290-9 August 2013

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