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The economic impact of Queen's University Belfast on the Northern Ireland economy

Report cover This study provides an analysis of the economic impact of Queen’s University Belfast and its students on the Northern Ireland economy.

It assesses the impact of the university as a business generating economic activity and contributing to Northern Ireland in terms of the jobs, output and ‘Gross Value Added’ (GVA) generated in a ‘snapshot year’, academic and financial year 2012-13.


 


 


 

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