Budgeted Revenue for Fiscal 2018
Budgeted Expenditure for Fiscal 2018
Research income to the University comes from both the public and private sectors. Of the total amount of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI) received from the government, over half is used to support fundamental research, and nearly 10% goes to support young researchers.
(As of Fiscal 2017)
Since university incorporation in 2004, the University of Tokyo has increased the number of patents held by the University and by university staff members. Specialized licensing organizations (Todai TLO, CASTI) have been established to manage and monetize these patents. Other intellectual property including trademarks, software copyrights and other intangible assets provide income to the University.
(As of the end of March 2018)
The University of Tokyo Foundation
The University of Tokyo is supported in part by a range of gifts and donations from individuals and organizations, a large proportion of which are intended for specific purposes. Donations totaling roughly 2.3 billion yen were received in financial 2017 by the University as a whole. UTokyo became a national university corporation in 2004, at which time the University of Tokyo Foundation was created to support the University's activities by strengthening its financial base. The Foundation's current balance is 11 billion yen. In financial 2017, the Foundation received 10,797 donations totaling 2.3 billion yen, 29% by value and 97% by number from individuals. The University is extremely grateful for this strong public support.