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Alan Birks in the excellent Click Newsletter identifies some key points from this DFE report

The DfE has released figures relating to the outcomes of 1.1 million FE learners in England who completed an FE course between 2013/14 and 2015/16. The DfE data also provides details of earnings of those who studied on an FE course between 2010/11 and 2015/16. The data shows (amongst other things) that:
Those completing a higher apprenticeship courses earned on average salary of £17,400 after one year, reaching £26,700 after five years.
Learners completing an intermediate apprenticeship courses received an average salary of £13,500 after one year, rising to £17,900 after five years

For the full report see here

MEG survey: Higher Apprenticeships and Degree Apprenticeships 2018

The survey sets out to capture the views of MEG members concerning the delivery of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships (HAs and DAs)

To access the executive summary click this link

To access the survey click here



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MEG Meetings 2019-20

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HEFCE introduces first ever measure of vocational degrees

For the first time, it is possible to compare subjects based on how vocational they are, using a new measure called the occupations subject concentration ratio.

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