Higher Education: Warrington

Business, Innovation and Skills written question – answered on 2nd July 2012.

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Photo of Helen Jones Helen Jones Shadow Minister (Communities and Local Government)

To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many young people aged 18 entered (a) full-time and (b) part-time higher education in each ward in Warrington in each year since 1997; and what proportion of 18-year-olds in Warrington borough this represents.

Photo of David Willetts David Willetts Minister of State (Universities and Science)

Information at ward level is not available. Information on the number of 18-year-old entrants to UK higher education institutions domiciled in Warrington unitary authority (UA) prior to their course, broken down by mode of study, is shown in the following table. Figures are provided for the academic years 1999/2000 to 2010/11. Figures for Warrington UA are not available prior to 1999/2000. Information for the 2011/12 academic year will become available from January 2013.

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills does not hold estimates of the proportion of 18-year-olds in Warrington UA.

Warrington domiciled (1) entrants (2) aged 18 (3) by mode of study, UK higher education institutions, academic years 1999/2000 to 2010/11
Number
  Mode of study
Academic year Full-time Part-time
1999/2000 545 5
2000/01 535 10
2001/02 590 10
2002/03 580 10
2003/04 625 10
2004/05 580 25
2005/06 645 20
2006/07 720 20
2007/08 695 20
2008/09 755 10
2009/10 840 30
2010/11 795 20
(1) Domicile refers to a student's permanent or home address prior to entry to their course. (2) Covers students in their first year of study. (3) Age as at 31 August in the reporting year. Notes: Figures are based on a HESA standard registration population and have been rounded up or down to the nearest multiple of five, so components may not sum to totals. Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Student Record.

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