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Business at UCLan

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At UCLan, we believe in establishing collaborative partnerships with our business customers. What sets us apart is our strong reputation for applied business research, entrepreneurship, innovation and bringing academic excellence to life. Innovation is part of our culture and we work hard to establish links with local, regional, national and international businesses, sharing and exchanging our expertise and research to help give you that competitive edge.

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UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES £200 MILLION DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS FOR ITS PRESTON CAMPUS

The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) today unveiled far-reaching development plans which will transform its Preston campus.

UCLan’s vision over the next 10 years is to create a unified, sustainable and welcoming campus which will enhance the experience for all those visiting the University.

The new campus will integrate seamlessly with the rest of the City, benefitting current and future generations of students, staff, visitors and the wider community.

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GOVERNMENT PLEDGES OVER £10 MILLION FOR UCLAN ENGINEERING CENTRE

The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has been awarded more than £10 million from the Lancashire Enterprise Partnership towards its flagship Engineering Innovation Centre (EIC) due to open in 2018.

The £10.5 million cash injection, which takes the overall funding pot for the state-of-the-art engineering facility to over £30 million, is part of the Government’s historic Growth Deal which has promised to invest more than £250 million in Lancashire. Employment Minister Esther McVey MP visited UCLan to announce the funding.

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