Rainbow UK Higher Education

Striving to Promote Equality and Diversity in UK Higher Education

ECU’s fifth annual statistical report will be published in November 2012

The fifth annual statistical report will be published in November 2012, presenting national higher education equality 2010/11 data and year-on-year comparisons showing the progress of equality across the sector over the last six years. The report will seek to provide a comprehensive reference point for equality monitoring data in the sector and the direction of travel nationally to aid in the identification of key equality issues and provide an evidence base for advocacy in these areas.

Throughout the report, links to bespoke heidi equality reports will be provided to further support higher education institutions in making comparisons between institutional level data and national figures.

Staff

Part 1 of the report will focus upon the gender, ethnicity, disability, and age profile of HE staff in the following areas: profile over time, occupational groups, contract types, professors, senior mangers, academic departments, academic contract type, salary, and academic salary range, and academic leavers. In addition, data on multiple identities (the interplay between protected characteristics) will also be included.

Students

Part 2 of the report will provide the gender, ethnicity, disability, and age profile of students studying HE in key stages of the student life cycle: profile over time, subjects, continuation rates, degree attainment, and leavers. A section on multiple identities will also be provided.

Via ECU

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