Commenting on the data release Nicola Dandridge, Chief Executive of the Office for Students, said:

'There are many benefits to higher education beyond the purely financial, but students do find information about earnings valuable. It is good to see that in general graduate earnings continue to rise - although gaps remain between more and less disadvantaged groups. Combined with the more detailed statistics coming out later in the year, this data will update and enhance the information available for students looking at their higher education options.'

Employment and earnings outcomes of higher education graduates broken down by subject studied and graduate characteristics.

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Main text: 2016-2017 tax year

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Main tables: 2016-2017 tax year

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International tables: 2016-2017 tax year

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Main tables underlying data: 2014/15 - 2016/17 tax year

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International tables underlying data: 2014/15 - 2016/17 tax year

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Additional analysis: Overseas graduates

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The longitudinal education outcomes (LEO) data includes information from the:

  • Department for Education
  • Department for Work and Pensions and HM Revenue and Customs

This release uses LEO data to look at employment and earnings outcomes of higher education graduates from English HE providers 1, 3, 5 and 10 years after graduation.

The outcomes are categorised by subject studied and graduate characteristics. They update previously published figures by including data for the 2016 to 2017 tax year.

This publication also includes separate tables showing outcomes for EU and overseas students. Additional experimental statistics are included on UK domiciled students who moved overseas after graduation.

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