At Leeds Arts University we are careful to balance our expenditure around staffing, facilities and other resources to ensure our students get the highest quality education in the arts. Below are some key facts and figures on where we invest our income.

Over the 2018-19 academic year:

  • 83% of income was from tuition fees
  • Over £570,000 was spent on bursaries and hardship funds
  • £173,000 was given to students to support their costs of study
  • Over £62,000 was spent on fee waivers
  • £1million was spent on maintenance
  • 54% of income was spent on staffing
  • Over £6milllion was invested in new buildings, IT equipment and resource equipment

Over the last five years Leeds Arts University:

  • Spent £3million on maintenance
  • Spent nearly £2.2 million on bursaries, scholarships and money to support students' studies
  • Spent over £1.3 million on fee waivers
  • New equipment, resources and investment in new building totalled over £25million

Over the 2018-19 academic year:

Income & Expenditure table

Income chart

Non Payroll Expenditure chart