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Partnership is raising university aspirations for young people in Gloucestershire


The GROWS partnership is starting to see success stories with a number of young people achieving places at university after working with the project.  

Dr Adeela ahmed Shafi awarded an MBE


Reader in Education within the School of Education and Humanities, Dr Adeela ahmed Shafi, has been awarded an MBE for services to social justice in Bristol.

University of Gloucestershire invites debate on County's productivity


The University's School of Business and Technology has hosted a conference for private and public sector leaders from across the County, invited to join academics to discuss challenges and solutions for entrepreneurial growth in Gloucestershire.

Indonesia Growth Hub Project update


1 million euro University of Gloucestershire-led Indonesia Growth Hub project reaches half-way point

University of Gloucestershire and GET announce partnership


The University of Gloucestershire and Gloucestershire Engineering Training (GET) have announced a partnership to work together on the provision of engineering degree apprenticeships.

Free resilience and sustainability conference at University Business School


Following the success of the ‘Radical Sustainability Conference’ the University is running another event for businesses, delivered by academics from the School of Business and Technology at the Oxstalls campus on 15 May.

Institute of Technology (IOT) Bid Announcement


The University of Gloucestershire, Swindon College and New College Swindon have been successful in their joint £21m bid to set up a Government-backed Institute of Technology, it was announced today by Education Secretary, Damian Hinds (10 April).

University nominated for national cyber award


The University has been shortlisted as a finalist for ‘The Cyber University of the Year 2019’ in The National Cyber Awards 2019.

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. 

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).

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.

Tourism students design new holidays for STA Travel


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

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