Keep up to date with the latest news. Click here to subscribe to the Alumni Newsletter.

Coronavirus information for our alumni

As we find ourselves in this time of worldwide pandemic, the University of Gloucestershire is working hard to support students, staff and alumni. We have been closely following government advice with measures to ensure we can adhere to…

Read more »

Latest posts

Universities launch joint project to track key worker wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic

The first research project to understand and track the wellbeing of frontline key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic has been launched by researchers from the University of Gloucestershire and the University of Limerick. The researchers are looking for…

Read more

Student nurses to help NHS frontline during coronavirus pandemic

138 undergraduate students from the University of Gloucestershire have stepped forward to help hospitals and other NHS services in the county in the current Covid-19 outbreak. The students, who are all studying towards their adult or mental health…

Read more

University of Gloucestershire provides accommodation for NHS workers on the front line in Gloucestershire

The University of Gloucestershire is providing accommodation in to local NHS staff who are unable to stay in their own homes during the Covid-19 pandemic. Frontline NHS staff working in Gloucestershire’s hospitals and healthcare facilities are making the…

Read more

Don’t forget the Graduate Outcomes 2018/19 survey

Students who completed their course between 1 November 2018 and 31 January 2019 are invited to take the Graduate Outcomes survey. This helps us to know where you are, and what you are doing now. Look out for…

Read more

University cements position as UK’s most sustainable university by going digital

The University of Gloucestershire, the UK’s number 1 sustainable university (People and Planet League, 2019), has announced it is ending the production of printed prospectuses in favour of digital-only versions.This move away from a traditional printed prospectus, believed…

Read more

Mapping the music of migration

A new two-year pan-European research project led by the University of Gloucestershire will look at the music migrants inherit and how storytelling through songs can change the negative stereotypes often associated with migrants. Dr Abigail Gardner, Reader in Music…

Read more

How Fairtrade can make a difference

Chocolate might be one of life’s greatest pleasures, but have you ever thought about the production process that takes the sweet stuff from the cocoa farm to the corner shop? Film Production student and chocolate lover Lauren has…

Read more

New netball season launch

Last night sponsors and supporters turned out to celebrate Severn Stars, the joint franchise between the University of Gloucestershire and the University of Worcester, at an official launch ahead of their fourth season in the Vitality Netball Superleague….

Read more

Partnership raising university aspirations

The GROWS partnership which includes the University of Gloucestershire, the Royal Agricultural University, Gloucestershire College, Cirencester College, Hartpury University and College and South Gloucestershire and Stroud College is starting to see success stories with a number of young…

Read more