The aim of this report is to provide experience-based guidance to universities as they engage in activities relating to the costing and establishment of the contribution of Teaching activities, for internal purposes. The report was developed by Alan Bates, an independent consultant for HE, with the involvement of more than 12 universities that are active in costing teaching activities.
The BUFDG Finance Festival 2024 is an online 3-day extravaganza of all things HE finance, taking place from Monday 11th to Wednesday 13th of March.
Andrea Marshall will chair a roundtable, member only event, to discuss VAT and Open Access (publication of research findings.)
An online meeting for our South West Deputy Finance Directors or Senior Leaders.
BUFDG have published a database with summaries and links to current double taxation agreements, appropriate social security position, along with other useful links, on a country by country basis.
If you need an introduction to the tax treatment of research, then have a look at our recently launched e-learning course, accessible from our e-learning page
In reading this report, we hope you will gain an insight into how BUFDG thinks and works, as well as the more ‘traditional’ annual report of what the organisation has achieved over the last year, and its financial situation and projections. This will hopefully show that BUFDG not only delivers value in the short-term but is also a sustainable and worthwhile partner for the whole sector in the long-term.