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Physics Students in UK Higher Education report

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The Institute of Physics has published a new statistical report, ‘Physics Students in UK Higher Education Institutions’. The document provides an overview of students in undergraduate, masters and doctoral programmes, in physics and a select number of other subjects, in the United Kingdom.

The report – the third in a series aiming to provide comprehensive data on all higher education and research matters – is based on data from the Higher Education Statistics Agency, the central source for the statistics on publicly funded higher education in the United Kingdom.

The other reports in this series, covering the ‘Academic Physics Staff in UK Higher Education Institutions’ and ‘Research Income of Physics Cost Centres in UK Higher Education Institutions’ can also be downloaded from the Institute of Physics website.









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