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Analysis of trends in higher education applications, admissions, and enrolments

This report examines trends in applications and acceptances to higher education in the UK, based on evidence from the 2014 application cycle. It follows on from the Independent Commission on Fees' previous report on applications and acceptances to higher education in the UK.

The report is consistent with earlier findings in showing that, although absolute numbers of applicants remain below historic levels, the proportion of school-leavers applying to university has largely recovered to its pre-2012 level. It further shows that this pattern is also reflected in the actual take-up of university places. However, it also shows that, while there has been a slight recovery in the numbers of over 19 year olds applying to and entering university, numbers remain well below their pre-2012 levels.

Author(s): Independent Commission on Fees

Production date: 2014

How to obtain: Download Analysis of trends in higher education applications, admissions, and enrolments

Communities: Diversity, Careers Information, Careers Advice and Guidance

Audiences: Academics, Careers practitioners

Format: Web


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