Global reviews and financial statements
The University continues to report strong financial performance whilst investing to achieve its strategic priorities. Income levels have been increasing steadily over recent years, although looking forward, there is greater uncertainty as a result of BREXIT and all Universities face a significant challenge in developing overseas markets where the UK Government's visa policy and international competition are significant threats. Cost pressures in all areas continue to build, most significantly staff cost pressure. In response, the University is focussing on increasing the efficiency of its operations, through initiatives such as Project Transform, which will ensure that we can continue to invest in core teaching, research and the student experience, and deliver our ambitious Global Strategy 2020.
Treasurer & Chair of Finance Committee
Financial Statements 2015/16
For the first time this year, the 2016 review combines the Global Review and Financial Statement together.
In 2016: Nottingham students remain among the elite in the eyes of employers. Supporting our students, we have seen the opening of the new Student Service Centres, David Ross Sports Village and the new GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory in the UK. The Lord Dearing Building, a new teaching facility, had its official opening at the University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus. At the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, the new Tuanku Zara Teaching Centre opened to cater for growing student numbers.
Our Impact Campaign passed its £150m fundraising target a year early and now looks set to reach £200m in 2017.
Before 2016 our Global Reviews and Financial Statement publications were seperate. Here is a list of those available to download.
If a hard copy is required, please contact us on (0115) 95 15660.
Other corporate documents are also available from our Marketing and Communications Department.