Explore the county that offers the best of both city and country living.
Our campus visits are an opportunity to explore our campuses across Cheltenham and Gloucester.
You’ll be able to meet student ambassadors and get a feel for student life at the University of Gloucestershire.
Campus visits are an opportunity to explore our campuses across Cheltenham and Gloucester, giving you a flavour of student life at University of Gloucestershire.
Our student ambassadors will take you on a guided tour of our teaching rooms, lecture halls, social areas, and green spaces. You’ll also be able to see some of our accommodation options during your visit.
In addition to chatting with our current students, if you have any course-related questions, we will endeavour to have our academics available on the day if they aren’t busy teaching.
Our campuses are located near the centre of Cheltenham and Gloucester, so you can also take the opportunity to explore the local area and tie in a spot of shopping and dining during your visit.
Wednesday 13 July 2022 @ 11am – 1pm
We also run regular open days throughout the year if you’re not able to attend a campus visit.
Alternatively, if you’re unable to join us on the dates listed above, we can offer bespoke campus tours. Explore the campus at a time that suits you, either with one of our Student Ambassadors, or using our Self-guided Tour app.
If you would like to arrange a personal campus tour please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have 4 main teaching campuses situated across Cheltenham and Gloucester that you’ll be able to explore during your campus visit.
Each of our campuses offers a range of teaching facilities, accommodation, social and green spaces and lots more.
Whether you’re waiting patiently for our next on-campus open day, fancy a sneak peek, or are unable to visit us in person, you can take a virtual tour online in your own time.
Yes, your campus tour will be led by one of our Student Ambassadors.
The tour itself will last approximately 45 minutes and you’re welcome to stay on campus afterwards as our refectories will be open for lunch and refreshments.
Yes – we have pay-and-display parking on all of our campuses and you’re welcome to park for the day if you’d prefer to leave your car on campus and walk into the town/city centre to explore the area.
Numbers will depend on uptake however we always do our best to make the tour groups as small as possible. Occasionally your tour could be 1-to-1 with a student ambassador.
You are welcome to bring a guest or two or attend on your own. Whichever you feel most comfortable doing.
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