HC Deb 17 June 1910 vol 17 c1616W

asked the President of the Board of Education whether any, and, if so, which, universities or university colleges in England and Wales have applied for or received grants from the Board as technical institutions under Chapter 3 of the Board's regulations for technical schools; what were the amounts of such grants to each institution during the financial year 1909–10; and what conditions were attached to such grants?


The following universities and university colleges were recognised for the purpose of grants under Chapter 3 of the Regulations for Technical Schools in respect of the year ending 31st July, 1909:—

£ s. d.
University of Birmingham 978 5 0
University of Durham—
Armstrong College, New-castle-on-Tyne 710 0 0
University of Leeds 1,317 10 0
University of Liverpool *915 10 0
University of Manchester 622 10 0
University of Sheffield 875 0 0
University College, Nottingham 337 10 0
Hartley University College, Southampton 123 0 0
University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, Cardiff 256 15 0
* The payment of a portion of this sum was delayed till shortly lifter the close of The financial year 11109–10.

The grants, which were actually paid (with the exception noted above) during the financial year 1909–10, are shown against the name of each institution, and were made in accordance with the conditions set out in Chapter 3 of the Regulations for Technical Schools.