​The University of Gloucestershire welcomes students from all around the world and, as such, we have international representatives based in many countries all over the globe. We also run events in different countries around the world, giving you the opportunity to find out more about the University and what studying in the UK entails. You're also welcome to contact our team in the UK if you have any questions.

We understand that it can sometimes be difficult to work out what your qualifications equate to in the UK education system. Our country-specific information should help you decide which level of study is most appropriate for you.

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Entry Requirements  

Undergraduate (Bachelors)
  • Successful completion of Diploma di Esame di Stato with overall 70% or above
  • Successful completion of recognised foundation course
Postgraduate (Masters)
  • Successful completion of Bachelors Degree
  • Holders of Diploma di Laurea Specialistica or  Diploma di Laurea with marks over 100
Postgraduate (Research)
  • Successful Completion of Masters Degree with a good grade
  • Successful completion of either : Corsi di Laurea Specialistica / Diploma di Secondo Livello (Accademico, Specializzione, Master Universitario) with good grades
English language requirements
  • Find out more about the English Language qualifications you'll need here

Student Profiles

Chiara Bartolotti - BA English Literature

chiara The university provides the students with all the possible benefits. Everything is well organised and the campuses are really cool also they are situated in a beautiful environment. The lecturers are also very good and have so much knowledge about the subject. They are also really motivated and pleased to teach and the university staff always offers so much help. It seems that the university cares about our education as well as our happiness.

I attended the Welcome Week and I can say it was amazing. It was also really helpful for the international students, to get to know each other’s doing exciting activities. For me, it is fundamental for every international student. We come from a different country, different culture, even different way of study (maybe), so one week is necessary to understand the first changes and to begin a sort of “new life” in a new environment.