Data and analytics

Helping you to take advantage of data by making evidence-based decisions and addressing the strategic challenges and goals in your organisation

News: Combined data analytics expertise to benefit higher education sector

Put your data to work

Transform your students’ learning experience with the world’s first national learning analytics service for UK higher education.

Learning analytics
Tackle some of your key strategic challenges through data, with our support every step of the way.

Gain valuable insights from higher education data

Explore critical market intelligence through our range of bespoke data, visualisation and analytical services.

Tailored Datasets
Custom HESA data and reports built to your exact requirements. We’ll work with you to design them so you get exactly what you need. 

Data Consultancy
A bespoke consultancy service to support you in using HESA data to answer your key questions.

Heidi Plus
A data visualisation and analytics tool used by 97% of the UK’s higher education sector and sector bodies.

Workforce Explorer
An advanced dashboard suite accessible within Heidi Plus for senior management and HR professionals in higher education institutions to kickstart strategic conversations.

Analytics labs
A unique continuing professional development (CPD) experience available to data-savvy staff in education.

Progression through HE report
Designed for schools, our report tells you what happened to your post-16 pupils after they left your school or college.

HE Impact: Local Level report
Designed for local authorities, our report provides essential information on the movement of students and graduates into and out of your chosen location.

Design, distribute and analyse online surveys

Gather insights and benchmark your results against other organisations.

Online surveys
Designed specifically for education and research, our surveys are easy to use, cost-effective, support collaboration and safeguard your survey data.

The Call for Participants platform promotes academic research studies that anyone can take part in. We're now developing it into a service that will benefit the UK research community. 

Find out more about Call for Participants