The University of Gloucestershire has been ranked 6th globally in the 2019 Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES).
Miriam Webb, Sustainability Engagement Manager at the University of Gloucestershire, has joined the group of aspiring young sustainability, CSR and energy professionals as members of edie’s 30 under 30 initiative.
Firmly established as one of the worlds most respected photographers, he is now lending his name to the new Tom Stoddart Photojournalism award.
The GROWS partnership is starting to see success stories with a number of young people achieving places at university after working with the project.
Last updated: 13/02/2020
It is our top priority to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and visitors, and to ensure our community is kept aware of the developing situation.
Visitors will be encouraged to take part and interact in the exclusive interactive exhibition which takes place from Wednesday 22 January at 6pm at the Design Centre at Park Campus.
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.
The University of Gloucestershire has taken home the award for Research with Impact at this year’s Green Gown Awards.
The University of Gloucestershire’s School of Business & Technology has been named the 7th best Business School in the UK as voted by students on the Student Crowd review site.
A crew of BA Film Production graduates have picked up Cardiff International Film Festival's Best Horror award with their dark folklore-inspired short film, Wither
Mark De Ste Croix, Professor of Paediatric Sport and Exercise, has been named as one of the top 40 football researchers in the world and been invited by the FA to join the newly formed Women’s Football Science Committee and Advisory Panel.
Staff and students in the School of Sport and Exercise are being given the opportunity to work with Aspetar (Qatar), one of the world leading Sport Medicine hospitals.
Researchers at the University of Gloucestershire have contributed to a pan-European study that examined 31 peatlands across Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia and continental Europe to assess changes in peatland surface-wetness during the last 2,000 years.