An assessment of the effect that changes made to higher education student finance will have on groups with relevant protected characteristics.
The changes for the 2018 to 19 academic year include:
The ‘PE and sport premium allocations 2017 to 2018’ document sets out how much funding the following types of school will get:
This report provides an overview of the main findings from the first release of data from the Race Disparity Audit.
As well as a review of each topic on the Ethnicity Facts and Figures website, the report presents an overview of disparities that have most impact across all aspects of people’s lives.
This analysis helps to understand and assess differences between ethnic groups, and to identify those public services where disparities are diminishing and those where work is needed to develop effective strategies to reduce disparities between ethnic groups.
Alternate Providers (APs) are HE providers who do not receive funding from the HEFCE or other Public Bodies and are not FE Colleges. Only providers that have completed the designation process are required to submit data to HESA. This process allows eligible students can access loans and grants from the Student Loans Company.
Statistics showing the percentage of students staying in education or going on to employment or training for at least 2 terms in the 2015 to 2016 academic year, after finishing study in the 2014 to 2015 academic year at:
Sustained destinations include:
How apprenticeship funding affects employers, from May 2017 onwards, including the apprenticeship levy and the online apprenticeship service.
The document valid until 31 August 2017 includes information on:
The document valid from 1 September 2017 also includes information on:
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