Events

We run a number of events throughout the year for all ages to give school and college students the opportunity to find out more about university.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Each year the University of Gloucestershire run a number of events and residentials for schools and colleges.​ You can find out more about our upcoming events and book your place below.

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​​​​​​Residential events and summer schools

Check back soon for residential events and summer schools.​

Subject conferences and study skills

Event: Performing Arts Master Class
Date/time:

April 20 2020, 09.30 - 14.30 (time subject to change)​

​Location:

Oxstalls Campus

​Details:

Join us for a Performing Arts Master Class Day at our Oxstalls campus in Gloucester. Open to all year 12 and 13 students with a passion for the performing arts, this promises to be a fun-filled day. Students will attend a range of practical academic-led workshops in our performing arts building and gain top tips for for HE performing arts course auditions.​

If you would like to register an interest in this event, please email outreach@glos.ac.uk​ or call 01242 714528.

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Creative Writing

Submissions for students'​ short stories to be published on our website alongside undergraduate work will open 29 November 2019.

The University of Gloucestershire Creative Writing Department is again giving opportunities for year 12 and 13 students to get their writing published on our short story website. See the stories from our first issue.

This academic year we plan to produce two new issues, with submissions accepted for the first issue from 29 November to 20 December, and for the second from 28 February to the 20 March. All submissions will get helpful feedback from the university Creative Writing team, whether they are published or not. See more information on how to take part. ​

Teacher CPD opportunities

Check back soon for teacher CPD opportunities.​

Open days and Public lectures

We also host regular university open days and public lectures throughout the year. Find out more using the links below:

Open days​

Public lecture series