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Middlesex is a thriving global university with an ambitious vision for the future. We teach 40,000 students on career-focused courses at our campuses in London, Dubai, Mauritius and Malta with prestigious academic partners and 2,000 staff across the world.

Our outstanding teaching, research and knowledge transfer make a real difference to people's lives worldwide, while our foresighted approach to industry collaboration provides key advantages to our students, staff and business partners alike.

Middlesex University in numbers (2015/16)

Finance overview

Income ‐ Where the University's money comes from

The University receives income from a variety of different sources, such as the Government (HEFCE/NHS), tuition fees and third parties to help pay for the different types of activity it is involved in.

The main sources of these funds are shown below with a brief explanation.

Income 2013/14

Sources of Income Explanation Income Received (in thousands)
Tuition Fees & Education
Contracts

Tuition fees are received either directly from students or via student loans. Education contracts relate to specialist courses (e.g. nursing, paid by the NHS).

£132,723
Funding Body Grants Money from the government (via HEFCE) for teaching, research and student support £16,681
Validation Fees Fees paid by partners for the right to use Middlesex courses and name £6,296
Rent, Residences and Catering Hall rent and catering outlets £6,710
Subsidiary Companies Income from companies owned by the University £5,566
Research Grants & Contracts Money from Research Councils to support research in particular areas. Also, contract research, for example when a company pays the University for a specific piece of research £4,934
Sports & Childcare Sports membership, activities and nursery £770
Other Income Other activities of the University not included above. £2,734
   £176,414

Expenditure ‐ What the University spends its money on

The University spends the money it receives on a wide range of activities; from paying its staff, to providing the equipment and environment for its students and staff to achieve their academic and professional goals.

This section provides a breakdown of the key areas where the University spends the money it receives.

expenditure

Expenditure Categories Expenditure (in thousands)
Academic Departments £69,231
Academic Services £43,378
Administration & Central Services £21,486
Premises £26,777
Residences & Catering Operations £5,264
Research Grants & Contracts £4,934
Other Expenditure £4,172
  £175,380

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