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Table 13 - Severance payments 2016/17 to 2018/19

HE Provider Data: Finance

Table 13 - Consolidated statement of comprehensive income and expenditure

Academic years 2016/17 to 2018/19

 
 
 
 
 
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As part of their latest data submission, HE providers are able to restate 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 collection, some English providers were not required to complete this table. Where that is the case, the providers are not shown for 2018/19 or restated 2017/18.

For HE providers in England data for the whole provider includes the head of provider. For HE providers in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland compensation payments are only shown for staff earning over £100,000 p.a., but exclude the head of provider.

Where monetary values are blank (for Aberystwyth University), data has been suppressed.

Methodology and notes - Finances

Type of data

Administrative data

Data source

HESA (Higher Education Statistics Agency) are the experts in UK higher education data and analysis. We have been collecting higher education information since the 1994/95 academic year.

Finance data is taken from the HESA Finances record, which universities, colleges and other higher education providers return to HESA on an annual basis. The Finance record collects a range of information about the primary financial statements from HE providers' published accounts.

From 2018/19, data for English HE providers (excluding further education colleges and sixth form colleges under the primary regulation of the Education and Skills Funding Agency) was collected by the Office for Students .

We provide data and analysis on finances of HE providers to a wide variety of customers, including:

  • Governments
  • Universities (via the Heidi Plus analytics tool)
  • Academic and commercial researchers
  • Students and potential students
  • Trade unions and employers' associations
  • Policy makers.

Our data is used to regulate the sector, inform policy making, advance understanding of social and economic trends, support decision making, and enhance public understanding of - and confidence in - the higher education sector.

Related releases

Our HE Provider Data: Finance data pages collect together all of the tables we publish on finances in higher education.

Further information

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