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Universities will receive more than £50 million in income from delivering FE provision, including apprenticeships, in 2018-19, it has been revealed.
Data from the Education and Skills Funding Agency shows that universities have received a total of £53,673,843 this year – £29,824,420 of which was for apprenticeship provision.
That represents a significant increase on 2016-17, when university income from FE stood at £31.9 million, and 2014-15, when universities received £12.6 million.
This IFS report uses the new Longitudinal Educational Outcomes administrative dataset to provide the latest estimates of the impact of Higher Education on individuals’ early-career earnings after accounting for individuals’ pre-university characteristics. This will provide vital evidence for prospective students choosing whether, where and what to study at university.
For the full report see:-