HESA, NewDLHE: The future of graduate outcomes data

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This consultation ran from March to April 2017. HESA consulted on its new model for collecting information about what higher education (HE) students do after graduating. HESA’ proposed model aimed to capture rich, robust and comprehensive data using a more efficient and future-proof methodology. HESA aimed to ensure the model contained new questions that would redefine how we all discuss successful graduate outcomes.

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