About the University

The University of Gloucestershire is a public university situated in Gloucestershire with three campuses in total. The university is situated in two locations with two campuses in Cheltenham and one in Gloucester which are Francis Close Hall, The Park and Oxstalls, respectively. The university gained its status in the year 2001, before which its roots can be traced back to the 19th century when two distinct strands of educational provisions in Gloucestershire merged to form the University of Gloucestershire, UK. The university is ranked in the top 100 universities in the UK in the guardian’s league table 2021.

Offering a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD degrees, students can choose to study subjects such as accounting and law, business management, computing, journalist, fine art, humanities, biology, geography, social science, education, and sports. Gloucestershire also offers two year “fast-track” courses in subjects such as law and business, which allows students to enter the workplace or further training faster and at a lower cost.

At Gloucestershire you will explore what is important to you and be supported to reach your postgraduate goals. We deliver programmes that meet your needs, no matter what you want to achieve from further study.

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