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Our Joint Impact

The positive impact of our two universities reaches far beyond those who study or work with us. Our social, economic and cultural impact is significant. We add £3.8billion to the UK economy every year, supporting 25,000 jobs across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire alone, according to analysis by Public First.

Every 22 seconds…

Every 22 seconds, someone living in Nottingham interacts with one of our universities. Watch the video to see just some of the ways we touch the lives of the people of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Read our economic, social and cultural impact report
View our joint economic impact data

The Partners

We, as the signatories, put forward this Universities for Nottingham Civic Agreement as a commitment to the people and place of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Professor Edward Peck CBE, DL

President and Vice-Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University

Professor Shearer West CBE, DL

President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Nottingham

Councillor David Mellen

Leader, Nottingham City Council

Councillor Ben Bradley MP

Leader, Nottinghamshire County Council

Andrew Cropley

Principal and Chief Executive West Nottinghamshire College

Ifti Majid

Chief Executive Officer, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust

Anthony May

Chief Executive, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Paul Robinson

Chief Executive, Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Kathy McLean

Independent Chair, Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System

Elizabeth Fagan CBE

Chair, D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership

Janet Smith

Chief Executive Officer and Principal, Nottingham College

 

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Research undertaken in both universities delivered an economic impact of £444m across the UK last year.

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34,792 local children from disadvantaged backgrounds participated in annual widening participation and access programmes run by both universities.

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Over 7,500 students across the two institutions undertook a local placement as part of their undergraduate or postgraduate degree, contributing over 3 million hours of work.

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Someone in Nottingham is trained by, engages with a programme run by, visits a facility hosted by, is supported by a student or member of staff from, works alongside a student placed by, or works in a business or start up supported by, the two universities… every 22 seconds

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An estimated 813 teachers and 916 medical professionals currently working in the local area were trained by the universities in the last three years alone.

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The universities supported 251,600 visits from local families, school children and members of the community to arts and culture facilities and programmes last year.

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Our 15,000 international student deliver an £145m economic boost to the local economy every year.

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5,257 students from both universities volunteered in the local community last year.

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The universities provide over 27,000 hours of medical placements in the local community every year.

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The economic activity of both universities supports 25,000 extra jobs across Nottingham. Together, we would be the third highest direct employer in Nottinghamshire.

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In total, the two universities create an annual impact for the UK of £3.8 billion. Our combined impact in Nottingham is equivalent to around 14% of the local economy.

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34,792 local children from disadvantaged backgrounds participated in annual widening participation and access programmes run by both universities.