Year to Year, main indicators by absolute value. From 2014/15 to 2015/16 11 6 1 From 2013/14 to 2014/15 9 7 3 From 2012/13 to 2013/14 5 11 2 Taking into account all eight income sources, from 2014/15 to 2015/16, UoW increased its overall income by £4.069M (+14%) to £32.018M. This is the highest recorded income in the last ten years and continues the upward trend in income seen since 2011/12. UoW outperformed both the Regional Group (average change was -£510.169k, -2%), and the UoW 1994 Group the (average change was +£33.916k). Within the Regional Group UoW was the 2nd best (of 11) performing university. Within the UoW 1994 Group UoW was the 3rd best (of 20) performing university. Ranking-wise UoW maintains 3rd place within the Regional Group for overall income, and rises one place to 6th within the UoW 1994 Group. UoW is 39th place within all universities, a rise of four places. Collaborative Research income has increased by £1.395M (+42%) since 2014/15 to £4.657M continuing the trend seen for the last four years. UoW was the 2nd best (of 11) performing university within the Regional Group from 2014/15 to 2015/16. For comparison the Regional Group average change was £532.272k (+9%), for UoW 1994 Group the average change was +£740.700k (+10%). Within the UoW 1994 Group UoW was the 5th best (of 20) performing university. Ranking-wise UoW rises one place to 4th within the Regional Group, rises one places to 10th within the UoW 1994 Group, and rises 8 places to 49th within all universities. Consultancy income has increased by £643.732k (+8%) to £8.650M. This is highest recorded income in the last ten years and reverses last years’ drop in income. UoW was the best performing university within both groups from 2014/15 to 2015/16 and in now ranked 1st with the Regional Group and 3rd with the UoW 1994 Group .UoW is now placed 17th within all universities for this income. Summary Highlights