Surrounded by picturesque parkland, Park Campus is a creative hub where media, design and technology students create and collaborate using the latest industry equipment in top-spec facilities.
Home to a cosmopolitan range of courses, The Park brings together student-professionals from a variety of specialisms, ranging from subjects like graphic design and advertising right through to music and film production.
Just 15 minutes’ walk from the centre of Cheltenham and less than 10 minutes’ walk from Montpellier and the Bath Road, you’ll be right on your door step for Cheltenham’s clubs, bars, shops and Cafes.
Address: The Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. GL50 2RH
Access to the main car is from The Park, between Merestones Road and Brook Court. Please search for University of Gloucestershire, Park Campus using any smart phone navigation app.
Our car parks are normally pay and display but you will be able to park for free if you are joining us for an event.
The closest rail station is Cheltenham Spa – about 20 minutes’ walk from the campus (directions from the station to Park campus).
Students and staff can travel on the 94U inter-campus Stagecoach bus (except N94, which is £3.50 per journey) for just £1.60 per journey. Stagecoach also offers a unirider student bus ticket providing a flexible travel option.
Park and Ride
Cheltenham has two Park and Ride facilities.
Food and drink
The campus’ refectory offers hot meals, snacks, fresh sandwiches, a salad bar and freshly baked cakes and pastries. There are vegan and vegetarian options available as well as vending machines and free water stations, so you can top up your bottle. The Student Union bar provides evening entertainment and drinks or nearby you’ll find the buzzing district of Montpellier which has bars, restaurants, late-night cafes and supermarkets. Cheltenham’s best hot chocolate is just 10mins’ walk away on Bath Road as well as The Natural Grocery Store, selling organic and all-natural products.
The 94U bus connects all our campuses with Cheltenham town centre and Gloucester city centre.
Originally laid out as a zoological garden, with its own lake and elephant walkway, Park Campus is surrounded by picturesque parklands. It has MUGA pitches and acres of green for students to hang out.
In view from the campus are the stunning Cotswold Hills. The Cotswolds are the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in the UK.
These beautiful grounds offer a creative hub for our art, media and technology students to collaborate and inspire each other. Set in the Montpellier district of the town, the campus has a real buzz, surrounded by Georgian villas, botanical gardens, bars and boutiques.