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Tilburg University: More money for education

28 June 2007, 00:00

According to the university's concept Taken en Middelenplan 2008-2011, Tilburg University expects to receive 8 million euro more subsidy from the Dutch government next year.

According to the university's concept Taken en Middelenplan 2008-2011, Tilburg University expects to receive 8 million euro more subsidy from the Dutch government next year. The extra finances will be spent on education reforms.

The high increase in the number of graduates will make 2007 a top year for Tilburg University. As a result, since the government pays its contribution on the basis of diplomas, the government contribution will increase to almost 99 million euro in 2008. Especially the number of master's graduates, 656, is higher than expected. Also, the number of PhD graduations went up from 67 in 2005 to 83 in 2006. After 2008, the revenues will take a dive again.

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