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“Andrew Smith is the Higher Education Funding Council for England's Hefce head of estates and sustainable development.”
“Andrew Smith, head of estates and sustainable development at the Higher Education Funding Council for England Hefce, said: This is a really pressing issue.”
“Figures published on Thursday by the Higher Education Funding Council for England Hefce show that just five universities will see a rise in cash terms in their grant.”
“The Hefce chief executive, Sir Alan Langlands, said: "Universities that don't lose out so much are those that benefit from the very modest nature of the cut in research funding, as opposed to the more significant cut in teaching funding.”
“At the moment the Higher Education Funding Council for England Hefce, which distributes public funds to universities on the government's behalf, waits for three years before it publishes a list of universities at high risk of financial failure.”
“In 2009-10 a quarter of universities were underperforming financially in at least one of Hefce's measures and 9% had run a deficit for at least three years.”
“One made an "urgent and unexpected" request for a Hefce grant to be paid early because it was short of funds.”
“Hefce relies on universities to tell them if they are worried about their short-term finances.”
“Sir Alan Langlands, chief executive of Hefce, said the organisation would draw on the lessons in the report and ensure the recommendations were implemented.”
“Financial forecasts published by Hefce last month showed that universities' income from overseas students had more than doubled over the last 10 years, rising to 9.6% of the higher education sector's total income by the end of 2009-10.”
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