Induction week is over. We combine work and play as best we can, and try to get to know each other a little before classes begin. English Literature students and tutors enjoyed a visit to Cheltenham’s gorgeous Everyman […]
Voices are returning to Francis Close Hall. The Virginia creeper has turned red. An autumn of reading, learning, hard work and delight is upon us. We love September, the best month of the year. See you all next […]
I’m glad to tell you that the reading list for the first year (level 4) modules is now up on the Facebook Humanities Applicants Group. If you are not a member, do please request to join. Here is […]
Classes ended in April and exams were over by mid-May. Our students rarely see us from April to mid-September and naturally they assume that this is down time for us. But the University’s life carries on, most of […]
The Centre for Bible & Spirituality seminar series 2011-12 ‘What has philosophy got to do with religion?’ A lecture by Mark Vernon Mark Vernon is an author and journalist known for his work on religion, friendship, wellbeing, philosophy […]
The University Archives host a fascinating blog. Each month you can read about a particular item, document or other hidden treasure. It also offers research guidance, opening hours at Francis Close Hall, conatcts and other information.
The University of Gloucestershire’s Theology team has joined the blogosphere with a cunning pun on the Holy Name. Visit them here.
We’re nearly there. The Virginia creeper has turned red, the campus looks beautiful, and we’re looking forward to meeting you. Please check back regularly for Induction week information. The official website will be uploaded tomorrow. Meanwhile, join us […]