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Universities UK - Prezi Awards 2016

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1
2
million
£840
OTHER
EXPENDITURE

University spending
EXPLAINED
Increased student contributions to the costs of higher education have led to a greater interest in university spending.

This visualisation shows how universities in England spend their money, and how this ensures students have the best possible experience during their time at university.
billion
£14.42
billion
TEACHING &
RESEARCH

£1.04
In 2014–15 universities spent
WHAT DO UNIVERSITIES SPEND
THEIR INCOME ON?

£26 BILLION
TEACHING IN ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS
Spending on academic teaching staff contributes to costs of:
LIBRARIES
In 2014-15 universities spent
£630 million
on
390 libraries
MUSEUMS
There are over university
100
museums in the UK that are open to the public, and a further
300
that are primarily used for academic
research and teaching.
University museums make up only
4%
of all museums in England, yet they
hold of all nationally significant collections.
20%
IT & INFORMATION
SERVICES
Universities spend an average of per student
per year on IT equipment.
£825
million
£871
STUDENT & STAFF
FACILITIES

billion
LIBRARIES,
MUSEUMS & IT

£2.26
billion
£1.34
ACCOMMODATION
& CONFERENCES

RUNNING THE
UNIVERSITY

billion
£2.08
MAINTAINING
CAMPUSES

billion
£3.04
FINANCIAL SUPPORT
TO STUDENTS & OUTREACH

At
94
of
130
universities, libraries are accessible to
students for 24 hours a day for some or all of the year.
73%
accounting for
of all spending on information materials.
UNIVERSITIES INVEST HEAVILY IN E-RESOURCES,
153
Students increasingly use e-books,
each on
average in 2014-15.
OUTREACH ACTIVITIES
Universities work with schools and colleges to encourage young people to apply to university – especially those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds.
IN 2014–15 UNIVERSITIES SPENT
on outreach work with schools
and communities.
£150.6 million
on outreach work with disabled students
£5.6 million
FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Universities offer support to those students most in need of financial help, spending
on bursaries and scholarships for students
in 2014–15.
£833.8 million
AS PART OF RUNNING THE UNIVERSITY,
UNIVERSITIES MUST INVEST IN
Reaching out to future students
Recruiting talented staff
Promoting the university to employers
Publishing information about the
university for students and the public
Managing admissions
CAREERS ADVISORY
SERVICES
GRANTS TO STUDENT
SOCIETIES & UNIONS
STUDENT
COUNSELLING
HEALTH
SERVICES
ACCOMMODATION
OFFICES
SPORTS
FACILITIES
CRECHES
TRANSPORT OF STUDENTS & STAFF BETWEEN SITES
Universities invest in maintaining campuses,
including:
IN 2014–15 UNIVERSITIES SPENT
£821 million
ACADEMIC BUILDINGS

ARTS CENTRES

HEALTH SERVICES
SPORTS FACILITIES
ROADS AND GROUNDS ON UNIVERSITY PREMISES
on cleaning, pest control, security and porters
£487 million
on energy and water
£430 million
on business rates
£55 million
Over
283,000
students in England
live in accommodation owned and run by
their university.
Universities also work with the private sector to
provide further affordable housing.
University accommodation offices help students find a place to live and offer advice on everything from budgeting to problems with a private landlord.
MANY UNIVERSITIES ALSO HOST CONFERENCES,
GATHERING EXPERTS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND
BEYOND.

HOW
UNIVERSITIES ARE FUNDED

RESEARCH IN ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS
Find out more about how universities manage
their finances

http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/policy-and-analysis/reports/Pages/university-funding-explained.aspx
on repairs and maintenance

WHAT UNIVERSITIES DO
Educate
graduates to meet UK
and global demand for higher-
level skills
Generate world-class
research
that transforms lives
Drive
innovation
that supports
local and national economic
growth
In 2014–15 universities in England spent
£26
billion
on day-to-day running costs of:
Teaching and services for students
Conducting research
Translating research into innovations that benefit society
£3.6
billion into
New teaching
spaces
New research
facilities
Refurbishment of existing buildings
In 2014–15 universities in England used surpluses to provide cash, and access to
mortgages and loans, to invest
MORE THAN THREE QUARTERS OF ALL ACADEMIC STAFF ARE DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN TEACHING.
Time spent designing, teaching and evaluating courses, and assessing and feeding back to students
Out-of-hours learning support to students, eg drop-ins and online discussions
Research also feeds into the quality of teaching for students:
Lecturers are subject experts, using cutting-edge knowledge and material in courses.

Students have opportunities for hands-on research experience alongside leading researchers.

Academic departments also undertake research and knowledge exchange activities with significant impacts on the economy and society.

Spending on academic research staff contributes to the costs of time spent on research projects and other essential activities (eg preparing grant applications, supervising PhD students).
of income from
direct government sources
Investments, charitable donations,
business activities
GOVERNMENT
GRANTS FOR TEACHING
TOTAL INCOME
£27.7
billion
8%
15%
2%
27%
13%
7%
8%
20%
GOVERNMENT
GRANTS FOR
RESEARCH
OTHER
GOVERNMENT
GRANTS
QUARTER
Just over a
One-to-one personal tutoring and support
Universities spend
56%
of their income
on teaching and research in academic departments.
ACADEMIC STAFF
RUNNING ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS
£4.2
billion
SUPPORT STAFF
£2.2
billion
Teaching & research
49%
Teaching only
Research only
24%
Neither teaching
nor research
81,235
1%
26%
39,530
43,405
1,010
Total
165,180
£7.7
billion
The 1.7 billion difference between income and expenditure, or 'surplus', is
reinvested
back
into providing high-quality services in the future.
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