2009/10 HESA Performance Indicators released

The latest HESA Performance Indicators (PIs) were released on 31st March and an analysis, undertaken by Planning Services, reveals that Exeter has narrowed the gap on benchmarks in key widening participation (WP) PIs.

The internal HESA PI analysis assesses Exeter's performance over the last five years in a number of measures looking at the proportion of students from under-represented groups such as lower socio-economic class backgrounds, low participation neighbourhoods, state schools and students who are in receipt of Disabled Students' Allowance. 

In addition to the indicators relating to under-represented students, the proportion of students who are projected to complete their degree (Progression PI) has been analysed to see how Exeter's latest score compares to rest of the sector as this PI is often used as a measure in domestic league tables and can have an impact on overall rank in such tables.

To get more information on HESA PIs and access to the full tables and definitions, please visit the HESA PI web pages.

 

 

 

 

Posted: 01/04/11



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