The given charts give information about the number of students at a university in the UK from 1991 to 2001, government spending and the types of family economic background they came from in 1991.

Aug 10, 2021 / Academic / 3:30 pm

Information on the aggregate number of students at a university in the UK from1991 to 2001, and the student allowances from the government during the same period is depicted in the given bar chart and the line graph respectively.

 In general, the volume of students attended the university showed a gradual increase except in 1997 and 2001. From just over 10, 00,000 students in 1991, the number rose over 20, 00,000 in 1999. In 1997, there were about 17, 00,000 students, and in 2001, there were 20, 00,000 students in the university. It is also seen that the money which the government spent on each student declined over the period, and this was from 6500 pounds to around 4800 pounds.

 Turning to the family economic background, as represented in the pie chart, 62% of the total students were from middle income family in 1991, when compared to 30% students from high income background. Only 8% were from low income background.

 Overall, it is clear that when the student enrolment inclined, the government stipend to them declined between the years. It is also noted that most students were from middle income families in 1991.

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