Income – University of Copenhagen

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Annual income

Below is a survey of the University's income and how it is related to different areas. 

Figures in thousands

University of Copenhagen 2016

1. Education

1. Education 2,211,279
1.1 Full Time Education 2,042,618
A. Graduate/undergraduate 1,821,511
B. Fee paying students 17,616
C. Completion 190,624
D. Activation (Unemployment programmes) 1,517
E. Small humanities disciplines 11,350
1.2 Part Time Education 49,967
A. Subsidy 15,809
B. Participation fees 34,129
C. Activation (Unemployment programmes) 29
1.3 Exchange Students 18,020
1.4 Scholarships 16,903
1.5 Education subsidy from the Ministry of higher Education 83,772

2. Research

2. Research 2,896,671
2.1 Research 2,896,671
A. Basic subsidy 2,896,671
B. Research on behalf of the public sector ministries 0

3. External funding

3. External funding 2,801,371
3.1 Subsidy financed research 2,397,598
A. Danish public funding 1,064,032
B. Danish private funding 915,488
C. EU 295,482
D. Other foreign funding 122,596
E. Overhead 360,323*
3.2 Other subsidy financed activities 106,310
A. Other subsidies 106,310
B. Overhead 0**
3.3 Forensics 220,492
3.4 Commercial Services 76,970

4. Research Based Authority Assignments

4. Research Based Authority Assignments 25,616
4.1 Subsidy appropriation 4,500
4.2 Basic Subsidy from the Danish University and Property Agency (UDS) 21,116

5. Other Subsidies

5. Other Subsidies 314,437
5.1 Capital Appropriation 0
5.2 Other Purposes 398,619
5.3 Adm. savings -84,181

6. Other Income

6. Other Income 221,668
6.1 Financial Income (netto) 29,665
6.2 Income from TechTrans Companies 0
6.3 Rental and Subleasing 68,440
6.4 Other Income 123,564

Total

Total 8,471,043

* not included in 3.1
** not included in 3.2