Here you can find the UvA's most recent documents relating to finances, including the annual budget and annual reports.
The Framework Letter forms the start of a new planning and control cycle. In this Letter, all the UvA’s organisational units indicate what they want to achieve in the upcoming year, how they are going to do this and how much money this will require. It then describes expected external developments and financial constraints. In other words, the units can use the Framework Letter as a starting point and basis they can use to draw up their budget. It is a first step towards achieving a balanced budget.
The budget shows how the UvA’s plans and ambitions fit into the financial frameworks described in the Framework Letter.
The annual report is a document that provides information about the UvA's policy and results for accountability purposes.
The UvA's annual accounts are available in Dutch only. Please refer to the Annual Report in Dutch.
The Executive Board has approved the final description of the new allocation model. This model, which describes how primary funding (government grants and tuition fees) will be allocated, has been updated over the past two years based on input from the academic community and in collaboration with the representative advisory bodies. The document describing the allocation model is only available in Dutch, but an FAQ on the allocation model is available in English.