February 28, 1997

Of the Pounds 2,380 million allocated for teaching, Pounds 2,326 million is core funding - 98 per cent of the total compared to 99 per cent last year. An extra Pounds 34 million will be available as non-consolidated core funds - short-term allocations to help institutions develop their infrastructure - which are distributed pro rata to core teaching funds. The rest of the money will cover part-time undergraduates, information technology restructuring, additional costs for medical schools, parts of the country with low provision and places on high quality science and engineering courses.

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