Data set from Higher Level Learners in England

Higher level learners by index of multiple deprivation quintile - 2018/19 academic year

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English domiciled entrants and total number of learners to higher-level learning in England by Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) quintile of domicile, academic year 2018/19


Data set details

Theme
Higher education
Publication
Higher Level Learners in England
Release type
Geographic levels
National
Indicators
  • All students
  • Number of entrants
  • Percentage of all students by characteristic
Filters
  • Index of multiple deprivation quintile
  • Qualification level
  • Type of higher level learning
Time period
2018/19

Data set preview

Table showing first 5 rows, from underlying data
time_periodtime_identifiergeographic_levelcountry_namecountry_codelevelhe_type_broadIMD_quintilenumber_of_entrantsnumber_of_students_totalpercentage_entrants_by_characteristicpercentage_all_students_by_characteristic
201819Academic yearNationalEnglandE92000001Level 4Apprenticeship14055705516.416.2
201819Academic yearNationalEnglandE92000001Level 4Institutional credit in Higher Education Providers11150126512.913.2
201819Academic yearNationalEnglandE92000001Level 4OfS Recognised HE14935641025.522.8
201819Academic yearNationalEnglandE92000001Level 4Other Higher Level12695396019.219.1
201819Academic yearNationalEnglandE92000001Level 4Apprenticeship25025865520.419.9

Variables in this data set

Table showing first 5 of 7 variables
Variable nameVariable description
he_type_broadType of higher level learning
IMD_quintileIndex of multiple deprivation quintile
levelQualification level
number_of_entrantsNumber of entrants
number_of_students_totalAll students

Footnotes

  1. See the about release section for explanation of differences from other official statistics on apprenticeships and higher education.

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