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Plans for Cyber Park move one step closer thanks to successful funding bid


The University welcomed news that a joint funding bid for the Cyber Wales and West project has been shortlisted to move to the next phase of business planning. 

Students launch new record label and album


The University has created a brand new record label which will be launching its first ever album on 21 March.

Prestigious award for University degree apprentice


An apprentice studying for the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship at the University has won the Outstanding Apprentice of the Year (Financial and Business Services).

Acclaimed actress Jessica Hynes in the spotlight at university


Bafta-winning writer and actor, Jessica Hynes, will be taking the stage at the yniversity to talk about her life and work on 28 March.

Film students win big at Royal Television Society awards


University students took home the top prizes at the Royal Television Society (RTS) West of England Student Awards last night (Tuesday 12 February) at the Everyman Cinema in Bristol.

Stars look to bounce back against Storm


Severn Stars will look to bounce back from last weekend’s defeat when they take on Surrey Storm on Saturday (16 February).

Chancellor of the Exchequer opens University of Gloucestershire’s new Business School and Growth Hub building


The Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, visited the University of Gloucestershire today (7 February) to officially open the new Business School and Growth Hub building at the Oxstalls campus in Gloucester.

University programmed robots support independent living


Computer technologists at the university are working with Service Robotics Ltd to develop healthcare robots to monitor and assist the daily life of the elderly.

Severn Stars’ captain inspires team to first win of the season


Severn Stars' captain, Maryka Holtzhausen, returned from international duty with South Africa to inspire the team to a memorable home victory over Celtic Dragons.

Tourism students design new holidays for STA Travel


University students are creating new holiday packages in partnership with a global travel organisation.

Superleague netball comes to Gloucestershire in sell-out match


Over 800 fans are set to descend on the new University of Gloucestershire Sports Arena as the venue brings the UK's highest level elite netball competition to Gloucester.

Research roasts old chestnut theory


Research by the University of Gloucestershire and Historic England has cast doubt on the evidence behind the long-standing belief that the sweet chestnut tree was introduced to Britain by the Romans.

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