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									Sources for Higher education in focus: Driving economic growth
                           Figure                                              Figure title
                      Figure 1.1    Expenditure on research and development, 2010


                      Figure 1.2    Population, 2010


                      Figure 1.3    Articles published, 2010


                      Figure 1.4    Performance and productivity, 2010 - Share of world citations
 Global competition




                                    Performance and productivity, 2010 - Relative index of share of world citations per unit
                      Figure 1.5
                                    spend on GERD

                      Figure 1.6    Proportion of 25-64 year-olds with a higher education qualification, 2009
                                    Change in the proportion of 25-64 year olds with a higher education qualification, 1997-
                      Figure 1.7
                                    2009
                      Figure 1.8    Potential for growth of high level skills in adult population, 2009
                      Figure 1.9    Projected number of graduates per year
                      Figure 1.10   High skill levels and local area, 2010
                      Figure 1.11   Share of UK job losses in the recession by occupation, June 2008 to March 2010
                      Figure 1.12   Percentage of graduates within occupations, 2010
                      Figure 1.13   Future demand for skills to 2017

                      Figure 1.14   Projection of new jobs to be created in the UK between 2007 and 2017
                                    Performance of UK businesses and graduate start-ups during the recession (year on year
                      Figure 2.1
                                    change in number)
                                    Restructuring of the UK economy towards knowledge-based services (Gross Value Added
                      Figure 2.2
                                    (GVA), 1970-2007)
                      Figure 2.3    Innovative enterprises driving job creation in the UK economy, 2003-2005
 Innovation
Innovation



              Figure 2.4    Innovation and higher education, 2010


              Figure 2.5    High level skills in the UK creative sector, 2010
                            Contribution of creative industries to the UK economy (average annual growth in GVA,
              Figure 2.6
                            1997-2007)
              Figure 2.7    Employment in UK creative industries, 2010

              Figure 2.8    Innovation from UK university research, 1953-2006

              Figure 2.9    Innovation for the future based on current UK university research
              Figure 3.1    Mature students (UK-domiciled only) at UK higher education institutions, 2009/10
                            Age group as proportion of all full-time and part-time enrolments in UK higher education
              Figure 3.2
                            institutions, 2009/10
                            Postgraduate taught students (UK-domiciled only) at UK higher education institutions,
              Figure 3.3
                            2009/10
              Figure 3.4    Number of UK higher education institutions offering work-based courses, 2009/10
                            Students (UK-domiciled only) starting professional training at UK higher education
              Figure 3.5
                            institutions
              Figure 3.6    Types of industries with which UK higher education institutions engage, 2009/10
                            Ways in which UK higher education institutions contribute to regional economic
              Figure 3.7
                            development (number of institutions), 2009/10
Connections




              Figure 3.8    Proportion of SMEs engaging with higher education institutions by region, 2010
              Figure 3.9    Number of graduate start-up companies, 2009/10
              Figure 3.10   Number of consultancy contracts with SMEs, 2009/10
              Figure 3.11   Market share of internationally mobile students (%), 2009

              Figure 3.12   Growth in the number of internationally mobile students
                            International students as a proportion of all students (%) and number of countries
              Figure 3.13
                            represented in higher education sector, 2009
              Figure 3.14   Change in market share of internationally mobile students, 2000-2009


              Figure 3.15   Export earnings for the UK economy, 2008/09 prices
                                                       Source
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research
Base 2011 (data portal) London: BIS
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research
Base London: BIS

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research
Base London: BIS

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research
Base London: BIS

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research
Base London: BIS
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators
Paris: OECD (table A1.3a)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators
Paris: OECD (table A1.4)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators
Paris: OECD (table A1.3a)
Schleicher A (2010) Presentation to the Universities UK annual conference, OECD
UK Commission for Employment and Skills (2010) Ambition 2020: World class skills and jobs for the UK
The Work Foundation (2011) A Plan for Growth in the Knowledge Economy: Technical Annex Lancaster: The Work
Foundation
Labour Force Survey 2010
UK Commission for Employment and Skills (2010) Working Futures 2007-2017 London: UKCES

UK Commission for Employment and Skills (2010) Working Futures 2007-2017 London: UKCES
Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA) and UK Business: Activity,
Size and Location – 2010 (ONS)
The Work Foundation (2011) A Plan for Growth in the Knowledge Economy Lancaster: The Work Foundation
NESTA (2009) The vital 6 per cent: How high-growth innovative businesses generate prosperity and jobs London:
NESTA
OECD (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators and European Commission (2011) Innovation Union
Scoreboard 2010


Skillset (2011) Sector Skills Assessment for the Creative Media Industries in the UK London: Skillset
Department for Culture, Media and Sport (2010) Creative industries economic estimates London: DCMS

Department for Culture, Media and Sport (2010) Creative industries economic estimates London: DCMS
Universities UK (2006) Eureka UK - 100 discoveries and developments in UK universities that have changed the
world London: UUK
Research Councils UK and Universities UK (2011) Big ideas for the future: UK research that will have a profound
effect on our future Swindon: RCUK
HESA Student Record 2009/10
HESA Student Record 2009/10

HESA Student Record 2009/10
Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)
Training and Development Agency for Schools, Scottish Funding Council, Welsh Assembly Government, HESA
student record
Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)
Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)
Universities UK and Institute of Directors survey 2011
Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)
Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators
Paris: OECD
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators
Paris: OECD, Projections to 2020 UNESCO
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators
Paris: OECD
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators
Paris: OECD

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) Estimating the Value to the UK of Education Exports
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Figure 1.1: Expenditure on research and development, 2010



                            Gross expenditure on               Proportion of Gross
                        research and development as        expenditure on research and
                         a proportion of GDP (2010)        development at HEIs (2009)
China                                              1.7%                               7.7%
Germany                                            2.8%                              17.6%
Japan                                              2.7%                              13.4%
United Kingdom                                     1.8%                              26.5%
United States                                      3.2%                              12.3%


Source: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research Base 2011 (data portal) London: BIS
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Figure 1.2: Population, 2010



                         Population         Researchers per thousand
                       (millions, 2010)        population (2010)
China                               1,350                             0.9
Germany                              82.8                             3.8
Japan                               127.2                             5.2
United Kingdom                       62.3                             4.1
United States                       310.0                             4.7


Source: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research Base London: BIS

http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/biscore/science/docs/i/11-p123-international-comparative-performance-uk-research-base-2011.pdf
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Figure 1.3: Articles published, 2010


                       Articles published in
     Country
                               2010
China                                 331,000
Germany                               118,000
Japan                                 112,000
United Kingdom                        124,000
United States                         465,000


Source: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research Base London: BIS

http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/biscore/science/docs/i/11-p123-international-comparative-performance-uk-research-base-2011.pdf
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Figure 1.4: Performance and productivity, 2010 - Share of world citations


                           Share of world
       Country
                          citations in 2010
China                                   7.6%
Germany                                 9.3%
Japan                                   6.6%
United Kingdom                         10.9%
United States                          41.4%


Source: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research Base London: BIS

http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/biscore/science/docs/i/11-p123-international-comparative-performance-uk-research-base-2011.pdf
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Figure 1.5: Performance and productivity, 2010 - Relative index of share of world citations per unit spend on GERD


                       Share of world citations
      Country
                          per GERD 2010
China                                        0.57
Germany                                      1.62
Japan                                        0.75
United Kingdom                               3.65
United States                                1.18


Source: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) International Comparative Performance of the UK Research Base London: BIS

http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/biscore/science/docs/i/11-p123-international-comparative-performance-uk-research-base-2011.pdf
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Figure 1.6: Proportion of 25-64 year-olds with a higher education qualification, 2009

                              % 25-64 year old with
         Country
                               tertiary qualification
Russian Federation                                54.0%
Canada                                            49.5%
Israel                                            44.9%
Japan                                             43.8%
United States                                     41.2%
New Zealand                                       40.1%
Korea                                             38.8%
Finland                                           37.3%
Australia                                         36.9%
United Kingdom                                    36.9%
Norway                                            36.7%
Estonia                                           36.0%
Ireland                                           35.9%
Switzerland                                       35.0%
Denmark                                           34.3%
Belgium                                           33.4%
Sweden                                            33.0%
Netherlands                                       32.8%
Spain                                             29.7%
France                                            28.9%
Germany                                           26.4%
Chile                                             24.4%
Greece                                            23.5%
Slovenia                                          23.3%
Poland                                            21.2%
Hungary                                           19.9%
Austria                                           19.0%
Mexico                                            15.9%
Slovak Republic                                   15.8%
Czech Republic                                    15.5%
Saudi Arabia                                      14.9%
Portugal                                          14.7%
Italy                                             14.5%
Argentina                                         13.7%
Turkey                                            12.7%
Brazil                                            10.9%
China                                               4.6%


Source: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators Paris:
OECD (table A1.3a)

http://www.oecd.org/document/2/0,3746,en_2649_39263238_48634114_1_1_1_1,00.html
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Figure 1.7: Change in the proportion of 25-64 year olds with a higher education qualification, 1997-2009


Country                         1997           2009
Australia                      24.3%          36.9%
Canada                         37.4%          49.5%
Finland                        29.4%          37.3%
France                         20.0%          28.9%
Japan                          30.5%          43.8%
Korea                          19.8%          38.8%
New Zealand                    27.1%          40.0%
Norway                         25.8%          36.7%
Sweden                         21.4%          33.0%
United Kingdom                 22.6%          36.9%
United States                  34.1%          41.2%


Source: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators Paris: OECD (table A1.4)

http://www.oecd.org/document/2/0,3746,en_2649_39263238_48634114_1_1_1_1,00.html
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Figure 1.8: Potential for growth of high level skills in adult population, 2009


                        Proportion of the 55-64 year- Proportion of the 25-34 year-
       Country           old population with tertiary  old population with tertiary
                              education, 2008               education, 2008
Korea                                          13.2%                         63.1%
Canada                                         40.7%                         56.1%
Japan                                          27.4%                         55.7%
Norway                                         27.2%                         46.8%
New Zealand                                    33.7%                         46.7%
United Kingdom                                 28.7%                         44.9%
Australia                                      29.3%                         44.8%
France                                         18.0%                         43.2%
Sweden                                         26.9%                         42.3%
United States                                  40.8%                         41.1%
Finland                                        29.0%                         39.4%


Source: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators Paris: OECD (table A1.3a)

http://www.oecd.org/document/2/0,3746,en_2649_39263238_48634114_1_1_1_1,00.html
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Figure 1.9: Projected number of graduates per year


Region                     2010          2015         2020
China                    3,795,245     6,815,165    10,495,950
European Union           2,896,080     3,149,180     3,364,648
United States            2,588,287     3,207,486     3,809,071


Source: Schleicher A (2010) Presentation to the Universities UK annual conference, OECD
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Figure 1.11: Share of UK job losses in the recession by occupation, June 2008 to March 2010


Occupation                                    Share of job losses in the recession
Manual, administration and unskilled                 86%
Care and sales                                       12%
Knowledge associated                                  2%


Source: The Work Foundation (2011) A Plan for Growth in the Knowledge Economy: Technical Annex Lancaster: The Work Foundation

http://www.theworkfoundation.com/Assets/Docs/Plan%20for%20growth_technical%20annex_27%20June_FINAL.pdf
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Figure 1.12: Percentage of graduates within occupations, 2010

                                           Percentage
                   Occupation              Graduates in
                                              2010
Managers and Senior Officials                        46%
Professional occupations                             81%
Associate Professional and Technical                 54%
Personal Service Occupations                         20%
Administrative and Secretarial                       24%
Skilled Trades Occupations                           10%
Sales and Customer Service Occupations               12%
Machine and Transport Operatives                      5%
Elementary Occupations                                7%
Total UK workforce                                   33%


Source: Labour Force Survey 2010
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Figure 1.13: Future demand for skills to 2017


                                                                                         Percenatge
                                                          2007 (%)         2017 (%)
                                                                                        point change
Managers and Senior Officials                                        16%        17.2%              1.7
Professional occupations                                             13%        14.3%              1.2
Associate Professional and Technical                                 14%        15.4%              1.1
Personal Service Occupations                                          8%         8.8%              0.9
Administrative and Secretarial                                       12%        10.0%             -1.9
Skilled Trades Occupations                                           11%         9.6%             -1.3
Sales and Customer Service Occupations                                8%         7.6%             -0.1
Machine and Transport Operatives                                      7%         6.5%             -0.8
Elementary Occupations                                               11%        10.6%             -0.7


Source: UK Commission for Employment and Skills (2010) Working Futures 2007-2017 London: UKCES

http://www.ukces.org.uk/publications/er2-working-futures-2007-2017
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Figure 1.14: Projection of new jobs to be created in the UK between 2007 and 2017


Occupation                                          Projected new jobs to 2017
Managers and Senior Officials                               872,000
Associate Professional and Technical                        654,000
Professional occupations                                    643,000
Personal Service                                            443,000
Sales and Customer Service                                  104,000


Source: UK Commission for Employment and Skills (2010) Working Futures 2007-2017 London: UKCES

http://www.ukces.org.uk/publications/er2-working-futures-2007-2017
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Figure 2.1: Performance of UK businesses and graduate start-ups during the recession (year on year change in number)


                              Year on year growth

      Year           UK Businesses Graduate Start-ups
      2007                     1.7%            32.3%
      2008                     3.0%              6.5%
      2009                    -0.4%              8.3%
      2010                    -2.7%            18.1%


Source: Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA) and UK Business: Activity, Size and Location – 2010 (ONS)

http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/bus-register/uk-business/2010/index.html
http://www.HESA.ac.uk
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Figure 2.2: Restructuring of the UK economy towards knowledge-based services (Gross Value Added (GVA), 1970-2007)


Industries                            1970         2007
Knowledge-based services                 24%          48%
Manufacturing                            34%          12%
Other services                           28%          28%


Source: The Work Foundation (2011) A Plan for Growth in the Knowledge Economy London: The Work Foundation

http://www.theworkfoundation.com/Assets/Docs/Plan%20for%20growth_technical%20annex_27%20June_FINAL.pdf
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Figure 2.3: Innovative enterprises driving job creation in the UK economy, 2003-2005


                                                                2002-2005

                                                                        Share of jobs
                                                   Proportion of
              Type of company                                          created over the
                                                    companies
                                                                            period
Innovative high-growth companies                                6%                   54%
Non-innovative companies                                       94%                   46%


Source: NESTA (2009) The vital 6 per cent: How high-growth innovative businesses generate prosperity and jobs London: NESTA

http://www.nesta.org.uk/publications/reports/assets/features/the_vital_6_per_cent
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Figure 2.4: Innovation and higher education, 2010


                                          % 25-64 year olds Expenditure on higher
                      Innovation index
      Country                                which are       education as a % of
                           2010
                                             graduates              GDP
Switzerland                        0.83              35.0%                  1.2%
Sweden                             0.75              33.0%                  1.6%
Denmark                            0.74              34.3%                  1.7%
Finland                            0.70              37.3%                  1.7%
United States                      0.67              41.2%                  2.7%
Japan                              0.64              43.8%                  1.5%
United Kingdom                     0.62              36.9%                  1.2%
Belgium                            0.61              33.4%                  1.4%
Austria                            0.59              19.0%                  1.3%
Netherlands                        0.58              32.8%                  1.5%
Ireland                            0.57              35.9%                  1.4%
France                             0.54              28.9%                  1.4%
Slovenia                           0.49              23.3%                  1.1%
Iceland                            0.49              32.8%                  1.3%
Estonia                            0.47              36.0%                  1.3%
Norway                             0.46              36.7%                  1.7%
Portugal                           0.44              14.7%                  1.3%
Italy                              0.42              14.5%                  1.0%


Source: OECD (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators and European Commission (2011) Innovation Union Scoreboard 2010

http://www.oecd.org/document/2/0,3746,en_2649_39263238_48634114_1_1_1_1,00.html
http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/innovation/files/ius/ius-2010_en.pdf
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Figure 2.5: High level skills in the UK creative sector, 2010

                                          Non-Graduate       Graduate
Terrestrial TV                                       32%             68%
Cable and satellite TV                               28%             72%
Independent TV production                            28%             72%
Broadcast radio                                      29%             71%
Radio post production                                30%             70%
Animation                                             8%             92%
Content for computer games                           20%             80%
Interactive media                                    12%             88%
Other interactive media                              12%             88%
Corporate production                                 23%             77%
Other content creation                               37%             63%
Archives and libraries                               26%             74%
Cultural heritage                                    35%             65%
Design                                               35%             65%
Literature                                           22%             78%
Visual arts                                          21%             79%
Total UK economy                                     63%             37%


Source: Skillset (2011) Sector Skills Assessment for the Creative Media Industries in the UK London: Skillset

http://www.skillset.org/uploads/pdf/asset_16297.pdf?3
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Figure 2.6: Contribution of creative industries to the UK economy (average annual growth in GVA, 1997-2007)


                                               Average growth in GVA
                Creative industry                 between 1997 and
                                                        2007
Advertising                                                     7.9%
Architecture                                                    6.1%
Art and antiques                                                7.8%
Designer fashion                                                5.9%
Video, film and photography                                     5.3%
Music and the visual and performing arts                        4.3%
Publishing                                                      4.5%
Software, computer games and electronic publishing             11.6%
Radio and TV                                                    7.9%
Total creative industries                                       7.4%
UK economy                                                      4.0%


Source: Department for Culture, Media and Sport (2010) Creative industries economic estimates London: DCMS

http://www.culture.gov.uk/what_we_do/research_and_statistics/4848.aspx
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Figure 2.7: Employment in UK creative industries, 2010

                                  Sector                                               Total Employment
Advertising                                                                                           299,200
Architecture                                                                                          128,400
Art and antiques                                                                                         9,800
Crafts                                                                                                111,400
Design                                                                                                225,400
Designer fashion                                                                                         9,700
Film, video and photography                                                                            60,500
Music and visual and performing arts                                                                  305,800
Publishing                                                                                            236,600
Software and electronic publishing                                                                    753,000
Digital and entertainment media                                                                          6,200
TV and radio                                                                                          132,300
Total                                                                                               2,278,500
All Employment                                                                                     29,189,000
Total creative employment as a proportion of all employment (%)                                         7.80%


Source: Department for Culture, Media and Sport (2010) Creative industries economic estimates London: DCMS

http://www.culture.gov.uk/what_we_do/research_and_statistics/4848.aspx
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Figure 3.1: Mature students (UK-domiciled only) at UK higher education institutions, 2009/10

                                                        Level of study
                               Postgraduate -    Postgraduate -                        Other
         Age group                                                 First degree
                                 Research           Taught                         undergraduate
21-24                                   15,370           72,495         300,835              62,820
25-29                                   14,485           66,755           85,225             65,625
30-34                                    7,810           47,705           51,000             54,040
35-39                                    5,145           39,160           43,410             53,655
40-44                                    4,450           35,005           37,050             51,860
45 & over                                9,975           54,685           53,115           103,875
Total mature students                   57,235          315,805         570,635            391,875


Source: HESA Student Record 2009/10

http://www.hesa.ac.uk/
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Figure 3.2: Age group as proportion of all full-time and part-time enrolments in UK higher education institutions, 2009/10


 Age group      Full-time    Part-time
21-24                  31%          13%
25-29                  10%          17%
30-34                   4%          15%
35-39                   3%          14%
40-44                   2%          13%
45 & over               2%          24%


Source: HESA Student Record 2009/10

http://www.hesa.ac.uk/
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Figure 3.3: Postgraduate taught students (UK-domiciled only) at UK higher education institutions, 2009/10

                                       Number of
                     Subject
                                        students
Teacher training                            93,930
Business                                    51,040
Health related                              48,640
Social sciences                             25,115
Biology and Psychology                      15,475
Engineering and technology                  12,400
Law                                         12,240
Creative arts and design                    10,820
Architecture                                10,560
Mathematical sciences                        8,740
History and philosophy                       7,725
Languages                                    6,895
Mass communications                          6,005
Physical sciences                            5,555
Veterinary and agricultural sciences         1,875


Source: HESA Student Record 2009/10

http://www.hesa.ac.uk/
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Figure 3.4: Number of UK higher education institutions offering work-based courses, 2009/10

                                                                    Number of
                            Activity                                                 % HEIs
                                                                      HEIs
Continuous work-based learning                                              119          72%
Courses for the public outside the University campus                        128          78%
Distance learning for businesses                                            130          79%
Short bespoke courses at companies' premises                                138          84%
Short bespoke course for business on campus                                 148          90%


Source: Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)

http://www.hesa.ac.uk/
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Figure 3.5: Students (UK-domiciled only) starting professional training at UK higher education institutions

                                      Numbers strating
            Occupation
                                         training
Primary school teachers                           14,900
Secondary school teachers                         15,700
Nurses                                            82,000
Doctors                                           12,500
Dentists                                            1,800


Source: Training and Development Agency for Schools, Scottish Funding Council, Welsh Assembly Government, HESA student record

http://www.hesa.ac.uk
http:///www.tda.gov.uk
http://www.sfc.ac.uk
http://wales.gov.uk/
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Figure 3.6: Types of industries with which UK higher education institutions engage, 2009/10


                                                             Number of HEIs           % HEIs
                         Industry
                                                               engaging              engaging
Education                                                                 156             94.5%
Human health and social work                                              144             87.3%
Arts, entertainment and recreation                                        142             86.1%
Information and communication                                             129             78.2%
Professional, scientific and technical industries                         125             75.8%
Public administration and defence                                         125             75.8%
Manufacturing                                                             119             72.1%
Creative industries                                                       110             66.7%
Financial and insurance activities                                        106             64.2%
Construction                                                              104             63.0%
Administrative and support services                                         97            58.8%
Transport and storage                                                       95            57.6%
Water supply, sewerage, waste management                                    91            55.2%
Electricity and gas                                                         83            50.3%
Accommodation and food services                                             81            49.1%
Agriculture, forestry and fishing                                           74            44.8%
Real estate activities                                                      56            33.9%
Mining and quarrying                                                        43            26.1%


Source: Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)

http://www.hesa.ac.uk/
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Figure 3.7: Ways in which UK higher education institutions contribute to regional economic development (number of institutions), 2009/10

Activity                                                             Number of HEIs
Access to education                                                                   91
Supporting small and medium size enterprises (SMEs)                                   64
Research collaboration with industry                                                  61
Meeting regional skills needs                                                         51
Technology transfer                                                                   44
Meeting national skills need                                                          43
Developing local partnerships                                                         34
Graduate retention in local region                                                    26
Attracting non-local students to the region                                           26
Support for community development                                                     21


Source: Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)

http://www.hesa.ac.uk/
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Figure 3.8: Proportion of SMEs engaging with higher education institutions by region, 2010

                                      Proportion of SMEs
             Region
                                      engaging with HEIs
UK                                                    74%
West Midlands                                         70%
South East                                            70%
Yorkshire & Humberside                                72%
London                                                72%
North West                                            73%
East Midlands                                         76%
South West                                            78%
East of England                                       79%
North East                                            80%
Northern Ireland                                      80%
Scotland                                              84%
Wales                                                 86%


Source: Universities UK and Institute of Directors survey 2011
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Figure 3.9: Number of graduate start-up companies, 2009/10


  Number of graduate start-up        Number of
         companies                     HEIs
1-5                                              22
6-10                                             17
11-15                                             9
16-30                                            16
31+                                              23


Source: Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)

http://www.hesa.ac.uk/
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Figure 3.10: Number of consultancy contracts with SMEs, 2009/10


   Number of consultancy
                                Number of HEIs
     contracts with SMEs
1-25                                           62
26-50                                          18
51-100                                         19
101-200                                        14
201+                                           19


Source: Higher Education Business and Community Interactions survey 2009/10 (HESA)

http://www.hesa.ac.uk/
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Figure 3.11: Market share of internationally mobile students (%), 2009


                                      Market share
              Country
                                         2009
United States                                 18.0%
United Kingdom                                 9.9%
Australia                                      7.0%
Germany                                        7.0%
France                                         6.8%
Canada                                         5.2%
Russian Federation                             3.7%
Japan                                          3.6%
Spain                                          2.3%
New Zealand                                    1.9%
Italy                                          1.8%
China                                          1.7%
South Africa                                   1.7%
Austria                                        1.6%
Korea                                          1.4%
Switzerland                                    1.3%
Belgium                                        1.3%
Netherlands                                    1.2%
Sweden                                         1.1%
Other OECD                                     6.0%
Other G20 and non-OECD                        15.7%


Source: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators Paris: OECD

http://www.oecd.org/document/2/0,3746,en_2649_39263238_48634114_1_1_1_1,00.html
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Figure 3.12: Growth in the number of internationally mobile students


               Internationally
   Year
               mobile students
       1975             800,000
       1980           1,000,000
       1985           1,100,000
       1990           1,300,000
       1995           1,700,000
       2000           2,100,000
       2005           3,000,000
       2009           3,700,000
       2020           7,000,000

Source: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators Paris: OECD, Projections to 2020 UNESCO

http://www.oecd.org/document/2/0,3746,en_2649_39263238_48634114_1_1_1_1,00.html
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Figure 3.13: International students as a proportion of all students (%) and number of countries represented in higher education sector, 2009

                          International students as a
                                                        Number of countries from
       Country              percentage of all higher
                                                        which students are present
                             education enrolment
Australia                                         21.5%                       192
United Kingdom                                    15.3%                       200
Austria                                           15.1%                       158
Switzerland                                       14.9%                       169
New Zealand                                       14.6%                       169
France                                            11.5%                       188
Germany                                           10.5%                       184
Belgium                                            9.2%                       164
Czech Republic                                     7.3%                       147
Ireland                                            7.1%                       140
Canada                                             6.5%                       190
Sweden                                             6.4%                       156
Denmark                                            5.4%                       141
Iceland                                            4.6%                        73
Netherlands                                        3.8%                       155
Finland                                            3.7%                       140
Hungary                                            3.7%                       117
United States                                      3.5%                       206
Italy                                              3.3%                       173
Japan                                              3.1%                       154
Spain                                              2.7%                       175
Slovak Republic                                    2.7%                       107
Portugal                                           2.4%                       132
Norway                                             2.3%                       150
Korea                                              1.6%                       131
Poland                                             0.8%                       128
Turkey                                             0.7%                       118


Source: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators Paris: OECD

http://www.oecd.org/document/2/0,3746,en_2649_39263238_48634114_1_1_1_1,00.html
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Figure 3.14: Change in market share of internationally mobile students, 2000-2009

                                    Market share
                                                         Percentage point
          Country                2000          2009
                                                             change
Australia                           5.1%          7.0%                1.9
New Zealand                         0.4%          1.9%                1.5
Spain                               1.2%          2.3%                1.1
Canada                              4.6%          5.2%                0.6
Italy                               1.2%          1.8%                0.6
Japan                               3.2%          3.6%                0.4
France                              6.6%          6.8%                0.2
China                               1.8%          1.7%               -0.1
United Kingdom                     10.8%          9.9%               -0.9
Germany                             9.0%          7.0%               -2.0
United States                      22.9%         18.0%               -5.0


Source: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2011) Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators Paris: OECD

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Figure 3.15: Export earnings for the UK economy, 2008/09 prices


Export earning stream                                                                            2009           2010        2015     2020     2025
Tuition fees from overseas students                                                              2,442          2,557       3,217    4,048    5,093
Off campus expenditure by overseas students                                                      4,345          4,549       5,723    7,201    9,060
Transnational Education - students studying UK provision overseas                                  211            230         356      550      849
Research grants and contracts                                                                      648            661         730      806      889
Licensing Intellectual property                                                                     47             48          55       64       74
Consulting, facilities and equipment                                                                85             94         159      267      450
Donations                                                                                           35             37          49       65       86
Other income                                                                                        62             69         124      221      394
Higher Education total                                                                           7,874          8,245      10,413   13,222   16,895


Source: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2011) Estimating the Value to the UK of Education Exports London: BIS

http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/biscore/higher-education/docs/e/11-980-estimating-value-of-education-exports.pdf

								
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