Nigerian students and their dependents in the United Kingdom have contributed an estimated $2.1bn to the economy of the UK in one year, according to an analysis by SBM Intelligence.
The data covered the 2021/2022 academic session.
In the data made available to our correspondent on Wednesday, it was estimated that a sum of $763.9m was reportedly paid as school fees with a total of $60.9m paid in taxes by working spouses of the students.
Further analysis of the data also revealed an estimated sum of $46.8m paid as health insurance; $458.2m was paid as rent while a total of $169.8m was paid as national insurance.
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