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We're putting £5.8 million of Office for Students funding towards improving facilities and equipment for our students.
A transfer agreement has been signed to formalise the plan to combine the two universities.
Our financial summary gives an overview of our income and expenditure during 2022/23. St George's income increased to £89.7 million in 2022/23.
Operating expenditure increased to £90.6 million, giving an operating surplus before the movement on our pension provision of £0.9 million. The movement on our pension provision was a decrease of £2.6 million which created a surplus of £1.7 million. An unrealised loss on investments of £0.2 million gives an overall surplus of £1.5 million.
More detail can be found in our annual report and financial statements 2022/23 (PDF). Previous years' reports can be found below.
The majority of our income, 41%, came from tuition fees, with 22% from funding bodies and 14% from research grants and contracts. 60% of our expenditure is for staff costs. Teaching accounts for 72% of our funding body grant income.
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We have been ranked 1st for ‘Graduate Prospects - on track’ and 3rd for ‘Graduate Prospects - outcomes’ by the Complete University Guide.
St George's was awarded £5.8m in capital funding for our education transformation project.
Researchers at St George's led the call for people with long Covid to join the LISTEN trial, the first support trial of its kind.
We have committed to Disability Confident, a government scheme that helps employers recruit and retain people with disabilities and have fair and inclusive recruitment practices.
In June our first Annual Equality, Diversity and Inclusion talk, Q&A and reception took place featuring I. Stephanie Boyce delivering her talk Why Diversity Matters.
St George’s alumnus, Ravi Ray, funded the first undergraduate Medicine scholarship for students at St George's.
Please see our previous annual reviews and financial statements, which have been published as separate documents until recent years.
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