HESA’ definition

HESA’ means the Higher Education Support Act 2003, as amended;
HESA’ means the Higher Education Support Act 2003;
HESA’ means the Higher Education Support Act 2003; ‘maximum basic grant amount’ or ‘MBGA’ has the same meaning as in subclause 1(1) of Schedule 1 of HESA. In this agreement, unless the contrary intention appears: words in the singular include the plural and vice versa; clause headings or words in bold format are inserted for convenience only, and have no effect in limiting or extending the language of provisions; all references to dollars are to Australian dollars; unless stated otherwise, a reference to legislation is to legislation of the Commonwealth, as amended from time to time; an uncertainty or ambiguity in the meaning of a provision of this agreement will not be interpreted against a party just because that party prepared that provision; where a word or phrase is given a defined meaning, any other part of speech or grammatical form of that word or phrase has a corresponding meaning; and. where a word or phrase is not specifically defined in this agreement and the word or phrase occurs in the Higher Education Support Act 2003, the word or phrase will have the same meaning as in that Act. SIGNED for and on behalf of THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA by Dom English, First Assistant Secretary, Higher Education Division of the Department of Education, Skills and Employment as delegate of the Minister for Education. Signed by Dom English Date: 5 February 2021 In the presence of: Signed by Hayley Manning Position of witness Policy Officer SIGNED for and on behalf of SAE Institute Pty Ltd Signed by Dr Luke McMillan Position General Manager In the presence of: Signed by William Zuber Position or profession of witness Curriculum Manage

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.

More Definitions of HESA’

HESA’ means the Higher Education Support Act 2003 and includes any subordinate legislation or Ministerial determination made under that Act.
HESA’ means the Higher Education Support Act 2003 (Cth);
HESA’ means the Higher Education Support Act 2003 and includes any subordinate legislation or Ministerial determination made under that Act. ‘Institutional Performance Portfolio’ (IPP) is a report which provides an historical record of a university's performance based on information provided by the University and an analysis of the Higher Education Data Collections. An IPP will be prepared by the Commonwealth for the University annually using the latest available data. ‘Institutional Performance Portfolio Information Collection’ (IPPIC) is a set of Commonwealth instructions requesting that universities provide a submission to the Commonwealth, endorsed by the University's chief executive, that includes student, staff, financial and research information needed for the preparation of an Institutional Performance Portfolio for that university. ‘Minister’ means the Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills, Science and Research.
HESA’. HESA DataHigher Education Statistics Agency Limited (Registered Company No 2766993). Any information contained within or derived from data collected by HESA. "HESA Full Subscriber" An organisation which has agreed to provide the maximum level of data to HESA and to pay a subscription fee and consequently receives the benefits and services associated with being a full subscriber to HESA. "Heidi Plus Rounding Methodology" The application of the following processes to data or statistics relating to individuals or such other processes as may be notified by HESA Services from time to time and published in the Heidi Plus Operational Documentation: "Insolvency Event"  0, 1, 2 are rounded to 0.  All other numbers are rounded to the nearest multiple of 5.  Percentages based on fewer than 22.5. individuals are suppressed.  Averages based on 7 or fewer individuals are suppressed.  The above requirements relate to headcounts, FPE and FTE data.
HESA’ means the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health of the Parliament of Canada.
HESA’ means a hydroelectric energy supply agreement entered into between the IESO and OPG or its Affiliates.