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    Financial statements

    At Middlesex University, we make our yearly accounts available online as soon as they've been audited. Inside each statement – dating as far back as the 2006/2007 financial year – you'll find information on our income, balance sheets, expenditures and more.

    Highlights from the 2012/2013 financial statement

    Middlesex University recorded a historic surplus of £38.5m, its seventh consecutive year of surpluses. This was thanks to charging £2.6m worth of restructuring costs and recognising a £20.4m gain on the closing of our Trent Park campus.

    University income

    Our total income increased by £6.1m – a 3.5% rise from 2011/2012 figures. Funding council grants decreased, while tuition income increased. Research, grants and contracts income stood at £3.5m – similar to the previous year – although we expect this to rise significantly following our appointment of new academic staff.

     University expenditure

    Last year, we continued to invest in our academic staff, which meant our costs increased by 2% to £88.7m, with an additional cost of £2.6m incurred for restructuring costs. Other expenses remained at a similar level to 2011/2012.

    Balance sheet

    We completed the 11th year of our Estates Development Strategy and invested an additional £14.6m in infrastructure, which included a number of building reconfigurations to increase student and staff capacity.

    Want to know more?

    Please download our financial statement for 2012/2013.

    Financial statements from 2006 to 2012

    Please note that our financial year ends on 31 July.

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