Fact file

April 24, 1998

The Higher Education Statistic Agency's findings for 1996/97 reveal that:

* 110,500 students obtained postgraduate qualifications, an increase of 5 per cent over 1995/96

* Of these, 88 per cent sat taught postgraduate courses, including 20,100 who sat the postgraduate certificate in education

* The remaining 12 per cent were on research-based programmes

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