The source of this data is the College’s HEA return, with the exception of 2014/15 numbers which are those registered in January 2015.
The data covers the period 2010/11 to current registrations. Note the enrolments under the year 2011 are those for the academic year 2010/11 and so on.
The purpose is to show the trends in student enrolments by course so the data refers to student numbers, not FTSEs. For example, a TSM student taking French/History is recorded as 1 in both Schools.
The total enrolments by course, each student having a weight of 1, for all years of the course. May be seen by EU and non-EU category. Exception – the senior sophister specialisations in BESS and Science which did not traditionally record EU/non-EU status.
Postgraduate Taught The total enrolments by course, full-time and part-time, each student having a weight of 1, for all years of the course. May be seen by EU and non-EU category.
Postgraduate Research Enrolments on full-time and part—time PhD and Masters research programmes by School. Each student having a weight of 1, for all years of the course. May be seen by EU and non-EU category.
By hovering over the lines in the graph, users can avail of helpful information. Hovering over the plotted points on the graph prompts the tool to display a tooltip relating statistics regarding that year for its respective faculty, school or course. By hovering over the lines themselves, users are reminded which college they belong to.
Users can filter the data by toggling the buttons below the graphs.
These refer to:
The legend on the left is the colour reference to the lines on the graph. The user can show and hide lines on the graph by clicking the respective checkboxes on the legend.
The legend also functions as a means of navigation; essentially the user can view the data at faculty, school and course level. By clicking on a faculty name the data can be broken down into the schools within that faculty. Subsequently by clicking on a school name the data is broken down into the courses within that school.
This toggle enables the user to show or hide the graph lines en masse simply by clicking check all or uncheck all.
This button allows the user to rescale the y-axis to fit the line graphs on screen. For instance, users can toggle off the highest line on the graph and subsequently rescale it to utilise the space more efficiently, making it easier to view the other graph lines.