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European University Institute

Volume 82: debated on Monday 8 July 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science what is (a) the total running cost of the European University Institute, (b) the number of (i) teaching and (ii) research staff employed and (c) the level of pay for members of staff by grade at current rates of exchange in each of the last five years.

Details of the total approved budget of the institute and of the number of teaching and research staff employed in each of the last five years are given in the tables below. All staff at the institute are employed and paid by reference to the grading structure established for officials and other servants of the European Communities. The salary scales are those agreed annually by the EC member states, using the weighting applicable to Italy, but the information requested at (c) on the level of pay could be provided only at disproportionate cost.

a. Total approved Budget

Calendar Year

EUI Budget in Lire

Average exchange rate (Lit per £)

Equivalent cost in £ sterling

million lire

£ million

19816,6192,2872·894
19827,6222,3643·224
1983

*9,910

2,3024·305
198411,1732,3394,777
198512,305†2,5304,864

b. Teaching and research staff employed

Professors

Senior Lecturers

Lecturers

Total teaching staff

Jean Monnet Research Fellows

Other Research Staff

EC grading

(A3)

(A5)

(A8/7/6)

1 July 19801056217
1 July 19811225195
1 July 19821226209
1 September 198313272212
1 September 1984143724

*16

16

* From March 1984, one-year Jean Monnet Fellowships have been offered to enable highly qualified academics to pursue individual research within the scope of the Institute's research programmes. Their costs are covered by the EC contribution to the Institute's Budget.