Chapter 1: Overview

High-level comparison of final funding allocations for 2011 and 2012

Table 1.2: Final 2011 and final 2012 funding allocations – totals

TEO Total Funding
2011
Total Funding
2012
Change ($) Change (%)
University of Auckland $73,971,632 $74,364,460 $392,828 0.53%
University of Otago $52,529,142 $52,469,553 -$59,589 -0.11%
Massey University $34,670,581 $34,445,655 -$224,926 -0.65%
University of Canterbury $27,146,107 $25,909,981 -$1,236,126 -4.55%
Victoria University of Wellington $23,093,824 $23,606,413 $512,589 2.22%
University of Waikato $15,373,586 $15,482,892 $109,306 0.71%
Lincoln University $8,483,525 $8,672,966 $189,441 2.23%
Auckland University of Technology $8,038,240 $7,909,182 -$129,058 -1.61%
Unitec New Zealand $3,116,282 $3,315,410 $199,128 6.39%
Otago Polytechnic $678,916 $702,395 $23,479 3.46%
Waikato Institute of Technology $577,682 $608,101 $30,419 5.27%
Manukau Institute of Technology $509,338 $511,042 $1,704 0.33%
Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology $403,389 $396,386 -$7,003 -1.74%
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi $275,905 $373,965 $98,060 35.54%
Eastern Institute of Technology $218,051 $244,728 $26,677 12.23%
Open Polytechnic of New Zealand $178,525 $180,129 $1,604 0.90%
Te Wānanga o Aotearoa $162,661 $162,661 - 0.00%
Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design $158,158 $211,994 $53,836 34.04%
Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology $85,360 $85,360 - 0.00%
Whitireia Community Polytechnic $70,273 $78,115 $7,842 11.16%
Laidlaw College $61,040 $72,632 $11,592 18.99%
Northland Polytechnic $59,737 $56,821 -$2,916 -4.88%
Carey Baptist College $51,853 $51,756 -$97 -0.19%
Bethlehem Institute of Education $28,891 $30,101 $1,210 4.19%
AIS St Helens $22,181 $22,181 - 0.00%
Good Shepherd College $22,181 $22,181 - 0.00%
Anamata $12,939 $12,939 - 0.00%
Total $250,000,000 $250,000,000 $0 0.00%

1.30The total amount of PBRF funding allocated for 2012 remained the same as 2011, as did the total funding for each measure.

1.31Most providers nevertheless saw changes to their funding between the two years. Changes varied across the university sector with four universities receiving increased allocations and four seeing decreases. The most notable shifts in the university sector occurred at the University of Canterbury, which underwent a 4.55 percent decrease in its total PBRF funding (down $1.2 million) between 2011 and 2012; and Victoria University of Wellington which received an increase in its allocation of 2.22 percent ($512,589).

The most significant changes across the other sectors were increased allocations for Unitec New Zealand and Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi of 6.39 percent ($199,128) and $98,060 (35.54 percent) respectively.