Partnerships are designed to improve the performance of your business with expert services through The Growth Hub, and industry-savvy students and graduates through work placements and internships. Make the most of the university through consultancy, business start-up support and our Student Media Project. You, your business and colleagues can also benefit from our content-rich professional development and short courses, run across a range of business and community subjects.
Schools and FE Colleges
Activities and events will engage your students with higher education as a valuable progression route into a career. Of particular focus are those students who may not have considered higher education before but for whom a HE qualification would open up valuable career and life opportunities. We also host events to keep HE advisers up-to-date with higher education policies and UCAS application processes.
Be an active member of the University of Gloucestershire alumni to mentor current students, network, volunteer, give careers advice and offer work placement opportunities. Enrolling as a student at the university is just the beginning of a lifelong relationship that is important to us both.
Procurement information and guidance for suppliers and potential suppliers of the University of Gloucestershire.
The university has a defined set of partnership arrangements, known collectively as collaborative provision. This provision includes: academic validation, academic franchise and off-campus delivery. Download the current list of collaborative partners and courses. For further information, contact email@example.com.
‘Degree-awarding bodies take ultimate responsibility for academic standards and the quality of learning opportunities, irrespective of where these are delivered or who provides them. Arrangements for delivering learning opportunities with organisations other than the degree-awarding body are implemented securely and managed effectively.’ - QA Quality Code for Higher Education
Expectation in Chapter B10: Managing higher education provision with others (p.9). The university follows processes found in the Academic Quality and Partnerships Handbook in order to achieve the expectation set in Chapter B10 of the QA Code for Higher Education.
The university is continually working to extend its partnerships and share learning and practice in sustainability. Read about our current sustainability partnerships.