The University of Gloucestershire is divided into 4 academic schools. Each of these schools is responsible for a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as conducting specialist research and developing commercial activities.
As a student, you will take part in a range of activities, research, and develop partnerships with external organisations, preparing you to graduate career-ready.
COUNTRYSIDE AND COMMUNITY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
The Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) is a collaboration between University of Gloucestershire, the Royal Agricultural University and Hartpury College for the purposes of research, education and knowledge exchange.
For more information, visit ccri.ac.uk