In March, the University played host to over 150 students from 10 schools and colleges for our Sport and Performing Arts conferences. Both events were a great success with inspiring speakers, a choice of taster sessions, campus tours, competitions and goodie bags. “It’s welcoming, fully immersive, with passionate lecturers and student support.” Student, Performing Arts […]Read more "SUBJECT CONFERENCE SUCCESS!"
Book year 12 students in for a whole day campus visit this June or July to help them get to grips with higher education. Tailor the visit to your students’ needs with a combination of the following: Informative talks Why go to university? How to choose a university and course The UCAS application process Personal […]Read more "BE PREPARED – HE PREPARATION DAYS"
Visiting universities is integral to the application process but attending dozens of these will inevitably put a strain on students’ studies and their wallets. Encourage them to plan carefully with these helpful hints. Plan ahead – read the programme carefully and allow plenty of time for travel. Get thinking – write a list of questions you […]Read more "OPEN DAY TOP TIPS"
Summer is on its way and we have plenty of reasons for celebrating – The University of Gloucestershire has come 19th out of 127 in the Whatuni student choice awards for ‘University of the Year’. We are also thrilled to welcome new Marketing and School Collaboration Manager Amy Lilley-Stewart to the team and, as ever, […]Read more "SUMMER 2017"
You are invited to attend the university’s inaugural Festival of Learning Wednesday 14 June 2017Read more "FOR TEACHERS – FESTIVAL OF LEARNING"
57 Year 10 students from 14 schools settled into halls of residence and became university students for the week in July 2016.
Here’s a quick snapshot into how the week went!
An informal evening designed to help parents and carers feel more confident about the route to higher education.Read more "PARENTS HE INFORMATION EVENING"