Research England institution-level allocations announcement for 2018-19
15 May 2018
Research England has today published further details on our funding for individual higher education institutions for 2018-19. This follows our announcement on 12 April of our decisions on overall budgets for 2018-19.
The further details we have published include:
- A short publication, Research and knowledge exchange funding 2018-19, that provides a brief summary of our funding decisions and approach for 2018-19
- Guide to research and knowledge exchange funding 2018-19 – this is a ‘plain English’ guide to how we fund higher education institutions in England
- Technical guidance – this shows the detailed methodology that drives our funding
- Individual grant tables at an HEI level – these are Excel spreadsheets showing how much money each university will receive in 2018-19
This announcement only applies to the funding that we provide on an annual basis. Funding for specific projects or initiatives will continue to be announced separately.
Details are provided for the coming academic year August 2018 to July 2019, except for capital funding, which is provided for the financial year April 2018 to March 2019.
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- Research England shapes healthy, dynamic research and knowledge exchange in English universities. We are responsible for funding, engaging with and understanding these institutions, and working with devolved funding bodies and the Office for Students to understand their strategies, capabilities and capacity. We support and challenge universities to create new knowledge, strengthen the economy, and enrich society. We distribute over £2.2bn to universities in England every year in the form of quality-related research (QR) funding, and via the Higher Education Innovation Fund. We are responsible for administering the Research Excellence Framework, used to inform QR funding, and for delivering the forthcoming Knowledge Exchange Framework. We also support specific activities with dedicated project funding, including the £900m UK Research Partnership Investment Fund, and the £100m Connecting Capability Fund. The Higher Education and Research Act 2017 established Research England as a Council of UK Research and Innovation alongside the seven Research Councils and Innovate UK. www.ukri.org/re, @ResEngland
- The publication “Research and Knowledge Exchange Funding 2018-19” can be found here
- The publication “Guide to Research and Knowledge Exchange Funding 2018-19” can be found here
- Institutional allocations and technical guidance can be found here