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Revenues and debts of universities

Comparing the revenues and costs of universities from different countries.

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This is just an overview. I'm not fluent in Dutch so there might be mistake in it. 

Disclaimer: I'm not an accountant, and I don't know if there is a difference in accounting rules in the Netherlands and the US!


Maastricht University - Assets (material, financial)

Total Assets : 372,767.00

Maastricht University - Debts

Short-term debt: 128,296.00

Long-term debt: 3,939.00

Most of the revenue comes from government funding.  

Source: http://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/web/show/id=7051205/langid=42


Northwestern University - Assets

Total assets: $12,776, 561

Total liabilities: 2, 112, 561

Net assets: $ 10, 663, 746

http://www.northwestern.edu/financial-operations/annual-financial-reports/2014-Financial-Report.pdf

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