## Heriot-Watt University

Education Insight Global Engagement Index

A Student Engagement - Demand Side

A.1 Diversity of International Students

A.1.1 Growth in Market Share

A.1.1.1 Growth in Market Share First Degree Students

A.1.1.2 Growth in Market Share Postgraduate Taught Students

A.1.1.3 Growth in Market Share Postgraduate Research Students

A.1.2 Proportion of International Students

A.1.2.1 Proportion of International First Degree Students

A.1.2.2 Proportion of International Postgraduate Taught Students

A.1.2.3 Proportion of International Postgraduate Research Students

A.1.3 Market Diversification

A.1.3.1 Diversification of First Degree Students

A.1.3.1.1 Domiciles in proportion to First Degree Students

A.1.3.1.2 Number domiciles representing half of First Degree Students

A.1.3.2 Diversification of Postgraduate Taught Students

A.1.3.2.1 Domiciles in proportion to Postgraduate Taught Students

A.1.3.2.2 Number domiciles representing half of Postgraduate Taught Students

A.1.3.3 Diversification of Postgraduate Research Students

A.1.3.3.1 Domiciles in proportion to Postgraduate Research Students

A.1.3.3.2 Number domiciles representing half of Postgraduate Research Students

A.2 Student Success

A.2.1 Continuation Rate of First Degree International Students

A.2.2 Student Satisfaction (NSS)

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A.2.3 Proportion of International Leavers in Study or Employment

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A.3 Sustainable development and ODA student recruitment

A.3.1 Proportion of Fee Waivers for PhD Students from ODA Countries

A.3.2 Student Recruitment from ODA Countries

A.3.2.1 First Degree Recruitment from ODA Countries

A.3.2.2 Postgraduate Taught Recruitment from ODA Countries

A.3.2.3 Postgraduate Research Recruitment from ODA Countries

A.3.3 Proportion of students enrolled in courses with Sustainable Development Themes

A.4 HESA Aggregate Offshore Record

A.4.1 Transnational Education for Capacity Building

A.4.1.1 Proportion of Postgraduate Transnational Education

A.4.1.2 Proportion of Postgraduate Transnational Education in ODA countries

A.4.2 Delivery of Transnational Education

A.4.2.1 Proportion of Transnational Education

A.4.2.2 Proportion of Transnational Education in ODA Countries

A.5 Study Abroad and Internationalisation at Home

A.5.1 Proportion of Modern Foreign Language Students

A.5.2 Proportion of Students with Study Abroad Experience

A.5.3 Proportion of Incoming Visiting and Exchange Students

A.5.4 International Themes Within the Curricula

B Institutional infrastructure - Supply Side

B.1 Proportion of International Academic Staff

B.1.1 The Proportion of Non-UK Junior Researchers

B.1.2 The Proportion of Non-UK Senior Researchers and Professors

B.1.3 The Proportion of Non-UK Senior Leadership Team

B.2 Environmental Impact

B.2.1 Sustainability of Institution (People & Planet)

B.2.2 Staff Air Travel Carbon Footprint per Student

B.3 Research and Business Engagement

B.3.1 Proportion of Non-UK HEBCI Income

B.3.2 Impact of Research Produced in International Collaboration