Our submission was comprised of three key components: Research outputs, Impact Case Studies (ICS), and environment statements.
A research output is any form of research published, or otherwise made publicly available, within the set period, such as chapters in books, designs, exhibitions, journal articles, authored books and performances. If you have any questions about outputs you have submitted, please contact your UoA coordinator. Please note that REF does not provide any information about the performance or ranking of any individual outputs.
Through our Impact Case Studies we Illustrated the real-world impact and benefits of the research. This is a vital element of the REF process and demonstrated how UEL research brings tangible changes to society, people and public life.
The research environment statements evaluates the strategy, resources and infrastructure that support research. These include postgraduate completions, research centres and groups, facilities and research cultures.
UEL and other UK universities were required to submit all staff with significant responsibility for research.