London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

contributes
£190 million

to the UK economy.


Contributes
£148 million

to the local economy.

This is part of the estimated
£11,250 million

contributed by higher education to the city of London.

It directly employs
1,420
people.

But it actually creates
1,764
local jobs.

And in total it generates
2,185
UK jobs.

There are
1,175
students.

It also supports
222
other organisations through knowledge exchange.


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UK parliamentary constituency for London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM):
Holborn and St Pancras


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Note: all employment figures presented are Full-Time Equivalents. This means that part-time workers are counted pro-rata based on the proportion of full-time hours that they work. This enables a common currency to be established, which adjusts for working hours of staff across universities as well as of other workers.



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