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Higher Education: York

Business, Innovation and Skills written question – answered on 10th July 2013.

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Photo of Hugh Bayley Hugh Bayley NATO Parliamentary Assembly UK Delegation, NATO Parliamentary Assembly (President)

To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how much capital funding the Government allocated to (a) York College, (b) the University of York and (c) York St John University in each year since 1995-96.

Photo of David Willetts David Willetts Minister of State (Universities and Science)

The amount of Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) capital funding allocated to York college, the university of York and the university of York St John in each year between 1992 and 2000, is not readily available. However, the HEFCE capital allocations for each of the institutions named since 2000/01 is included in the following table. The amount of capital funding allocated to York college in that period by the Skills Funding Agency and its predecessor, the Learning and Skills Council, is also included.

  York College University of York York St John university
  SFA funding HEFCE funding HEFCE funding HEFCE funding
2000-01 38,266
2001-02 28,052 10,910 3,530,750
2002-03 42,090 3,778,951 1,853,705
2003-04 162,900 47,314 9,960,671 480,369
2004-05 15,927 9,598,750 1,695,801
2005-06 21,159,347 103,283 8,901,524 95,667
2006-07 98,257 75,029 3,257,349 900,000
2007-08 75,030 16,182,678 939,152
2008-09 77,650 13,211,996 1,308,627
2009-10 113,645 26,823,315 1,251,150
2010-11 128,950 73,524 1,746,914 939,136
2011-12 100,000 20,617 3,879,252 169,911
2012-13 22,678 3,242,950 91,117
2013-14(1) 13,148 1,272,854 96,941
Grand total 21,677,506 729,111 105,387,954 9,821,576
(1) These figures are not final.

I regret that in response to the hon. Member's previous question on this subject answered 14 July 2011, Hansard, column 501W, some wrong figures were provided as a result of administrative error.

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