As a Higher Education provider registered with the Office for Students (OfS) we are required to provide transparency data on specific areas regarding undergraduate attainment.
Transparency 2022 information
The information published in the below PDF includes data tables relating to the attainment of 2020-21 qualifiers.
Table 1a Attainment 2020-21
This worksheet contains table 1a which relates to attainment at the provider. This table presents the percentage of classified first degrees at grade 2:1 or above by characteristics for 2020-21 qualifiers.
Table 1b Attainment 2020-21
This worksheet contains table 1b which relates to attainment at the provider. This table presents detailed information on attainment by characteristics for 2020-21 qualifiers.
N/A: Not applicable as no applicants to this mode of study
N: 24 or fewer students in this population
DP: Data suppressed for data protection reasons.
Acronyms and terminology
BAME: Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups.
EIMD: English Index of Multiple Deprivation
Quintile: any of five equal groups into which a population can be divided.
EIMD quintile: English Index of Multiple Deprivation with Quintile 1 & 2 as most deprived and 3, 4 and 5 as least deprived.
Rounding and suppression
The data in tables 1a and 1b have been rounded and suppressed as follows:
Numerators and denominators have been rounded to the nearest 10. Where the numerator or denominator rounds to 20 or less, the data will be suppressed with an 'N'.
Percentages will be rounded according to the smallest, unsuppressed denominator with a given mode and characteristic. If the denominator rounds to:
- 50 or less: percentages are rounded to 5%
- 1000 or less: percentages are rounded to 1%
- More than 1000: percentages are rounded to 0.1%
'N/A' is displayed where there is no provision in a given mode or level
'DP' indicates suppression for data protection reasons. This is applied where the numerator is two or less, or differs from the denominator by no more than two students.
Page last updated 21st October 2022