Dear University of Reading,
I am enquiring about student funding, and how it is allocated internally at the University of Reading. For the purposes of this FOI request, please assume that all students are paying a £9,000 a year fee, and are not in receipt of any bursaries or fee waivers.
Please set out how funding is allocated to the following categories in respect of a student studying BSc Computer Science:
* The School (in this case, The School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences) for teaching 120 credits. Please assume no modules are taken out of school.
* Central services (e.g. the exams office, the library, and other bodies). Please provide the top 8 categories with associated percentages and an "other" category for the remaining central expenditure.
* Any significant expenditure not in the above two categories.
Dear Mr Howe
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Dear Mr Howe,
We have completed the compilation of information in response to your
We can confirm that we do not hold the information of the description
specified in your request.
We do not have a mechanism to allocate the costs at program level for BSc
Computer Science, nor do we hold data in the funding allocation categories
listed below. However, the TRAC for Teaching (TRAC(T)) return gives the
annual cost of teaching a full time equivalent (FTE) Funding
Council-fundable student for each subject. For “Electrical, electronic and
computer engineering”, the cost per student was £10,285 in FY15/16.
Attached below is a short explanation how it is calculated.
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