Student Record - 22056

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  • Version: 1.4.1 Produced 31/08/2022
Revision History

Overview

Introduction - Background information relating to the collection

Data Specification

Coverage - The criteria for the return of data in the record.
Data Collection Schedule - Details of the key dates and deadlines for the 22056 Student Record.
Data Dictionary - Directory of all data items collected, displayed by entity.
Draft Derived Fields - A preview of the derived fields that are currently being specified for the HESA Data Platform.
Physical Data Model - Describes the data items included in the record and the relationships between them.
XSD - Schema for the structure of the XML file.

Submission process and quality assurance

Quality Rules - Validation which enforces the quality of the submitted data

Further guidance

Backward Mapping - A mapping from the data futures specification to existing fields in the current student returns.
Data Migration - Guidance on data migration from the legacy data model to the Data Futures data model.
DfE Programmes - Guidance and scenarios on the return of key fields for DfE programmes.
Dormancy - Guidance and scenarios on the return of dormant students.
Draft Quality Rules - A preview of the quality rules that are currently being specified for the HESA Data Platform.
Engagement - Link to information and guidance on engagement
Forward Mapping - A mapping guide between Legacy and Data Futures.
Full Time Equivalence - Guidance and scenarios on the return of full time equivalence
Online validation tool (OVT) - the OVT allows quality rules to be run during data preparation
PGR Collaborative Supervision - Guidance and scenarios on the return of PGR collaborative supervision.
Session Years and Student Course Sessions - Link to information and guidance on Session Years and Student Course Sessions
Understanding the Data Model - Guidance on viewing the data model including types of entity relationships.
Venue and StudyLocation - Guidance and scenarios on the return of venues and study locations.