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Education Funding

Volume 406: debated on Wednesday 11 June 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much finance will be received by each further education college as part of the funding for the sector which was recently announced. [116923]

Colleges will receive the following allocations in respect of their main recurrent block grant allocations for the 2003–04 academic year.

College£
Armagh College of Further and Higher Education4,167,783
Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education25,482,613
Castlereagh College of Further and Higher Education4,130,391
Causeway Institute of Further and Higher Education4,914,222
East Antrim Institute of Further and Higher Education6,824,152
East Down Institute of Further and Higher Education4,509,722
East Tyrone College of Further and Higher Education4,116,439
Fermanagh College of Further and Higher Education5,273,300
Limavady College of Further and Higher Education4,431,085
Lisburn Institute of Further and Higher Education4,899,571
Newry and Kilkeel Institute of Further and Higher Education8,410,605
North Down and Ards Institute of Further and Higher Education9,485,688
North East Institute of Further and Higher Education8,701,192
North West Institute of Further and Higher Education13,843,976
Omagh College of Further and Higher Education3,935,546
Upper Bann Institute of Further and Higher Education6,873,715
Total120,000,000
The additional £14 million which will be made available to colleges for special initiatives has not yet been allocated on an individual college basis.