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The EUA Public Funding Observatory was launched in 2008 with the aim to monitor the impact of the financial crisis on higher education in different countries across Europe. Since then, EUA has been collecting quantitative and qualitative data on public funding received by European higher education institutions, and analysing both long- term trends and recent changes.
The funding data and other relevant figures are made available to EUA by its collective members, the national rectors’ conferences, whose support has been invaluable. Processed and analysed in view of evolving student numbers, as well as the overall economic context adjusted to inflation and GDP growth, this data provides some empirical evidence on public funding trajectories in the field of higher education in Europe.