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

Office for Students transparency information

This information is published annually and provides information about applications, offers and award completion.

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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
2016/17 leavers were the last to be surveyed by the DHLE. The DHLE survey has been replaced by the Graduate Outcomes survey with leavers surveyed 15 months after graduation. Therefore, there will be no results released in 2019. The results for the first Graduate Outcomes survey will be available in Spring 2020.

HE student numbers (full-time equivalent (FTE)) 2018/19*

SchoolUndergraduatePostgraduateTotal (FTE)

School of Art, Design and Fashion

 1,690

59

 1,750

School of Business, Law and Communications

 1,751

 148

 1,899

Warsash School of Maritime Science and Engineering

 733

 31

764

School of Media Arts and Technology

 2,399

 59

 2,459

School of Sport, Health and Social Sciences

1,893

 35

 1,929

Grand Total 

8,467

333

8,800

*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 2018/19. 

Higher education student profile 2018/19

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

Under 21

0.44

29.72

1.33

35.43

21-24

0.91

5.48

1.52

8.76

25 and over

2.61

5.13

3.65

5.33

Total

3.97

40.32

6.51

49.52

HE students by domicile 2018/19

County/CountryPercent (%)

Hampshire and Isle of Wight*

 26

Other UK

56

Other EU

13

Non-EU

 5

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

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