Changing a filter automatically updates both the chart and the table.
This data only applies to English higher education providers.
The charts only include data for the years 2012-13, 2014-15, 2016-17 and 2018-19 but data for all years between 2010-11 and 2018-19 can be found in the table.
Counts have been rounded to the nearest five and proportions have been rounded to the nearest 0.1. Additionally, in circumstances where the combination of study and student characteristics applies to less than 23 individuals, then neither the count nor proportion is presented.
‘No response’ in the table indicates the number of students for which their characteristic was not reported by their provider.
When ‘Subject of study (detailed)' is selected, by default eight subjects are displayed but the filter that appears can be used to change, add to or remove these subjects. The data for all subject groups is always displayed in the table.
When ‘Subject of study (broad)’ is selected, these constitute experimental statistics, not official statistics. This is because this broad grouping of subjects is newly developed. More information can be found in the methodology document below.
The qualifiers population includes those who qualified at a lower level than the level at which they were studying (e.g. a student studying for a postgraduate degree who qualified with an undergraduate degree). These statistics differ from the access and participation dashboard in that respect.