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Journalism students interview David Cameron at The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival


Students from the university, along with local schools and colleges, had the opportunity to go backstage to meet and interview the former Prime Minister.

Students unite Cheltenham against climate change


Local residents supported Cheltenham’s slice of the Global Climate Strike, which was organised by passionate university students

University hosts GFirst LEP annual review


The University's Business School was host to the GFirst LEP annual review, which was attended by over 350 local business representatives.

University lecturer wins Emmy award for short documentary


A film produced by University of Gloucestershire Film Production lecturer, Lindsey Dryden, has won in the Outstanding Short Documentary category at the 40th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards.

University of Gloucestershire invites debate on County's productivity


The University's School of Business and Technology has hosted a conference for leaders from across the County, who were invited to join academics to discuss challenges and future 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.

The Homicide Timeline


New research from the University of Gloucestershire is helping police to predict the critical steps a killer takes from stalking, violence and coercive control to domestic homicide.

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.

University of Gloucestershire ranked as UK’s most sustainable university


The University of Gloucestershire is celebrating after being named as the most sustainable university in the UK, coming top in the People and Planet League.

University pledges to support estranged students


The University has joined the Stand Alone Pledge as part of a commitment to support students who are estranged from their families.

Students win at Royal Television Society awards


A team of Film Production students from the University of Gloucestershire have been named the winners of the undergraduate Comedy & Entertainment category by the Royal Television Society.

University granted one of country's first policing licences


The University of Gloucestershire is one of the first universities in the country to be granted a licence by the College of Policing to deliver a degree in Professional Policing.

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