National Statistics

Participation rates in higher education: 2006 to 2017

Participation rates in higher education between the academic years 2006 to 2007 and 2016 to 2017.

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Main text: participation rates in higher education 2006 to 2017

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Tables: participation rates in higher education 2006 to 2017

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Tables: participation rates in higher education 2006 to 2017

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Pre-release access list: participation rates in higher education 2006 to 2017

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Details

These statistics include the higher education participation rate for students who are:

  • 17- to 30-years-old
  • in higher education (HE) for the first time
  • living in England
  • in UK HE institutions and English, Welsh and Scottish further education colleges
  • staying in HE for at least 6 months

Higher education analysis

Published 27 September 2018