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Undergraduate applications increase at the University of Gloucestershire

UCAS applications for 2021/22 entry to the University of Gloucestershire are up by 10% on the previous year, in particular boosted by applications to courses in Health and Social Care (including Nursing), Journalism and Education.

The UK average of all undergraduate applications shows an increase of 7%, based on the UCAS application tracker. There remain high levels of confidence in Higher Education, especially the University of Gloucestershire, even in these times of global pandemic.

Because of the special circumstances we are living through, this year the UCAS deadline was extended to 29 January.

Tom Kidd, Head of UK Recruitment and Admissions, University of Gloucestershire said:

“As expected, the trajectory of applications picked up significantly in January and it is great to see a 10% increase in applications to the University of Gloucestershire. We are delighted by the quality of the applications received from across the UK and internationally.

“My colleagues and I are now planning for the confirmation of offers stage of the application process, and ensuring we are flexible and responsive to government announcements and understanding of the difficulties prospective students are facing this year.

“Applications are still welcome from prospective students of all ages.”

Any potential full-time students who are still to apply can find out more about the courses on offer on the University website.