Glasgow Caledonian University - Millions of reasons to celebrate

June 24, 2010

Glasgow's post-1992 university contributes more than £400 million a year to Scotland's economy, a study has found. Research carried out by the consultancy firm Biggar Economics found that Glasgow Caledonian University boosted the Scottish economy by £406 million annually, with £230 million directly benefiting the city of Glasgow. Pamela Gillies, principal and vice-chancellor of the university, said the institution had shown it could "leverage our knowledge and skills for the social and economic benefit of the communities we serve".

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