Borders to student access

December 3, 1999

Scottish and Northern Irish institutions admit a lower proportion of access students than English, reports the Higher Education Statistics Agency. England, which took 83 per cent of all students in 1997-98, accepted 89 per cent of access students. New universities took 56 per cent, old 23 per cent and colleges 21 per cent.

Graph of where access students study, by institution, not available on database.

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