Examples of HESA’ in a sentence
UKRI (formerly RCUK) expects equality and diversity to be “embedded at all levels and in all aspects of research practices, and uses “common schemes and benchmarks, such as Athena SWAN and HESA data” to be “consistent in their strategy and expectations” (UKRI, 2018).
Sources: HESA Student record [2016−17]; HESA Staff record [2016−17]; HESA Aggregate Offshore Record [multiple years]; HESA Student Outward Mobility record [2016−17]; SciVal Internationally co-authored papers with UK (2013−2017), accessed June 2018.
The HESA state school performance indicator demonstrates that the proportion of the young entry cohort from state schools has fallen to 67.3 per cent for 2012/13 from 70.3 per cent in the previous cycle, although our absolute number of entrants from state schools and colleges increased.
Based on the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) continuation measure in 2015-16 and 2016-17, males and females achieved our target for at least 90% retention overall.
Information will not be used by HESA in a way that would affect individual students, and precautions are taken to minimise the risk of identification of individuals from the published and released data.