Leeds University: Research

Business, Innovation and Skills written question – answered on 11th January 2010.

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Photo of Greg Mulholland Greg Mulholland Shadow Minister (Health)

To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills how much research funding has been allocated to Leeds university in each year since 1997.

Photo of David Lammy David Lammy Minister of State (Department for Business, Innovation and Skills) (Higher Education and Intellectual Property)

The university of Leeds has received the following quality related funding for research allocated by the Higher Education Funding Council for England:

Time series of HEFCE research funding (£ million) for the u niversity of Leeds for academic years 1997-98 to 2009-10: Prepared by HEFCE Analytical Services Group on 5 January 2010 Figures are in cash terms, and include late grant adjustments
University of Leeds (£ million)
1997-98 26.99
1998-99 27.42
1999-2000 27.84
2000-01 27.83
2001-02 28.52
2002-03 30.97
2003-04 35.22
2004-05 36.32
2005-06 42.49
2006-07 46.01
2007-10 47.24
2008-09 48.83
2009-10 49.50

Higher Education Statistics Agency data show that the university of Leeds received the following income from Research Councils (2008-09 data are not yet available):

Research Council grants
£ million
1997-98 14.37
1998-99 16.44
1999-2000 18.79
2000-01 21.02
2001-02 24.96
2002-03 24.62
2003-04 23.01
2004-05 25.59
2005-06 27.44
2006-07 31.80
2007-08 39.23

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