International Survey of Research University Leadership: Outlook for University Revenues

  • ID: 4339344
  • Report
  • 50 pages
  • Primary Research Group
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This 50- page report looks closely at the opinions on university revenue prospects of a sample of 314 deans, chancellors, department chairmen, research institute directors, provosts, trustees, vice presidents and other upper level administrators from more than 50 research universities in the USA, Canada, the UK, Ireland and Australia.  The survey participants give their opinion on prospects for revenues from state aid, tuition, fundraising, research grants, patents and licensing, and from sales of university services such as medical care, rental of university facilities, publishing ventures and other sources.

Just a few of the report’s many findings are that:

  • Universities of all countries surveyed were relatively pessimistic about the outlook for funding from state sources but those from the UK/Ireland seemed especially so, and 33.33% expected a Probable significant decline in revenue from state sources.
  • More than 55% of those sampled who actually work primarily in university marketing or fundraising expect an increase in funds from donors and the overall outlook for revenues from fundraising was optimistic.

Data in the report is broken out by country, university ranking, work title, field of work responsibility, level of compensations, age, gender and other variables.   Leaders from the following universities participated in the survey: Australian National University, Baylor College of Medicine, Brown University, Carleton University, Carnegie Mellon University, Case Western Reserve University, Columbia University, Drexel University, Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Griffith University, Imperial College London, James Cook University, Lehigh University, Massey University, McGill University, Monash University, Penn State University, Princeton University, Queen Mary University of London, Rice University, Rockefeller University, Rutgers University, Saint Louis University, Swinburne University of Technology, University of California, Davis, University College Dublin, University of Alberta, University of Birmingham, University of California Santa Barbara, University of California, Berkeley, University of California, Riverside, University of Chicago, University of Connecticut, University of Florida, University of Idaho, University of Leeds, University of Maryland, University of Michigan, University of Missouri, University of Nottingham, University of Reading, University of South Florida, University of Tasmania, University of Technology Sydney, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, University of Toronto. University of Utah, University of Western Australia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Washington State University, Washington University in St. Louis and Yale University.

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THE QUESTIONNAIRE   

UNIVERSITY AFFILIATIONS OF THE SURVEY PARTICIPANTS   
Characteristics of the Sample   

SUMMARY OF MAING FINDINGS   
Outlook for Funding from the State   
Outlook for Funds from Donors   
Outlook for Tuition Revenues   
Outlook for Growth in Revenues from Patents & Licensing   
Outlook for Growth in Revenues from University Services   
Outlook for Revenues from Grants and other Research Support   
Outlook for Growth in Revenues from University Services   

List of Tables

Table 1 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from each of the following sources?   
Table 1.1.1 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from direct or indirect support from the State?   
Table 1.1.2 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from direct or indirect support from the State? Broken out by country   
Table 1.1.3 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from direct or indirect support from the State? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 1.1.4 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from direct or indirect support from the State? Broken out for public and private universities   
Table 1.1.5 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from direct or indirect support from the State? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.6 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from direct or indirect support from the State? Broken out by age range of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.7 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from direct or indirect support from the State? Broken out by academic title or role of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.8 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from direct or indirect support from the State? Broken out by work field or department of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.9 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from direct or indirect support from the State? Broken out by annual compensation level of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.1 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from fundraising?   
Table 1.2.2 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from fundraising? Broken out by country   
Table 1.2.3 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from fundraising? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 1.2.4 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from fundraising? Broken out for public and private universities   
Table 1.2.5 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from fundraising? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.6 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from fundraising? Broken out by age range of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.7 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from fundraising? Broken out by academic title or role of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.8 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from fundraising? Broken out by work field or department of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.9 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from fundraising? Broken out by annual compensation level of the survey participant   
Table 1.3.1 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from tuition?   
Table 1.3.2 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from tuition? Broken out by country   
Table 1.3.3 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from tuition? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 1.3.4 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from tuition? Broken out for public and private universities   
Table 1.3.5 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from tuition? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 1.3.6 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from tuition? Broken out by age range of the survey participant   
Table 1.3.7 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from tuition? Broken out by academic title or role of the survey participant   
Table 1.3.8 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from tuition? Broken out by work field or department of the survey participant   
Table 1.3.9 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from tuition? Broken out by annual compensation level of the survey participant   
Table 1.4.1 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from patents and licensing?   
Table 1.4.2 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from patents and licensing? Broken out by country   
Table 1.4.3 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from patents and licensing? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 1.4.4 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from patents and licensing? Broken out for public and private universities   
Table 1.4.5 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from patents and licensing? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 1.4.6 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from patents and licensing? Broken out by age range of the survey participant   
Table 1.4.7 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from patents and licensing? Broken out by academic title or role of the survey participant   
Table 1.4.8 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from patents and licensing? Broken out by work field or department of the survey participant   
Table 1.4.9 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from patents and licensing? Broken out by annual compensation level of the survey participant   
Table 1.5.1 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from grants and other research funding?   
Table 1.5.2 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from grants and other research funding? Broken out by country   
Table 1.5.3 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from grants and other research funding? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 1.5.4 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from grants and other research funding? Broken out for public and private universities   
Table 1.5.5 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from grants and other research funding? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 1.5.6 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from grants and other research funding? Broken out by age range of the survey participant   
Table 1.5.7 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from grants and other research funding? Broken out by academic title or role of the survey participant   
Table 1.5.8 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from grants and other research funding? Broken out by work field or department of the survey participant   
Table 1.5.9 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from grants and other research funding? Broken out by annual compensation level of the survey participant   
Table 1.6.1 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from university services such as medical services, consulting, facilities rental, publishing, sports teams, etc?   
Table 1.6.2 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from university services such as medical services, consulting, facilities rental, publishing, sports teams, etc? Broken out by country   
Table 1.6.3 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from revenues from university services such as medical services, consulting, facilities rental, publishing, sports teams, etc? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 1.6.4 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from revenues from university services such as medical services, consulting, facilities rental, publishing, sports teams, etc? Broken out for public and private universities   
Table 1.6.5 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from revenues from university services such as medical services, consulting, facilities rental, publishing, sports teams, etc? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 1.6.6 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from revenues from university services such as medical services, consulting, facilities rental, publishing, sports teams, etc? Broken out by age range of the survey participant   
Table 1.6.7 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from revenues from university services such as medical services, consulting, facilities rental, publishing, sports teams, etc? Broken out by academic title or role of the survey participant   
Table 1.6.8 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from revenues from university services such as medical services, consulting, facilities rental, publishing, sports teams, etc? Broken out by work field or department of the survey participant   
Table 1.6.9 What is the outlook for growth in revenue from revenues from university services such as medical services, consulting, facilities rental, publishing, sports teams, etc? Broken out by annual compensation level of the survey participant   
Which areas of research, public service and education offer the best opportunity for your university to achieve success and enhance its reputation?

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