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University of Gloucestershire Events

University of Gloucestershire Events

Blue and Blue | Gloucestershire’s biggest student night

Blue and Blue | Gloucestershire's biggest student night

Wed 07 June 2017 23:00-03:00
Blue and Blue at MooMoo

Gloucestershire’s popular student night over three floors of stunning students partying hard every single Wednesday!

The official University of Gloucestershire Student, Sports & Social Night!

** THE BEST DRINKS DEALS IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE – Great prices and great quality drinks on offer including…
** £2 ALL Doubles & Mixer plus £1.50 singles!! (Includes 10 spirits inc.Vodka, JD, Archers, Bacardi, Dark Rum, Malibu, Gin etc.)
** 3 for £2 Shots! ** £1.50 Tequila & Sambuca!
** 3 for £5 on Proper Bombs (not wild!) and Carlsberg! £ £2 VK bottles

| 3 Rooms of the best DJ’s around |
Halo – Dance and Chart with DJ Chris Connor
Cirque – Unrivalled urban soundtrack with DJ Si Brown
Pop – Party with DJ Ben Hall

– Candy Floss, Popcorn, Lollipops, Wristbands, Shots, LED sticks, Finger Lights, plus Blue and Blue merchandise!!!


** BIRTHDAYS – Show your ID on the front door for Free Bubbly and free entry if its your birthday week!!

** SUBSIDISED BLUE & BLUE BUS – Going back to Gloucester via all the halls in Gloucester for just £3!!

Buses leave at 2.10am and 3.10am!


Students as Producers -Co-creating Future Learning

Professor Mike Neary, University of Lincoln 

Friday 9th June 2017: 11.00-14.00hrs        FCH Campus, room TC 002A

How can we challenge the power dynamics of our higher education curriculum to strengthen the student voice?

How do we create learning spaces will enable a different relationship between educator and learner?

We are delighted to welcome Professor Mike Neary to provide this seminar and workshop on the ‘co-creation’ of learning experiences. Drawing on his leading work to increase the influence of students in the higher education system, Mike will introduce the core ideas behind ‘co-creation’ and radical pedagogies that unsettle traditional learning relationships. The session will explore key ideas, share new and leading practices, and provide a forum for dialogue on staff-student dynamics in higher education and ways to improve them, both within the classroom and across the institution.