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Welcome to our Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Insight Summary

This Insight Report shows the number of student-employer (S-E) encounters by Local Enterprise Partnership area. The overall figures show engagement across the UK.

802,524 2,934 31,421 391,800 1,181
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Name Student:Employer Encounters Student:Employer Encounters per 1,000 Students
Black Country 15,475 114   Report
Buckinghamshire Thames Valley 9,795 172   Report
Cheshire and Warrington 1,416 14   Report
Coast to Capital 61,655 317   Report
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 950 17   Report
Coventry and Warwickshire 13,458 144   Report
Cumbria 100 2   Report
Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire 6,100 28   Report
Dorset 8,915 126   Report
Enterprise M3 9,325 56   Report
Gloucestershire 8,425 133   Report
Greater Birmingham and Solihull 29,838 127   Report
Greater Cambridgeshire Partnership 37,091 262   Report
Greater Lincolnshire 3,225 28   Report
Greater Manchester 40,127 131   Report
Heart of the South West 11,150 67   Report
Hertfordshire 27,388 207   Report
Humber 610 6   Report
Lancashire 16,075 99   Report
Leeds City Region 31,346 95   Report
Leicester and Leicestershire 12,910 117   Report
Liverpool City Region 11,300 72   Report
London 324,179 385   Report
New Anglia 16,975 107   Report
Northamptonshire 8,600 --   Report
North East 121,347 624   Report
Oxfordshire 5,725 85   Report
Sheffield City Region 7,380 39   Report
Solent 10,611 68   Report
South East 49,294 113   Report
South East Midlands 21,215 98   Report
Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire 12,066 106   Report
Swindon and Wiltshire 8,350 117   Report
Tees Valley 11,060 144   Report
Thames Valley Berkshire 32,895 357   Report
The Marches 2,000 29   Report
West of England 18,013 164   Report
Worcestershire 1,400 25   Report
York, North Yorkshire and East Riding 2,911 25   Report

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