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    Graduate outcomes (LEO): postgraduate outcomes
  2. Step 2 Select a data set or featured table

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    Underlying data UK domiciled postgraduates - subject table
  3. Step 3 Choose Countries

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    • Great Britain
  4. Step 4 Choose time period

    Time period
    2018-19
  5. Step 5 Choose your filters

    Indicators
    • Gender gap
    • Graduates included in earnings figures
    Graduate sex
    • Female + male
    Subject studied
    • 1 . PGCE
    • 10 . Psychology
    • 11 . Veterinary sciences
    • 12 . Agriculture, food and related studies
    • 13 . Physics and astronomy
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    'Underlying data UK domiciled postgraduates - subject table' for 1 . PGCE, 10 . Psychology, 11 . Veterinary sciences, 12 . Agriculture, food and related studies, 13 . Physics and astronomy and 33 other filters in Great Britain for 2018-19
    Graduates included in earnings figuresGender gap
    1 . PGCE13,6306.0%
    2 . MBA1,93528.0%
    3 . Medicine and dentistry1,92536.1%
    4 . Pharmacology, toxicology and pharmacy63016.7%
    5 . Nursing and midwifery2,94516.1%
    6 . Medical sciences55021.2%
    7 . Allied health3,72524.2%
    8 . Biosciences1,0003.5%
    9 . Sport and exercise sciences47015.4%
    10 . Psychology2,46514.6%
    11 . Veterinary sciences6026.5%
    12 . Agriculture, food and related studies30017.9%
    13 . Physics and astronomy24012.6%
    14 . Chemistry1354.2%
    15 . General, applied and forensic sciences2453.8%
    16 . Mathematical sciences42024.5%
    17 . Engineering1,91522.0%
    18 . Materials and technology38022.9%
    19 . Computing1,30520.7%
    20 . Architecture, building and planning2,76010.5%
    21 . Sociology, social policy and anthropology1,89517.5%
    22 . Economics47012.8%
    23 . Politics1,18510.8%
    24 . Health and social care2,3209.6%
    25 . Law3,14517.7%
    26 . Business and management7,72521.0%
    27 . English studies1,3904.2%
    28 . Celtic studiescz
    29 . Languages and area studies65012.2%
    30 . History and archaeology1,72511.1%
    31 . Philosophy and religious studies5309.9%
    32 . Education and teaching10,09518.0%
    33 . Combined and general studies32517.3%
    34 . Media, journalism and communications1,5003.8%
    35 . Creative arts and design1,62017.5%
    36 . Performing arts1,0156.0%
    37 . Geography, earth and environmental studies1,21511.5%

    Footnotes

    1. All populations are rounded to the nearest 5 full-person equivalent (FPE) individuals
    2. In the 2018/19 tax year, 1 YAG (one year after graduation) relates to those who graduated in the 2016/17 academic year, 3 YAG to graduates in 2014/15, 5 YAG to graduates in 2012/13 and 10 YAG to graduates in 2007/08.

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