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International full fee-paying students comprise an increasing percentage of the student body at each university. Government funding is primarily from the central federal government with some funding from state and local governments. The federal government sets student numbers (supposedly negotiated with each institution) and allocates funds to each university according to a formula which is disciplinary in its basis. The funding includes a capital component for new buildings. Research funds are also allocated according to numbers of higher degree student numbers and a variety of indicators which include publication rates and the ability to attract research funds from various sources.

These can be obtained from philanthropic organizations or from government research bodies. The Cybrary at UQ has consistently assisted various Schools and Faculties of the University in applications for targeted funds for research, teaching and learning or special projects such as computer gateways. Many of these have been successful and secured several million dollars as additional revenue for both the Library and other parts of the University. Innovative projects that could not otherwise 487 Funding down under: entrepreneurial approaches to generating income New Library World Janine Schmidt and Lucy Peachey Volume 104 · Number 1194/1195 · 2003 · 481-490 have been attempted have been made possible through this funding.

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