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Find out more about our students. How are they, where are they from and how many find employment after graduating?

Graduate employment 2016/17 graduates (UK PI)*

Employment (includes work and study)  93.9% 

*Graduates of 2016-17 who were in work or work and study, January 2018

Source: HESA

HE student numbers (full-time equivalent (FTE)) 2017/18*

SchoolUndergraduatePostgraduateTotal (FTE)

School of Art, Design and Fashion

 1,739

51

 1,790

School of Business, Law and Communications

 2,008

 117

 2,125

Warsash School of Maritime Science and Engineering

 759

 32

790

School of Media Arts and Technology

 2,470

 52

 2,522

School of Sport, Health and Social Sciences

1,933

 38

 1,971

Grand Total 

8,909

289

9,198

*The figures are full-time equivalents, ie, part-time and short course students are counted as less than one, on a pro-rata basis, at enrolment 2016/17. 

Higher education student profile 2017/18

AgeFemale part-time %Female full-time %Male part-time %Male full-time %

Under 21

0.79

28.35

1.58

36.17

21-24

1.2

4.51

1.87

8.97

25 and over

3.59

4.09

3.47

5.4

Total

5.58

36.95

6.92

50.54

HE students by domicile 2016/17

County/CountryPercent (%)

Hampshire and Isle of Wight*

 25

Other UK

57

Other EU

12

Non-EU

 5

*Includes the unitary authorities of Hampshire, City of Southampton, City of Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight.

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