05 November 2008 | Report

Financially Sustainable Universities: Towards Full Costing In European Universities

Since 2005, EUA had been examining the issues of funding, autonomy and accountability through engaging its members, some 800 European universities in 46 countries and 35 national rectors’ conferences, in launching an evidence-based debate on improving and updating funding structures. Conferences, workshops and projects assessed the status of system changes for funding and analysed various European funding and costing models.


The objectives of this study are to provide information and empirical data for the debate on financial sustainability from an institutional

perspective, analyse the status quo of the development of full costing and the relationship between autonomy and accountability and financial sustainability.

The objectives of this study are to provide information and empirical data for the debate on financial sustainability from an institutional perspective, analyse the status quo of the development of full costing and the relationship between autonomy and accountability and financial sustainability.

The report addresses several parties and includes policy recommendations as well as practical advice for universities.

 

(FR) L’identification des coûts complets dans les universités d’Europe : état des lieux, défis et perspectives - Synthèse et recommandations

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