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Your offer holder day

School of Education and Humanities

Saturday 25 March, from 11am

Your day

AM

Arrival and registration

Course welcome talks

PM

Course taster sessions – for offer holders only

Course Session 1Session 2
History, History and PoliticsPauper Palaces: the myth and reality of the Victorian workhouse
Religion, Philosophy and EthicsWhat does anything mean, basically?
English LiteratureNarratives of origin and creationCrime fiction
English Literature and Creative WritingWhere do writers get their inspiration?Crime fiction
Creative WritingWhere do writers get their inspiration?
Early Childhood Studies Pics and clips: investigating early childhood
Education, Inclusion and Special Educational Needs Topics in education
EducationTopics in education

Guest Q&A session

While offer holders take part in course taster sessions, guests can attend this Q&A session to find out more about the University of Gloucestershire experience.


Lunch
A complimentary lunch will be available for offer holders and guests.


Student Life presentation and panel

Optional campus and accommodation tours

FAQs

Take a look at these FAQs for more information about your day. They cover things like travel and parking, maps, what to bring and other handy information to help you get the most from your day.

School of Education and Humanities

Keen to find out more about studying a degree in the School of Education and Humanities? Explore our dedicated school page, to find out more about our fantastic facilities, placement opportunities and much more.

Off-campus accommodation

Pittville Student Village, Cheltenham

You’re welcome to visit Pittville Student Village to see some student accommodation and check out where it is in relation to our campuses and Cheltenham town centre.

To get there, head to Albert Road, Cheltenham, GL52 3JG – Google Maps.

Pittville Campus

Discover Gloucestershire

something for everyone

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.

Students sitting on a bench in front of water at Gloucester docks

Got questions?

If you want any more information, you can email us at studentrecruitment@glos.ac.uk