Table 7 - Income analysed by source 2015/16 to 2019/20
Table 7 - Income analysed by source
Academic years 2015/16 to 2019/20
Funding body grants for English providers for 2018/19 onwards is replicated in table 7C.
Data for 2017/18 in table 7 is represented by data returned in the 2017/18 HESA collection where available. For this reason, the figures may not always match the corresponding totals in table 1, as table 1 shows prior year data as restated in the audited financial statements.
Regarding the UK and EU Sources under the Other income option in table 7. For 2017/18 and onwards, the columns “BEIS Research Councils, UK central government/local authorities, health and hospital authorities, EU government bodies” and “EU sources (excluding EU government bodies)” apply to providers in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland only. The columns “UK public sources” and “EU sources” apply to providers in England only.
From 2018/19, some fields under the research grants and contracts option in table 7 are sourced from table 5 for English providers. Some English providers were not required to complete table 5, and therefore will show totals without a breakdown of detailed income sources.
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