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Staff and student data

Social Inclusion and other departments with a stake in inclusion data (e.g., HR) are working with the SPA Analytics team to develop online staff and student data dashboards for social inclusion data. These dashboards will allow key staff in faculties to access institutional and faculty data in key aspects of the lifecycle of people’s involvement with the University to support inclusion-focused work.

In the interim, while these dashboards are being developed, to access this data you can use a selection of Tableau workbooks SPA have developed (you will need Tableau Reader for this). The workbooks can be accessed from the Athena Swan and RECM Data Analytics group on Teams (for access please email ). Please note that SPA colleagues are continually updating the workbooks to include more options, add new data streams, and make general improvements, as such you should redownload the file any time updates are made to get access to the changes.

There are four workbooks, sharing Warwick staff and student data and sector data which you can use for benchmarking. All workbooks include multiple protected characteristics including, gender, ethnicity, disability, and nationality.

Warwick staff data

The staff workbook includes staff headcounts, turnover, recruitment, maternity/paternity leave, and academic and professional promotion data, going back to 2016/17.

Warwick student data

The student workbook includes student headcounts, admissions, course progression, attainment, and employment indicators (DLHE and Graduate Outcomes), going back to 2012/13.

Sector staff data

The staff sector workbook includes annual HESA staff datasets, going back to 2014/15. The workbook allows comparison against individually selected institutions or pre-defined groups e.g., Russell Group providers.

Sector student data

The student sector workbook includes annual HESA student datasets, going back to 2010/11. . This workbook also allows comparison against individually selected institutions or pre-defined groups.