Degree programme accreditation report and scorecard
This new report designed for higher education course accreditors includes bespoke analysis giving a complete overview of students studying your profession at UK universities.
Expert analysts group the courses you currently accredit together and benchmark them against non-accredited comparators in key areas to aid your decision making. The accompanying scorecard offers detailed, course-level analysis using a range of metrics to support your programme accreditation strategy.
Benefits to you
As a higher education course accreditor, this can help you:
Secure the long-term health of your profession (such as education, engineering, construction or accounting) by making data-driven course accreditation decisions
Make sure you're working with the right universities to accredit the right courses
Strengthen the supply chain of your subject's workforce with graduates who have the right skills
Gain critical evidence about entry numbers, dropout rates (see screenshot below), international student recruitment, widening participation, diversity, course qualifications and post-graduation activity (including employment/study details)
Who the accreditation report and scorecard is for
Professional membership bodies that accredit university courses, looking to measure student performance across higher education in their chosen profession
Accreditors who want to identify new courses or review their current portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate course accreditation
Professional bodies looking to improve their decision-making using evidence from expert HE analysts and trusted HESA data
Regulatory bodies that want to work with the right universities to ensure they are meeting the professional standards of their industry
As well as those that:
Want a detailed overview of a chosen subject area in higher education
Are looking for the latest trends to create better engagement policies with students studying for professions in your industry
Are looking to expand the reach of their membership by engaging with students while they are studying to enhance their career development
Want to understand the diversity of students studying courses at university within your profession
It collects, assures and disseminates data about higher education (HE) in the UK on behalf of statutory bodies. As the trusted source of HE data it plays a key role in supporting and enhancing the competitive strength of the sector. Collaborating with HE providers in each of the four nations to collect and curate one of the world’s leading HE data resources.
Using this knowledge and expertise HESA provides a rich, readily available resource for data users.