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Olympic and Paralympic Games: the impact of universities

Report
2 May 2012

Olympic and Paralympic Games report
This report is published as part of Universities Week 2012. 

It includes research by Podium, the further and higher education unit for London 2012, about the level of engagement that universities have had in the 2012 Games. It demonstrates the diverse contribution that universities are making to the Games, their overall impact on the UK sports industry, and the work both institutions and academics are doing around the Cultural Olympiad and the 2012 legacy programme.

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