Written Parliamentary Question to Department for Education and Skills

- Wednesday, 3rd November 2004

 

Mr. Lilley: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills (1) how many students were enrolled in full-time higher education courses at UK universities and colleges in each year since 1990; how many of those students were from other EU countries; and how many were from outside the EU; [193669]

(2) how many students from other EU countries studied at UK universities in each year since 1997; what the aggregate cost of tuition was for those students; and how much those students and their sponsors contributed towards that cost. [193670]



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Dr. Howells [holding answer 25 October 2004]: The student figures are shown in the table. The Department does not have either the aggregate cost of tuition for EU domiciled students at British universities or the private contribution to fees of these students.

Full-time undergraduate students in the UK(16)
Of which, those from:
Academic
year Total students UK EU Other overseas
1990/91 663,500 612,300 17,800 33,300
1991/92 747,700 690,400 22,400 34,900
1992/93 852,800 789,300 27,100 36,400
1993/94 948,600 875,800 32,900 39,900
1994/95 1,009,000 924,400 41,100 43,500
1995/96 1,048,400 947,000 51,700 49,700
1996/97 1,076,100 963,000 59,300 53,800
1997/98 1,107,300 984,400 65,500 57,300
1998/99 1,114,200 991,800 66,900 55,600
1999/2000 1,109,000 988,000 65,100 55,900
2000/01 1,115,800 994,900 61,300 59,600
2001/02 1,138,700 1,016,700 55,800 66,200
2002/03 1,174,600 1,046,200 52,200 76,200


(16) Covers HE students studying at universities, HE institutions and FE colleges.
Note:
Figures may not sum to totals because of rounding.

 

 

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