University Rankings 2015: Operating Budget

Alberta, Memorial and Lethbridge have the largest operating budgets per student

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Photograph by Simon Hayter

Photograph by Simon Hayter
Photograph by Simon Hayter

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The financial resources at a university’s disposal have an impact on its ability to provide students with educational opportunities. The figures below show the size of the operating budget per weighted full-time-equivalent student. Students are weighted according to their level of study—bachelor, master’s or doctorate—and their program of study.

Medical Doctoral

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Primarily Undergraduate

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