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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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UoG leads national scheme to improve board diversity in higher education

The University of Gloucestershire is spearheading a groundbreaking initiative aimed at improving the diversity and inclusivity of higher education governing bodies. It has been at the forefront of developing the Advance HE’s Board Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit –…

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University of Gloucestershire commits to net zero carbon emissions by 2030

The University of Gloucestershire has today announced its plans to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2030. A pioneer and leader of sustainability in higher education and the region, the University’s previous carbon strategy (2010-2020) achieved a 47% drop in…

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UoG signs international partnership with Hainan University in China

The University of Gloucestershire and Hainan University in China have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, launching the start of what is hoped will be a long and successful international collaboration. Prof Jackie Labbe, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of University of…

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National sports body appoints UoG’s Dr Kiara Lewis to top role

Dr Kiara Lewis, the Head of the School of Sport and Exercise at the University of Gloucestershire, has been appointed to a key position with the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES). Alongside her role at…

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C11 Cyber Security and Digital Innovation Centre: Collaboration is key to cutting-edge innovation

As published in Business and Innovation Magazine Collaboration is at the heart of how the University of Gloucestershire’s C11 Cyber Security and Digital Innovation Centre continues to advance the work of its member and office clients from its base in the Gloucestershire Science…

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Business School recognised for its commitment to supporting small business

The Gloucestershire Business School at the University of Gloucestershire has been awarded the Small Business Charter award, in recognition of its commitment to supporting the small business community, student entrepreneurship, and the local economy. The Small Business Charter…

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University of Gloucestershire makes major investment in new bioscience facilities

A new £1.3 million Biosciences facility that will enable vital research into human diseases and illnesses, as well as addressing the shortage in biomedical scientists, has been officially opened at the University of Gloucestershire. The cutting-edge laboratory, based…

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Video game giant supports PhD student’s non-linear time in music research

Matt Deegan, a Music and Sound PhD student at the University of Gloucestershire, has been awarded $10,000 by US video game giant Epic Games, to support his innovative research on non-linear time in music composition using computer game…

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UoG graduates shortlisted for video games industry awards

Two award-winning University of Gloucestershire graduates have been shortlisted for more acclaim by the trade association representing the UK’s video games industry. Ibrahim Nouri and James Gratix, graduates from the Creative Computing Games Design and Games Programming courses…

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Former principal celebrates 100th birthday

Dr Gwen Owen, Principal of St Mary’s College – a predecessor institution of the University of Gloucestershire – has celebrated her 100th birthday. Principal from 1970 to 1979, she studied BSc Chemistry, Physics and Botany at the University…

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