The annual forfeiture subscription rate for the year 2017/18 (unlimited users and at least two lead contacts) It was established in 1993 with the agreement of the relevant ministries, Higher education promotion councils, universities and higher education institutions following the White Paper on Higher Education, which called for greater coherence in higher education statistics, and the 1992 higher education and continuing education legislation, which introduced an integrated higher education system across the UK. Like other universities, London Metropolitan University regularly submits some personal data about students and staff to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). HESA is the official agency for the collection, analysis and dissemination of quantitative information on higher education in the UK. It was set up in consultation between ministries, higher education promotion councils and universities and higher education institutions. Due to the legal and regulatory diversity of each country, there are different versions of this agreement for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. An example of any agreement can be found using the following links: Heidi Plus products called Cat-1 refer to our student number group rate policy and are offered to higher education providers who accept heSA`s subscription usage category 1. Subscription Model Information – How the HESA subscription is developed Optional services selected by the subscription contract are used for data collection from the academic year 2019/20, unless we then receive a variation form from you. HESA is a private company with a limited warranty and a registered charity that has formal agreements with government authorities to provide the data they request and which is funded by subscriptions to all universities and higher education institutions in the UK. The university is required to send some of the information we hold about staff and students to HESA. Copies of HESA collection releases for the staff, student and student survey are available at: www.hesa.ac.uk/about/regulation/data-protection/notices and we want to ensure that our services are as effective as possible and that we minimize the burden on suppliers, including costs. We are aware of the financial pressure that the sector is under, now and in the medium term.
The reorganization of our business as a result of recent regulatory changes and the use of new technological developments provide opportunities to ensure that our services operate as economically as possible, while ensuring that our services continue to meet customer expectations. It collects, assures and disseminates data on higher education in the UK on behalf of legal bodies. As a reliable source of HE data, it plays a key role in supporting and strengthening the sector`s competitiveness. Work with HE providers in each of the four nations to collect and manage one of the world`s most efficient he resources. HESA Subscription Contract for England (pdf) HESA Subscription for Wales (pdf) HESA Subscription for Scotland (pdf) HESA Subscription for Northern Ireland (pdf) HESA Subscription for English FECs (pdf) All discounted return information is available here.