Statistics on Higher education in European

Introduction

This Statistical First Release (SFR) has been produced by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) in collaboration with statisticians from the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), the Welsh Government (WG), the Scottish Government (SG) and the Department for Employment and Learning Northern Ireland (DEL(NI)). It has been released according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.HESA logo It provides details of student enrolments and qualifications obtained by higher education (HE) students at HE institutions (HEIs) in the United Kingdom (UK) for the academic year 2011/12. This SFR also includes information from the HESA Aggregate Offshore Record. This record captures students studying wholly outside the UK who are either registered with the reporting institution or who are studying for an award of the reporting institution.

Readers should be aware that data definitions sometimes change over time and this can affect the validity of time series comparisons. Any significant changes have been explained in the Notes to Editors and/or Definitions.

Chart 2 - First year student enrolments on HE courses by level of study and mode of study 2007/08 to 2011/12Key points - enrolments (all UK HEIs)

The total number of HE enrolments at UK HEIs stood at 2, 496, 645 in 2011/12, showing no percentage difference from 2010/11. Postgraduate enrolments decreased by 3% between 2010/11 and 2011/12 while undergraduate enrolments increased by 1% between 2010/11 and 2011/12 (see Table 1 and Chart 1).

Over the time series shown in this SFR the overall number enrolled on HE courses has risen consecutively from 2, 306, 105 in 2007/08 to 2, 501, 295 in 2010/11. The total stood at 2, 496, 645 in 2011/12 showing the first decrease in overall numbers. Postgraduate numbers have increased each year from 2007/08 to 2010/11 decreasing for the first time in 2011/12. Undergraduate enrolments have increased each year over this same time frame apart from a slight decrease in 2010/11.

1, 721, 400 of all enrolments were full-time, an increase in numbers of 3% since 2010/11, continuing the trend of increasing full-time numbers over the time series shown. 775, 240 enrolments were part-time showing a decrease of 6% since 2010/11. Part-time numbers peaked in 2009/10 and have decreased since (Ref. Table 1 and Chart 1).

Chart 3 - Student enrolments on HE courses by level of study, mode of study and domicile 2011/12 Chart 5 - Percentage change in student enrolments on HE courses by subject area and level of study between 2010/11 and 2011/12 Chart 7 - Qualifications obtained at UK HEIs 2011/12 Chart 8 - Qualifications obtained at UK HEIs 2007/08 to 2011/12 by level of qualification
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2003-04-27 14:28:56 by thatstrueanywhere

It's a tough thing to do comparing marriages culturally. In much of Africa, men are not seen as men if they don't have as many partners (and children) as possible. In some Arabic societies, exta-marrital sex is seen as wrong for both sexes, unless you are of a certain caste then it is as a demand for men and banishment for women. The spread of AIDS in Latin cultures through marriage has less to do with the sanctity of marriage and the catholic church than it does with the lack of education and off the chart rates of illiteracy.
The spead of AIDS through marriage is high throughout Europe and America, too

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