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Interested in teaching?

The government has announced that starting salaries for teachers in England will be raised to £26,000 later this year, rising to £30,000 in two years’ time for new teachers outside London. Interested in a teaching career? Find out…

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Dr Adeela ahmed Shafi awarded MBE

Reader in Education within the School of Education and Humanities, Dr Adeela ahmed Shafi, has been awarded an MBE for services to social justice in Bristol. Dr Adeela has been driving important initiatives as a social activist in…

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Discover Engineering

An engineering degree is more relevant than ever in a world demanding innovative solutions to challenges such as the climate crisis, population growth and the search for renewable energy. Our MSc and apprenticeship courses equip students with the…

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Young and old take to the floor to celebrate university’s annual Tea Dance

The University of Gloucestershire’s Students’ Union hosted their annual Christmas Tea Dance yesterday at their Park Campus. Guests accompanied students onto the dancefloor for a series of Ballroom and Latin dances. The Tea Dance adheres is a long-standing…

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University of Gloucestershire Business School voted one of the Top 10 in the UK by students

The University of Gloucestershire’s School of Business & Technology has been named the 7th best Business School in the UK as voted by students on the Student Crowd review site. Student Crowd analysed over 9,300 course reviews from students at…

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Graduates produce award-winning film

A crew of University of Gloucestershire graduates has been awarded Best Horror Film at the Cardiff International Film Festival​, for their chilling short horror film, Wither.  Wither tells the story of a town acclaimed for honouring ancient folklore. The dark tale follows…

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Lauren leads a project inspired by Greta Thunberg

A University of Gloucestershire alumni is heading up a project to bring to print an illustrated children’s book, inspired by the story of climate activist Greta Thunberg. ​​ Psychology graduate Lauren Ford is now working for Severn Print in…

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Rewilding to increase biodiversity

The University of Gloucestershire has started a landscaping project to increase biodiversity near Oxstalls campus, part funded by the EU European Regional Development Fund.  Works are underway to re-wild parts of the land that follows the line of…

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Lecturer scoops an Emmy

Lecturer in Film Production, Lindsey Dryden, has just scooped the Emmy for Outstanding Short Documentary. Lindsey produced the ground-breaking film ‘Trans In America: Texas Strong’, alongside the ACLU and Little By Little Films. Since it’s release in Autumn…

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Celebrating new generation of conservationists

We’re proud of our iconic local Cathedral – but keeping such a historic building in good condition is no easy task. That’s why we’re delighted to have celebrated with the next generation of conservationists! These eleven students have…

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