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What each university is getting

Almost 8bn has been divided up by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (Hefce) for 2009-10.

Our table shows the teaching and research grants and the overall total for each institution, as well as how much it has changed from this year - up or down.

The overall totals include in some cases what is known as transitional QR funding (12m in total) to smooth some of the more significant changes in funding in their main quality research allocations.

The allocations are provisional, the funding council says - not least because the government has not yet indicated what will happen in the following year.


University funding for 2009-10

Grant allocations

Institution Teaching (m) Research (m) Total (m) Change (%)
Anglia Ruskin 43.2 1.0 45.3 2.1%
Aston 24.3 6.2 32.5 0.9%
Bath 35.0 18.2 55.1 0.9%
Bath Spa 19.5 0.8 20.6 2.7%
Bedfordshire 31.0 1.0 33.0 4.1%
Birkbeck College 25.5 9.9 36.6 2.0%
Birmingham 82.0 44.6 128.8 1.4%
Birmingham City 43.3 1.7 46.8 4.1%
University College Birmingham 12.8 0.0 13.1 4.0%
Bishop Grosseteste, Lincoln 4.8 0.0 4.9 12.4%
Bolton 22.9 0.7 24.0 4.9%
Arts Institute at Bournemouth 10.1 0.0 10.3 3.2%
Bournemouth 40.1 2.2 43.2 5.3%
Bradford 31.3 7.1 40.1 3.5%
Brighton 47.6 6.3 55.7 2.8%
Bristol 67.2 50.2 119.4 6.0%
Brunel 37.5 12.9 52.3 12.3%
Buckinghamshire New University 22.2 0.4 23.1 2.9%
Cambridge 65.5 113.7 181.4 2.1%
Institute of Cancer Research 0.9 17.4 20.7 0.4%
Canterbury Christ Church 25.1 1.2 27.3 9.2%
Central Lancashire 71.2 3.8 76.3 8.8%
Central School of Speech and Drama 4.9 0.3 5.4 4.4%
Chester 27.4 0.8 28.7 4.3%
Chichester 11.7 0.4 12.4 0.5%
City University, London 26.0 10.2 38.0 11.1%
Courtauld Institute of Art 1.0 0.9 2.4 0.0%
Coventry 50.3 2.1 54.1 8.9%
Cranfield 12.9 13.5 28.2 15.3%
University for the Creative Arts 22.7 0.6 23.7 1.8%
Cumbria 19.0 0.3 20.1 3.5%
Conservatoire for Dance and Drama 10.6 0.0 10.8 0.6%
De Montfort 54.4 5.2 61.3 -0.9%
Derby 39.5 0.5 41.3 4.7%
Durham 43.1 25.3 70.3 4.5%
East Anglia 39.3 16.4 57.1 3.5%
East London 43.3 2.7 47.2 3.1%
Edge Hill 24.6 0.4 25.5 11.0%
Institute of Education 5.3 7.7 14.2 -2.1%
Essex 28.8 9.7 40.5 -0.9%
Exeter 42.6 18.1 62.7 8.7%
University College Falmouth 13.5 0.5 14.5 7.4%
Gloucestershire 23.2 1.1 24.8 3.9%
Goldsmiths College, London 17.4 8.4 26.5 -1.5%
Greenwich 58.4 3.7 63.7 5.6%
Guildhall School of Music & Drama 2.5 0.2 2.9 26.4%
Harper Adams University College 14.9 0.5 15.9 16.3%
Hertfordshire 52.7 4.8 59.3 6.0%
Heythrop College 1.4 0.2 1.7 8.8%
Huddersfield 55.4 2.2 58.7 4.2%
Hull 41.6 8.9 51.8 8.3%
Imperial College London 58.6 92.7 156.9 0.1%
Keele 24.1 6.6 32.4 1.1%
Kent 47.2 11.9 60.8 8.1%
King's College London 75.6 59.2 136.8 0.2%
Kingston 67.8 3.9 73.3 5.3%
Lancaster 26.9 18.3 47.2 3.4%
Leeds 92.3 49.2 143.6 2.1%
Leeds Metropolitan 64.8 2.2 68.4 1.7%
Leeds College of Music 3.6 0.1 3.7 1.0%
Leeds Trinity & All Saints 6.1 0.1 6.4 7.2%
Leicester 38.8 22.1 62.2 6.8%
Lincoln 36.9 1.9 39.7 5.9%
Liverpool 73.6 39.3 114.7 8.8%
Liverpool Hope 16.1 0.5 17.1 2.9%
Liverpool John Moores 66.3 4.2 72.1 4.9%
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts 3.2 0.0 3.3 0.9%
University of the Arts London 52.8 6.3 64.2 -0.2%
London 0.3 0.1 0.5 -6.1%
London Business School 0.3 3.5 6.7 -0.9%
London School of Economics and Political Science 9.9 15.8 28.6 -0.8%
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine 3.9 15.7 19.9 33.3%
London Metropolitan 52.7 3.5 57.8 4.1%
London South Bank 42.9 2.2 46.5 1.1%
Loughborough 42.0 22.1 65.9 13.1%
Manchester 104.1 82.6 188.9 2.0%
Manchester Metropolitan 88.4 6.6 96.8 4.5%
Middlesex 49.1 3.3 53.4 5.7%
Newcastle upon Tyne 67.5 35.7 105.2 3.5%
Newman University College 5.6 0.1 5.8 2.6%
Northampton 26.3 0.8 27.9 6.0%
Northumbria at Newcastle 62.6 3.3 67.5 5.0%
Norwich University College of the Arts 6.4 0.2 6.7 4.6%
Nottingham 75.8 50.8 128.6 9.6%
Nottingham Trent 63.2 4.4 69.1 5.7%
Open University 183.7 10.7 196.2 6.3%
School of Oriental and African Studies 7.4 7.2 15.1 -0.7%
Oxford 66.2 118.9 187.5 4.7%
Oxford Brookes 36.5 4.2 42.5 4.0%
School of Pharmacy 4.6 3.5 8.4 1.9%
Plymouth 86.3 8.7 96.7 8.4%
Plymouth St Mark & St John 5.0 0.0 5.2 7.6%
Portsmouth 57.1 5.3 64.0 3.3%
Queen Mary, London 61.3 32.1 95.1 10.4%
Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication 7.1 0.0 7.3 -0.1%
Reading 31.7 18.2 55.4 0.6%
Roehampton 20.6 2.8 24.1 7.3%
Rose Bruford College 3.9 0.1 4.1 2.5%
Royal Academy of Music 4.3 0.4 4.9 4.3%
Royal Agricultural College 4.7 0.1 5.0 3.9%
Royal College of Art 8.6 2.3 11.5 -1.1%
Royal College of Music 4.4 0.5 5.1 1.6%
Royal Holloway, London 22.8 13.5 37.5 -0.4%
Royal Northern College of Music 5.7 0.2 6.1 3.1%
Royal Veterinary College 21.1 5.7 27.6 4.6%
St George's Hospital Medical School 21.2 6.8 29.1 -1.4%
St Mary's University College 8.1 0.3 8.7 5.4%
Salford 48.5 7.3 58.3 0.6%
Sheffield 69.0 45.3 116.4 1.9%
Sheffield Hallam 67.4 5.0 74.2 4.3%
Southampton 56.3 44.3 105.1 1.7%
Southampton Solent 34.1 0.3 35.1 2.6%
Staffordshire 49.9 0.9 52.0 2.7%
East Anglia and Essex, Suffolk Campus 11.5 0.0 11.7 0.0%
Sunderland 38.2 2.7 42.5 6.2%
Surrey 24.1 15.9 43.3 0.4%
Sussex 31.5 16.0 49.0 -1.4%
Teesside 61.3 1.3 64.0 10.2%
Thames Valley 28.1 0.7 30.2 -11.7%
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance 8.7 0.0 9.1 1.5%
University College London 69.9 104.5 176.6 1.2%
Warwick 43.0 32.4 77.4 3.9%
West of England, Bristol 65.2 6.1 72.9 7.0%
Westminster 57.3 4.5 63.2 3.8%
Winchester 12.1 0.8 13.1 5.2%
Wolverhampton 54.0 2.2 57.6 5.7%
Worcester 16.5 0.3 17.2 8.4%
Writtle College 4.4 0.0 4.6 1.9%
York 30.1 25.4 57.3 5.5%
York St John 13.6 0.3 14.2 6.2%



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