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Recurrent grants for 2011-12

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Higher Education Funding Council for England
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CUC SUMMARY GUIDE 04 Recurrent grants for 2011-12 March 2011/07 Core funding/operations Allocation of funds This report is for information This document summarises our provisional allocations of recurrent funding to institutions for academic year 2011-12. Final allocations will be announced in July 2011. M ar ch 2 01 1/ 07 Fr ee © HEFCE 2011 The copyright for this publication is held by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). The material may be copied or reproduced provided that the source is acknowledged and the material, wholly or in part, is not used for commercial gain. Use of the material for commercial gain requires the prior written permission of HEFCE. TM EN VIR ONM ENTALLY FRIENDLY Alternative formats This publication can be downloaded from the HEFCE web-site (www.hefce.ac.uk) under Publications. For readers without access to the internet, we can also supply it on CD or in large print. For alternative format versions please call 0117 931 7339 or e-mail [email protected] Executive summary Purpose 1. This document summarises our provisional allocations of recurrent funding for teaching and research to institutions for academic year 2011-12. Key points 2. The total HEFCE grant available for the 2011-12 academic year is £6,507 million. The total includes recurrent funding of £4,339 million for teaching (of which £142 million is for widening participation and £264 million for teaching enhancement and student success); £1,558 million for recurrent research; £150 million for knowledge exchange; and £30 million for moderation funding, to smooth the most significant year-on- year reductions to teaching and research grant. We are providing a further £223 million for earmarked capital grants and £207 million for special funding. 3. We announced in February 2011 that we were making reductions of £190 million to recurrent grant for 2010-11, largely because of cash reductions to our grant for the 2011-12 financial year, which has

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