Higher Education Statistics Agency Revenue and Competitors

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Cheltenham, UK



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Higher Education Statistics Agency's estimated annual revenue is currently $30.5M per year.(i)
  • Higher Education Statistics Agency's estimated revenue per employee is $198,000

Employee Data

  • Higher Education Statistics Agency has 154 Employees.(i)
  • Higher Education Statistics Agency grew their employee count by 17% last year.
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HESA (Higher Education Statistics Agency) is the recognised source of data on higher education in the UK, and the Designated Data Body for England. Its experts collect, analyse, and disseminate accurate and comprehensive statistical information on all aspects of UK higher education to support the strategic aims of its users and enhance the effectiveness of the sector as a whole. It is a charity and a company limited by guarantee. It operates as an independent organisation, working in collaboration with higher education providers, regulators, funders, government departments, policy makers, and other stakeholders.



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Higher Education Statistics Agency News

2021-07-01 - Rural tech startup Hesa raises $2 million in seed funding

Rural tech startup Hesa raises $2 million in seed fundingPremiumStartup accelerator fund, 9Unicorns, also participated as a part of the round.. Photo: iStock 1 min read . Updated: 01 Jul 2021, 11:55 AM IST Livemint Hesa, which commenced operations in April 2020, claims to have accrued gross rev ...

2018-11-15 - HESA Selects Confirmit to Support Innovative Graduate Outcomes Programme

New research programme will deliver richer insights to drive higher education developments London, UK and Oslo, Norway: 15 November 2018: Confirmit has today announced that the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), the experts in UK higher education data and analysis, will be using the Con ...

2016-02-03 - More students taking up computing courses

There is a resurgence of interest in computing courses, the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) claims. According to the agency’s latest report, there has been an increase of 5 percent in the number of students starting an undergraduate computing course in 2014/15. A total of 24,900 stude ...

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