Table 11 - Head of provider remuneration 2016/17 to 2019/20
Table 11 - Head of provider remuneration
Academic years 2016/17 to 2019/20
As part of their latest data submission, HE providers are able to restate the previous year's figures. In this table, previous year's figures are based on restated figures (so the 2017/18 figures are taken from the 2018/19 return and the 2016/17 figures are from the 2017/18 return).
For the 2018/19 and onwards collections, some English providers were not required to complete this table. Where that is the case, the providers are not shown for restated 2017/18, 2018/19 and later years.
Where the head of provider’s remuneration expressed as a pay multiple of all other employees' remuneration shows as zero, this may be because the individual returned was an interim/acting head of provider.
Where monetary values are blank (for SRUC), data has been suppressed.
Please note that 2018/19 and 2019/20 data for Apex College London has been suppressed in this table.
Head of provider medians and non-taxable benefits was optional in 2017/18 for Welsh providers.
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