Royal Holloway has an annual income of around £167 million (2016/17). We estimate that we contribute £481.2m to the UK economy.
Where our money comes from
The infographics below show the sources of our income for the last academic year and the ways in which we spent this money. You can find more information about the categories used in these infographics in our PDF. The third infographic is a timeline, highlighting some of the key investment projects the College has undertaken in recent years.
Our financial statements
Our recent financial statements can be downloaded here. Each statement includes a report by our Auditors and the following wording is at their request.
"Financial statements are published on the College’s website in accordance with legislation in the United Kingdom governing the preparation and dissemination of financial statements, which may vary from legislation in other jurisdictions. The maintenance and integrity of the company’s website is the responsibility of the Council. The College Council's responsibility also extends to the ongoing integrity of the financial statements contained therein."
Key investment projects
The College continually invests in current and future students in a variety of ways to ensure we are sustainable. Significant ongoing investment has been made across all areas of expenditure including new academic staff, improved support services, increased scholarships and additional resources for areas such as the library. The money we have left after funding the day to day running of the College is used to make it an even better place to study, live and work. Our investment in projects that improve equipment, estates, and services has benefitted students past and present and will benefit students coming to study at Royal Holloway in the future. Some of the key capital investments in 2016/17 are shown below. We're already thinking about our next investments to make sure we continually offer a better student experience on our campus.