University of Gloucestershire News
The Severn Stars netball team will take on some of the UK’s other top teams in the inaugural British Fast5 All-Stars Championship at The O2 in London.
Tonight (Friday 2 June) will see the launch of the annual Art and Design Degree Show, celebrating the talent and innovative work of the University’s final year art and design students.
A former England international and four-time Superleague winner has joined the Severn Stars squad.
A new partnership between the University of Gloucestershire and Oscar® winning studio Aardman, offers students the chance to learn from one of the biggest names in UK animation.
The University of Gloucestershire will be hosting a General Election hustings debate in partnership with BBC Radio Gloucestershire on the 17 May.
Broadchurch director and former University of Gloucestershire student talks about “incredible experience”
As the dramatic final ever episode of Broadchurch hits our screens on Easter Monday, University of Gloucestershire graduate Lewis Arnold reveals what it was like to be a director on series three of the hit ITV thriller.
The University of Gloucestershire has been ranked in the top 20 in the UK for ‘University of the year’ in the national Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
Coaching development expert Professor Jean Côté to run transformation coaching workshop at university
Leading researcher and expert within the coach development field Professor Jean Côté will be running a transformation coaching workshop at the University of Gloucestershire on Friday 28 April.
Head of Media School Anne Dawson chairs this year’s Media School Debate-National Identity: does your country matter in the global environment? on Wednesday April 26.
Universities join forces to promote tolerance and inclusiveness ahead of Varsity sporting fixtures
The University of Gloucestershire is celebrating another rise in the Times Higher Education (THE) Student Experience Survey rankings, published last week. The University has risen eight places to 54th out of 122 UK universities this year.
The University of Gloucestershire has been awarded money to support its work into gaining a stronger understanding of its students’ views on safety, security and wellbeing, including sexual harassment.