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Online Academic Statistics

Academic Statistics online provides an in-depth account of student data. This is presented as a series of interactive views, which can be accessed by clicking on one of the links below. The charts have been designed to be as user-friendly and intuitive as possible, and can be viewed in all major browsers and operating systems, working across a variety of traditional and mobile devices. However, a small screen may not deliver an optimal experience.

Overall, Academic Statistics is intended to keep the University's staff, committees, academic departments and the public well-informed by providing them with a breadth of internal data. This will assist them in making decisions as well as providing an authoritative source of management information (although it is, of course, always important to remember that there is no absolute measure of performance in higher education).




Students Students Graduation
This table provides information regarding applications received, offers made and final acceptances of undergraduates and postgraduates split by faculty, fee status, mode of attendance, gender, ethnicity, nationality, country of domicile and POLAR quintiles. Enrolment Statistics presents enrolment data on both the undergraduate and postgraduate student population split by faculty, fee status, level of study, mode of attendance, gender, ethnicity, nationality and country of domicile. Awards Statistics provides degree classifications for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, split by faculty, fee status, mode of attendance, gender, ethnicity, nationality and country of domicile.

Please note that due to the complexity of the data shown, it may take some time to load.

The User Guide provided on each page provides a brief overview of the data and how you can use the Tableau dashboards.

The 2020/21 publication of Academic Statistics is now available on-line

Useful Links

Academic Statistics Yearbook


The 2019/20 edition of Academic Statistics online has been redesigned to make it more user-friendly for stakeholders, with much of the information summarised in a smaller number of dynamic tables, allowing the user to select the information they are most interested in and, if required, to extract the data and use it elsewhere.

The "Academic Database" was first produced following a decision by Senate in 1980 that the University needed to pay more explicit regard to quantitative factors or "performance indicators" in its academic planning and resource allocation. The Database was fundamentally revised in 2001/02 (and renamed Academic Statistics) and has undergone other changes since.