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Governance and structure

​​​​​​​​​​​​​The University Executive Committee is responsible for all matters associated with the development and management of the university. Council is the university’s governing body.

The University Executive Committee currently comprises five members, including the vice-chancellor as chair.

The executive committee’s responsibilities include:

  • the university strategy,
  • academic provision,
  • financial matters,
  • HR matters,
  • matters related to marketing, the recruitment of students, external relations and communications,
  • matters related to student experience and welfare.

University Executive Committee members

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Office for Students

The University is listed on the register of all English higher education providers officially registered by the Office for Students. The register is a single, authoritative reference about a provider’s regulatory ​status.

A condition of registration is that the university must publish the documents below. If you require any of the below information in an alternative, accessible format, please get in touch.

Charitable status

University of Gloucestershire legal name and correspondence address:

University of Gloucestershire
Fullwood House, Park Campus
The Park, Cheltenham GL50 2RH

The University of Gloucestershire is an exempt charity under the terms of the Charities Act 2011.

Fullwood House on Park Campus in Cheltenham

University of Gloucestershire Professional Services Limited

University of Gloucestershire Professional Services Limited (UoGPSL) is a wholly-owned subsidiary which provides staff to undertake professional services roles at the University of Gloucestershire.

Find out more about UoGPSL services.

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