Home > Facts and stats > Data and analysis

Data and analysis

Report cover

Patterns and trends in UK higher education 2014

15 December 2014
The trends in higher education up to academic year 2012–13. Showing a period of change this was the first year of the new undergraduate funding regime, which in part contributed to a decline of 6.3% in student enrolment.

Report cover

Higher education in facts and figures 2014

13 November 2014
Statistics from academic year 2012–13 related to students at UK higher education institutions, and the income and expenditure of these institutions.

Report cover

Patterns and trends in UK higher education 2013

6 December 2013
2013 Patterns and trends continues the series on changing trends in higher education for academic year 2011–12. Data shows how the higher education sector has been changing.

Higher education in facts and figures 2013

29 August 2013
Statistics from academic year 2011–12 related to students at UK higher education institutions, and the income and expenditure of these institutions.

Report cover

Patterns and trends in UK higher education 2012

14 December 2012
2012 shows a period of continued growth for UK universities, with a steady rise in the number of students over the past decade.

Higher education in facts and figures 2012

3 September 2012
Presenting statistics from academic year 2010–11 relating to students, staff and finance for the whole of the UK higher education sector

Report cover

Patterns and trends in UK higher education - 2003 to 2011 reports

17 October 2011
Time series data produced annually since 2001 under the title 'Patterns of higher education institutions in the UK'.

Report cover

Higher education in facts and figures - 2005 to 2011 reports

17 August 2011
List of 'Higher education in facts and figures' publications from 2011 back to 2005.

Blog

A-level results day and Clearing 2019: reasons to be cheerful

12 August 2019
As A-level results day approaches, UUK’s Daniel Wake looks at recent trends in university admissions, and provides some final information to applicants, who for the first time can choose to put themselves into ‘Clearing’.