Essential information about funding, bursaries and scholarships for all students.
All the information you need to apply to the University of Gloucestershire.
If you have a question about what life is really like at the University of Gloucestershire, you can speak to a current student. They’ll be happy to share their knowledge with you on anything from halls of residence to the best things to do in Gloucestershire in your free time.
We understand that it can sometimes be difficult to work out what your qualifications match with in the UK education system, so the following country-specific information should help you decide which level of study is most appropriate for you.
Please note that some courses may require higher entry requirements than the basic requirements described below (higher minimum results, interview, portfolio, work experience, etc.).
Applicants are advised to also check the course page, and to pay careful attention to the conditions stated in the offer letter.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we are aware that many students are facing difficulties accessing the SAT and ACT examinations in the coming year. We would like to reassure students that we are aware of the situation and will be monitoring this in the coming months.
We continue to welcome applications and they will be considered on an individual basis by our admissions team. In order to help facilitate admissions decisions, please indicate in the ‘personal statement’ of the application, whether it will be possible for students to take SATS/ACTS or APs in the 2020/21 academic year.
Pass High School diploma with minimum 3.0 GPA plus one of the following or a combination of the following qualifications:
– ACT with a score of 21 or above
– 2 AP tests with Grade 3 or above
– 2 AP classes passed with a minimum of 75%
– 2 International Baccalaureate Certificates
– 2 SAT II subject tests with 550 or above in each (combined score of at least 1100)
– 3 College-level classes with a GPA of 2.7 or above
– 3 High school Honours classes with a GPA of 2.7 or above
We also accept Community College or University 1 year of study with a minimum GPA of 2.7 out of 4.0 for Level 4/first year entry
Successful completion of a Bachelor’s degree (three-year or four-year) at a recognised institution with minimum 70%/ GPA 2.7 out of 4.0.
– MRes applicants must have successfully completed a Bachelors degree (three-year or four-year) with a minimum GPA 3.0 (out of 4.0) or equivalent.
– Doctorate and PhD: applicants must have successfully completed a Masters degree with a good grade in a related subject field or hold relevant work experience. In addition, some programmes may require work experience and/or a strong portfolio of work.
– Applicants are expected to submit a research proposal.
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The University of Gloucestershire is delighted to be approved for tuition benefits through Veterans Affairs/GI Bill, and therefore able to support the further education goals of eligible service members. In order to use VA funding there is a course (degree programme) level application that must be completed, and documentation to complete. Our Americas Manager is here to help with this process and welcome US vets to Gloucestershire.
We are not a FAFSA-enabled institution, which means that we cannot process federal loans, grants or work-study.
We are, however, able to accept students who are self-funded or who fund their tuition with loans from private lenders, such as Sallie Mae or recognised banks/credit unions. The money must be given directly to the student, who can then pay the university.
Independent scholarship and grant awards may be used to fund study at the University of Gloucestershire as well. If you are eligible for an award and want to check that we can accept it, please contact us by email at email@example.com. Sponsored students can find out more about payment details by visiting our How to pay page.
Local agents offer you support in your own country and language, helping you with your application, student visa, logistical considerations and questions about studying in the UK. These services are typically free of charge and can make the whole process easier.
With an exciting mix of city and country living in the South West of England, Gloucestershire is a great place to be a student.
From world-famous festivals to international-standard sports facilities, there’s something for everyone and there are great transport links to the nearby cities of Bristol and Birmingham, as well as London.