The Economic, Social and Cultural Impact of the University of Birmingham – March 2017

Practice area: Economics of Education | Education and Labour Markets | Higher education | Labour markets
Client: University of Birmingham
Published: 09 March, 2017
Keywords: impact assessment modelling qualitative analysis quantitative analysis

London Economics were commissioned by the University of Birmingham to undertake an analysis of the university’s economic, social and cultural impact. The study considered the economic impact of teaching and learning, research activities, educational exports, as well as the direct, indirect and induced impact generated by the university and its students throughout the local, regional and UK economy. The analysis also highlights the impact of the university’s activities on the social and cultural fabric of the region and the rest of the UK. A summary report of the key findings can be accessed through the link above.