Higher Education: Admissions

- Monday, 14th May 2012

 

Mortar Board and Certification

Mr Lilley: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many students enrolled in higher education institutions in (a) Scotland, (b) England, (c) Wales and (d) Northern Ireland were (i) UK students, (ii) domiciled in EU countries other than the UK and (iii) non-UK students in each year since 1997-98. [106523]

 

Mr Willetts: The latest available information on enrolments at UK higher education institutions by country of institution and country of domicile is shown in the following table for the academic years 1997/98 to 2010/11. Information on enrolments at UK higher education institutions for the 2011/12 academic year will become available from the Higher Education Statistics Agency in January 2013.

 

Enrolments (1by country of domicile (2and institution. UK higher education institutions. Academic years 1997/98 to 2010/11
    Country of domicile
Academic year Country of Institution UK Other EU Non-EU

1997/98

England

1,298,635

74,400

92,740

 

Wales

143,040

8,525

9,805

 

Scotland

80,950

5,060

4,665

 

Northern Ireland

35,960

4,865

905

1998/99

England

1,331,270

79,435

92,875

 

Wales

83,555

5,415

4,550

 

Scotland

147,490

8,745

10,605

 

Northern Ireland

36,630

4,595

910

1999/2000

England

1,333,405

79,640

97,500

 

Wales

86,170

5,580

4,400

 

Scotland

147,615

9,240

10,555

 

Northern Ireland

37,330

4,040

885

2000/01

England

1,366,390

79,270

107,040

 

Wales

149,575

8,745

10,060

 

Scotland

89,415

5,520

4,120

 

Northern Ireland

38,485

3,855

1,110

2001/02

England

1,402,540

73,890

117,940

 

Wales

94,695

5,310

4,675

 

Scotland

162,560

9,015

11,740

 

Northern Ireland

40,090

3,555

1,150

2002/03

England

1,462,385

72,490

142,660

 

Wales

99,730

5,215

6,045

 

Scotland

161,125

9,385

14,400

 

Northern Ireland

41,705

3,745

1,295

2003/04

England

1,523,405

70,775

161,250

 

Wales

100,860

5,095

6,750

 

Scotland

165,330

10,240

16,190

 

Northern Ireland

43,385

3,865

1,315

2004/05

England

1,558,560

78,365

163,750

 

Wales

102,930

5,580

7,580

 

Scotland

164,400

10,760

16,920

 

Northern Ireland

44,820

4,150

1,325

2005/06

England

1,567,270

82,625

164,975

 

Wales

101,200

5,435

8,295

 

Scotland

166,930

11,625

17,770

 

Northern Ireland

44,835

4,050

1,330

2006/07

England

1,520,310

86,495

171,835

 

Wales

103,590

5,695

9,140

 

Scotland

168,545

12,445

20,020

 

Northern Ireland

42,010

3,630

1,350

2007/08

England

1,577,955

91,100

178,100

 

Wales

99,390

6,010

9,545

 

Scotland

166,775

13,825

20,770

 

Northern Ireland

41,200

3,600

1,265

2008/09

England

1,614,685

95,475

190,545

 

Wales

99,340

6,195

11,275

 

Scotland

166,680

14,960

22,385

 

Northern Ireland

41,155

3,635

1,730

2009/10

England

1,659,980

101,405

214,220

 

Wales

98,290

6,360

13,650

 

Scotland

172,110

17,445

23,930

 

Northern Ireland

43,290

4,005

1,465

2010/11

England

1,659,655

106,340

227,125

 

Wales

99,720

6,185

14,845

 

Scotland

167,200

17,875

26,490

 

Northern Ireland

43,605

4,070

1,740

(1) Covers students in all years of study. (2) Domicile refers to the country of a student's permanent or home address prior to entry to their course. Note: Figures are based on a snapshot as at 1 December and have been rounded to the nearest five, so components may not sum to totals. Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Student Record

 

 

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