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Economic Impact of Ulster University.

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A study has been carried out to measure the economic impact of the University of Ulster.

The study showed that in the 2012-2013 financial year, the University of Ulster employed 2,573 staff, enrolled 26,465 students and had an output of £192m.

The study showed that for every £1m output by Ulster University, a further £1.29m is generated UK-wide, with £850k of this generated within Northern Ireland. When adding up the annual output of £192m, the effect of that on other UK industries and the off-campus spending of students. The University had a total combined impact of £810m in 2012-2013.

The full results of the study can be found by clicking the link below:


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