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Data Provider: Welsh Government National Statistics Destination of Welsh domiciled qualifiers by activity, level and mode

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[Collapse]ModeFull-time includes full-time and sandwich study, plus those writing-up theses following full-time study.<br /><br />Part-time includes part-time study, full-time  on courses lasting less than 24 weeks, block release or studying during the evenings, plus those writing-up theses following part-time study.<br />[Filter]
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[Collapse]ActivityThe employment and study circumstances of the leaver on 14 April 2008 (if the leaver obtained the qualification between 1 August 2007 and 31 December 2007) or on 12 January 2009 (if the leaver obtained the qualification between 1 January 2008 and 31 July 2008).<br /><br />Employment <br /><br />Employment only includes those graduates who reported that they were in full-time paid work (including self-employed/freelance), part-time paid work, voluntary or unpaid work, and who were not also in study, training or research. <br /><br />Full-time employment only includes those who reported that they were in full-time paid work (including self-employed/freelance) and who were not also in study, training or research. <br /><br />Combination of work and further study includes those who reported that they were in full-time paid work (including self-employed/freelance), part-time paid work, voluntary or unpaid work, and who were also in full-time or part-time study, training or research. <br /><br />Unemployment <br /><br />Assumed to be unemployed includes those students who gave their employment circumstances as unemployed and looking for employment, further study or training, and who were also either in part-time study, training or research or not studying, plus those who were due to start a job within the next month and who were also either in part-time study, training or research or not studying. <br /><br />Further study <br /><br />Further study only includes those who gave their employment circumstances as temporarily sick or unable to work, looking after the home or family, not employed but not looking for employment, further study or training, or something else and who were also either in full-time or part-time study, training or reserach, plus those who were due to start a job within the next month or unemployed and looking for employment, further study or training and who were also in full-time study, training or research.<br />[Filter]
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[Collapse]PostgraduatePostgraduate qualifications include doctorate degrees, masters degrees, other postgraduate qualifications, post experience taught masters degree, Master of business administration (MBA), pre registration masters degree, postgraduate bachelors degree at level M, postgraduate certificate in Education (PGCE) or professional graduate diploma in Education, other taught qualification at level M.[Collapse]First DegreeFirst degree includes first degree with honours, integrated undergraduate/ postgraduate taught masters (enhanced/ extended), Ordinary (non-honours) first degrees, pre-registration first degree, post graduate bachelors degree at level H.[Collapse]Other UndergraduateOther Undergraduate includes graduate diplomas, professional graduate certificate in education (PGCE), other qualifications at level \'H\', foundations degrees, diploma of higher education, higher national diploma, certificate of higher education and higher national certificates.
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AllFull-time paid workFull-time employment only includes those who reported that they were in full-time paid work (including self-employed/freelance) and who were not also in study, training or research.63666448584931524351
Part-time paid work13101215101411101113
Voluntary/unpaid work1112-The data item is not exactly zero, but estimated as zero or less than half the final digit shown21111
Work and studyCombination of work and further study includes those who reported that they were in full-time paid work (including self-employed/freelance), part-time paid work, voluntary or unpaid work, and who were also in full-time or part-time study, training or research.6159915914272211
Further studyFurther study only includes those who gave their employment circumstances as temporarily sick or unable to work, looking after the home or family, not employed but not looking for employment, further study or training, or something else and who were also either in full-time or part-time study, training or reserach, plus those who were due to start a job within the next month or unemployed and looking for employment, further study or training and who were also in full-time study, training or research.746144143141512
Assumed to be unemployedAssumed to be unemployed includes those students who gave their employment circumstances as unemployed and looking for employment, further study or training, and who were also either in part-time study, training or research or not studying, plus those who were due to start a job within the next month and who were also either in part-time study, training or research or not studying.6258387246
Not available for employment2224743333
Other1111211111
Explicit refusal.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable
Non-Response.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable.The data item is not applicable

Metadata

Title

EDUC0044: Destination of Welsh domiciled qualifers by activity

Author

ELLS Welsh Assembly Government

Notes

Last update:October 2012

Was added to StatsWales: October 2012

Next Update: No longer updated.
Will be added to StatsWales by: September 2013 (provisional)

Source: HESA

Contact: post16ed.Stats@wales.gsi.gov.uk



NOTES



The Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey was introduced by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) for qualifiers from the 2002/03 academic year onwards. The survey replaces the former First Destination Supplement with coverage increased to include part-time students and more detailed questions on the destinations of leavers.The survey only provides a snapshot at about six months after graduation and does not reflect long term outcomes of HE qualifiers.



Further information on the destinations of qualifiers from across the UK is available in the HESA publication Destination of Leavers from Higher Education.



Coverage

The HESA Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education target population for 2010/11 contains all United Kingdom (UK) and European Union (EU) domiciled students reported to HESA for the reporting period 1 August 2010 to 31 July 2011 as obtaining relevant qualifications and whose study was full-time or part-time (including sandwich students for full time and those writing-up theses for part time).



Relevant qualifications for inclusion in the DLHE return are postgraduate degrees, postgraduate diplomas and certificates, Postgraduate Certificates in Education (PGCE), first degrees (excludes intercalated degrees), Diplomas of Higher Education (DipHE), Certificates of Higher Education (CertHE), foundation degrees, Higher National Diplomas (HND) or Higher National Certificates (HNC). The population for the DLHE return does not necessarily represent the full cohort graduating during the reporting period; examples of those excluded are professional qualifications (e.g. associate membership or membership of a body such as the Institute of Bankers) and undergraduate diplomas and certificates (other than foundation degrees, HND, DipHE, HNC and CertHE).

The reference dates for this DLHE return were 20 April 2011 (if the leaver obtained the qualification between 1 August 2010 and 31 December 2010) and 11 January 2012 (if the leaver obtained the qualification between 1 January 2011 and 31 July 2011).





Rounding

The presentation of figures in this table follow the principles of the current HESA rounding strategy. The strategy is intended to prevent the disclosure of personal information about any individual. A summary of the strategy is as follows:

1. Numbers 0, 1, 2 are rounded to 0 and are represented as '*'.

2. All other numbers are rounded to the nearest 5.

So for example 3 is represented as 5, 22 is represented as 20, 3286 is represented as 3285 while 20, 55, 3510 remain unchanged.



Total figures are also subject to this rounding methodology; the consequence of which is that the sum of numbers in each row or column may not match the total shown precisely.



Percentage less than 0.5 per cent are represented by '-'.



Response rates

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