The gender gap at universities
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Students obtaining undergraduate degrees, 2011-12
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1Subject areasNumber of students obtaining degrees% female% maleFemale undergraduatesMale undergraduates
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2Medicine & dentistry1014057.642.358454290
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3Subjects allied to medicine6796082.117.95578512175
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4Biological sciences4204060.839.22557016470
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5Veterinary science90079.420715180
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6Agriculture & related subjects4490633728301660
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7Physical sciences1797542.657.4765010320
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8Mathematical sciences889542.257.837555140
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9Computer science2006017.482.6350016560
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10Engineering & technology3050014.385.7435526145
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11Architecture, building & planning1389529.770.341259770
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13Social studies5035564.535.53248017875
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14Law2044061.738.3126207820
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15Business & administrative studies7728051.448.63971537565
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16Mass communications & documentation1356055.444.675106050
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17Languages2870568.931.1197758935
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18Historical & philosophical studies2082554.445.6113359490
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19Creative arts & design4992061.738.33079019135
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20Education3846580.419.6309307535
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21Combined671060.139.940302675
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Students obtaining undergraduate degrees, 2011-12
Higher education institutions by gender, 2010/11
Class of degree obtained, by gender 2011-12
Qualifications by gender/subject area, 2006-2012