Recently we have seen more interest in the relationships universities and colleges have with schools. To help inform these relationships we have cut our existing data on young participation by secondary school area. The result reveals some interesting mapping.
Recent public debate has made much of where things happen. Stopping short of a longer list, the national distribution of power, population, GDP, house prices, levels of health, have all come under scrutiny. But what about higher education? What does the geography of ‘HE provision’ reveal?