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Coronavirus information for our alumni

The University of Gloucestershire is working hard to support students, staff and alumni. The University continues to apply Government guidance in full, and has been adapting our approach in response to the rapidly changing situation. Click here for…

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International football academy will enable students to fulfil sporting and career goals

An international football programme headed up by former Football League coaches and players is set to kick off at the University of Gloucestershire this September. The International Football Academy, in partnership with University Degrees Abroad (UDA), based in the US, will…

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Photography course wins industry award for third time in four years

The University of Gloucestershire has won the Association of Photographers’ (AOP) Course of the Year Award for the third time in four years. The BA (Hons) Photography: Editorial and Advertising course scooped the prestigious title at the 2021 AOP Students…

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University of Gloucestershire’s digital-only prospectus wins national award

The University of Gloucestershire has won a prestigious industry award for its digital-only undergraduate prospectus, which it developed with current students as part of its a ‘Who Cares? We Do’ campaign. In announcing the University as the winner…

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University launches new Skills Bootcamps to connect people to employment

The University of Gloucestershire has been named as one of 13 providers that will deliver new national Skills Bootcamps as part of an Institute of Coding-led programme announced yesterday (July 15). The Institute of Coding (IoC) is a…

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Start-up support helps 1000 new businesses get off the ground

More than 1000 big thinkers have now brought their businesses to market in Gloucestershire with the support of Start and Grow Enterprise – the business support organisation funded jointly by the University of Gloucestershire and the European Regional…

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University experts examine links between prolonged sitting, the pandemic and cardiovascular dysfunction

After more than a year of lockdown-enforced inactivity for much of the UK, health and physical activity researchers at the University of Gloucestershire have been investigating how a combination of sitting and eating a high-fat meal impacts cardiovascular…

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School of Art Staff Show

Lecturers and technicians from the School of Arts at the University of Gloucestershire are presenting a public exhibition​ of their work at the Chapel Arts gallery in Cheltenham. Featuring photography, video, illustration and sculpture, the exhibition starts on Wednesday 7 July and…

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What’s the point of wasps? The proof is in the pollination!

They pillage your picnic and pack a powerful sting, but a new survey aims to prove once and for all that a world without wasps would not be a better place. Adam Hart, Professor of Science Communication at…

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Academic is expert voice as Parliamentary inquiry examines use of restorative

The University of Gloucestershire’s Dr Jonathan Hobson has been appointed to the steering group of a groundbreaking All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry examining the use of restorative justice. In its first major piece of work, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Restorative…

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University of Gloucestershire wins major international award for sustainability project

​The university has won a highly prestigious international award in recognition of its commitment to enabling and empowering its students to tackle pressing global issues. It has been announced as the winner of the Next Generation Learning and…

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