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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. In the light…

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University achieves TIGA Accreditation

The University of Gloucestershire is pleased to announce that TIGA, the games industry trade association, has awarded accreditation to its Computer Games Programming and Computer Games Design courses.  The achievement follows recent success from both courses, with significant…

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Univeristy shortlisted for national award

The University of Gloucestershire has been shortlisted in the THE Awards for Outstanding Contribution to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, for its Reciprocal Mentoring programme. This programme, which partners senior university staff with students from BAME backgrounds, has wide…

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Musician returns to record album

Musician and alumnus Chris Cundy returned to the music production suites at our School of Media (Park campus) this year to record his recent album, with support from John Anderson, a recent #uniofglos Sound and Music Production graduate….

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CCRI is a partner in new international project

The Countryside and Community Research Institute is a partner in the newly launched SPRINT project, to help evaluate the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment. SPRINT – Sustainable Plant Protection Transition: A Global Health Approach –…

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Students exhibit at Gloucester History Festival

Rising to the challenges of lockdown, history students have produced exhibitions on various aspects of local history for this year’s Gloucester History Festival. Produced as part of the Engaging Humanities module, these projects are available virtually on the Cotswold Centre for History & Heritage website,…

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New bursary to help economic recovery

The University of Gloucestershire has launched a new bursary to support local employees whose jobs have been adversely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. The Gloucestershire Recovery Bursary entitles eligible applicants to a 20% discount in tuition fees for…

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How to create an online training course

The Start and Grow Enterprise run a wide range of free training workshops and networking events. They are also offering advice for entrepreneurs who are considering delivering online training.  The Start and Grow Enterprise is a University of…

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Graduates share the best bits about rowing at university

Some are searching for jobs, others are moving on to a Masters. With the abrupt end to their final year of studying and rowing, the UOG Rowing Club felt it was even more important to give a massive…

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University of Gloucestershire Student Crisis Fund

Over the next year, our new, returning and departing students are likely to be facing financial pressures like never before. The University’s Student Crisis Fund provides money that can be made available, quickly, to students and recent graduates…

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Start and Grow Enterprise supporting entrepreneurs

Based at the University of Gloucestershire, the Start and Grow Enterprise has a full programme of events and courses running until the end of March 2023. Whether you have a big idea to get off the ground, an…

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