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格羅斯特郡大學

United Kingdom
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格羅斯特郡大學

United Kingdom
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格羅斯特郡大學

United Kingdom
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格羅斯特郡大學

United Kingdom
Overview

Overview

The University of Gloucestershire is spread across three campuses, with two in Cheltenham and one in Gloucester. With direct rail links to Birmingham (40 minutes), Bristol (40 minutes) and London (two hours), as well as excellent road access to the rest of the country, Cheltenham and Gloucester are located in some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes. The Cotswold Hills rise behind Cheltenham, while beyond Gloucester the River Severn and Forest of Dean offer plenty of activities.

The university takes pride in its relationship with its students, and was listed as a top 10 UK university for student support in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2017. Services on offer include a confidential counselling team, help with academic writing and financial support.

Students can take advantage of the university's Your Future Plan initiative, which offers guaranteed support with creating a personal career plan. This scheme helps students with everything from looking for a part-time job to getting their foot in the door with a placement or internship. The university has also developed the Gloucestershire Employability Awards, allowing for students to identify their skills, write a stand-out CV and be interview-ready.

There are close to 50 clubs and societies at the university, allowing students to gain new experiences outside of the classroom, meet new friends and pursue their interests and talents. With everything from creative writing to a student-run radio station, there is no shortage of ways to engage in the university lifestyle. An additional 35 sports clubs are also on offer, ranging from football to hockey.

Each campus has its own Students' Union bar, where events take place each week. Subject-specific facilities across the sites include film and TV studios, a £2million performing arts centre, a state-of-the-art sports centre – complete with 3G pitches – and 24-hour libraries.

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Overview

Overview

The University of Gloucestershire is spread across three campuses, with two in Cheltenham and one in Gloucester. With direct rail links to Birmingham (40 minutes), Bristol (40 minutes) and London (two hours), as well as excellent road access to the rest of the country, Cheltenham and Gloucester are located in some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes. The Cotswold Hills rise behind Cheltenham, while beyond Gloucester the River Severn and Forest of Dean offer plenty of activities.

The university takes pride in its relationship with its students, and was listed as a top 10 UK university for student support in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2017. Services on offer include a confidential counselling team, help with academic writing and financial support.

Students can take advantage of the university's Your Future Plan initiative, which offers guaranteed support with creating a personal career plan. This scheme helps students with everything from looking for a part-time job to getting their foot in the door with a placement or internship. The university has also developed the Gloucestershire Employability Awards, allowing for students to identify their skills, write a stand-out CV and be interview-ready.

There are close to 50 clubs and societies at the university, allowing students to gain new experiences outside of the classroom, meet new friends and pursue their interests and talents. With everything from creative writing to a student-run radio station, there is no shortage of ways to engage in the university lifestyle. An additional 35 sports clubs are also on offer, ranging from football to hockey.

Each campus has its own Students' Union bar, where events take place each week. Subject-specific facilities across the sites include film and TV studios, a £2million performing arts centre, a state-of-the-art sports centre – complete with 3G pitches – and 24-hour libraries.

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Overview

Overview

The University of Gloucestershire is spread across three campuses, with two in Cheltenham and one in Gloucester. With direct rail links to Birmingham (40 minutes), Bristol (40 minutes) and London (two hours), as well as excellent road access to the rest of the country, Cheltenham and Gloucester are based in some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes. The Cotswold Hills rise behind Cheltenham, while beyond Gloucester the River Severn and Forest of Dean offer plenty of activities.

The university takes pride in its relationship with its students, and was listed as a top ten UK university for student support in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2017. Services on offer include a confidential counselling team, help with academic writing and financial support.

Students can take advantage of the university's Your Future Plan initiative, which offers guaranteed support with creating a personal career plan. This scheme helps students with everything from looking for a part-time job to getting their foot in the door with a placement or internship. The university has also developed the Gloucestershire Employability Awards, allowing for students to identify their skills, write a stand-out CV and be interview-ready.

There are close to 50 clubs and societies at the university, allowing students to gain new experiences outside of the classroom, meet new friends and pursue their interests and talents. With everything from creative writing to a student-run radio station, there is no shortage of ways to engage in the university lifestyle. More than 35 sports clubs are also on offer, ranging from football to hockey.

Each campus has its own Students' Union bar, where events take place each week. Subject-specific facilities across the sites include film and TV studios, a GBP 2million performing arts centre, a state-of-the-art sports centre – complete with 3G pitches – and 24-hour libraries.

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Overview

Overview

The university is based in the southwest of the UK, and spread across three campuses, with two in Cheltenham and one in Gloucester. With direct rail links to Birmingham (40 minutes), Bristol (40 minutes) and London (two hours), as well as excellent road and rail access to the rest of the country, Gloucestershire is a perfect base for students to start their study life in the UK.

Gloucestershire hosts over 45 festivals a year, including jazz, science, food and literature, so there's plenty for students to get involved in, both personally and for work experience. The university also have over 500 restaurants, cafes, bars to choose so students can find pretty much any kind of cuisine. Gloucestershire surprises students and it's the perfect place to experience the best of city and country life.

Students join a vibrant and connected community of over 10,000 students from 60 different countries. Gloucestershire have over 80 different sports club and societies for students to choose from. Students can get involved in anything from Dumbledore's Army, snow club, vegan, films, comedy, and international societies plus more. Many students also love to attend the international cafe and make the most of the various social trips on offer including trips to Oxford, London, film nights, international food festivals.

The university takes pride in their relationship with students, and achieves this through a strong student support network, which includes Helpzones. Services on offer include a confidential counselling team, help with academic writing and financial support. Students can take advantage of the university's Your Future Plan initiative, which offers guaranteed career planning support.

Gloucestershire understand that it is important that students are employable upon leaving university. 95 per cent of the university's graduates are either in employment or higher study within six months of graduation (DLHE 2017/18).

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What’s new

What’s new

The University of Gloucestershire has opened two new state-of-the-art 3G sports pitches at our Oxstalls campus. The two pitches offer students and the community year-round access to a variety of sports, including rugby and football, walking football and a range of disability sports, with world-class artificial playing surfaces. The pitches are FIFA and World Rugby compliant.

“We are thrilled to see the Oxstalls Sports Park emerge as an international standard facility which will offer additional opportunities for individuals to engage in a range of activities for health and wellbeing. Our ambition is to also attract major events which will begin with the Severn Stars Super League Netball Club playing their home games here in 2019.” - Anita Navin, Head of the School of Sport and Exercise at the University of Gloucestershire.

England Rugby’s investment is part of its Rugby World Cup 2015 legacy of delivering over GBP 50million into the development of 100 artificial pitches across England.

Steve Grainger, RFU Rugby Development Director said, “We are delighted to work in partnership with the University of Gloucestershire to increase rugby across the area. The university has a fantastic rugby programme and we hope that the new pitches will continue to foster strong links with rugby clubs across the area, providing them with access to a high quality playing surface that can be used year-round.”

Our new Pittville Student Village, which is the result of £38million investment, has added an additional 800 rooms to our existing portfolio. This exciting new site in Cheltenham has been developed in partnership with Uliving, leaders in student living. The village boasts landscaped grounds, gym, multi-use games area, shop, faith space, ergonomic social spaces and 24/7 on site security.

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What’s new

What’s new

The University of Gloucestershire has opened two new state-of-the-art 3G sports pitches at our Oxstalls campus. The two pitches offer students and the community year-round access to a variety of sports, including rugby and football, walking football and a range of disability sports, with world-class artificial playing surfaces. The pitches are FIFA and World Rugby compliant.

“We are thrilled to see the Oxstalls Sports Park emerge as an international standard facility which will offer additional opportunities for individuals to engage in a range of activities for health and wellbeing. Our ambition is to also attract major events which will begin with the Severn Stars Super League Netball Club playing their home games here in 2019.” - Anita Navin, Head of the School of Sport and Exercise at the University of Gloucestershire.

England Rugby’s investment is part of its Rugby World Cup 2015 legacy of delivering over GBP 50million into the development of 100 artificial pitches across England.

Steve Grainger, RFU Rugby Development Director said, “We are delighted to work in partnership with the University of Gloucestershire to increase rugby across the area. The university has a fantastic rugby programme and we hope that the new pitches will continue to foster strong links with rugby clubs across the area, providing them with access to a high quality playing surface that can be used year-round.”

Our new Pittville Student Village, which is the result of £38million investment, has added an additional 800 rooms to our existing portfolio. This exciting new site in Cheltenham has been developed in partnership with Uliving, leaders in student living. The village boasts landscaped grounds, gym, multi-use games area, shop, faith space, ergonomic social spaces and 24/7 on site security.

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What’s new

What’s new

The University of Gloucestershire is constantly improving the offer for student’s, with new facilities, courses and opportunities being developed all the time. Recent additions include:

Course in Professional Policing

The university recently became one of the first in the country to have a license to offer a degree in Professional Policing. With the first intake starting in September 2019, students will gain practice in the field, as well as studying in the recently opened Crime Scene House facility.

Institute of Technology

In collaboration with Swindon College and New College Swindon, the university will be setting up a new Institute of Technology, backed by the UK government.

New Engineering Technology Courses

A range of new courses will be on offer to students from September 2019 from the School of Business and Technology. Designed with a range of businesses and industry in mind, students will gain specialist experience to prepare them for work in a changing engineering industry.

Business School and Growth Hub

Opened in 2019 by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the new GBP 20 million Business School and Growth Hub building at the Oxstalls campus in Gloucester includes a trading room, moot court and other social, teaching and learning spaces. The Growth Hub offers a place for students to connect with businesses, creating long term opportunities for collaboration with industry.

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What's new

What's new

COVID-19 Update

In light of the coronavirus pandemic the university has made a number of contingency plans in order to continue to support students. This includes offering pre-sessional English courses online in the summer. The university intends to commence teaching and learning in September 2020 so that students can start their studies. This will be through blended learning, a mixture of online learning with some smaller face to face tutorials alongside. Students are encouraged to check the university website on a regular basis for updates and information.

Should the UK Government still require overseas visitors to self-isolate on arrival in the UK, the university promises to support its students by offering free accommodation for the 14-day quarantine period.

The university has been working with government and accreditation bodies to ensure that the application process is as easy as possible for students and reflects the unique circumstances that they may find themselves in. This includes greater flexibility around the provision of application information, such as transcripts or certificates. Students are advised to speak directly to the university if they are facing challenges in obtaining such documentation and about their unique circumstances. The university has also developed a coronavirus FAQ resource in order to assist students' queries.

For 2020 entry, the institution has recognised additional English language tests outside of the traditional IELTS test, and now accepts the IELTS Indicator and DuoLingo test as proof of English proficiency. In addition, pre-sessional and foundation English language courses are available online at the university, including:

  • English Language Testing: Available as an online test to assess University of Gloucestershire applicants' level of English.
  • Online Pre-sessional English: Available as a 6-week or 10-week online course delivered over the summer to prepare students to enter degree programmes.

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Schools

Schools

Business School​

Opening in September 2018, our brand new Business School at Oxstalls, Gloucester, will also be the home of an expanded Growth Hub meaning students get to connect and work with real businesses alongside their studies. From its own moot court room to a live Thomson Reuters trading room, the building allows students to learn in a professional environment using the latest techniques and equipment you’d find in company headquarters around the globe.

Our new computing suite allows our students to get hands on with the same equipment found in the technology industries and our innovative research and forensics labs mean students are at the forefront of cyber security.

School of Natural and Social Sciences​

To reflect the real world need for addressing serious issues, the major emphasis across all of the school’s courses is the professional application of the skills developed, personal relevance, and employability. All of the courses have a strong practical element, whether through volunteering, internships, research trips, field trips or fieldwork in some quite remarkable locations such as the Swiss Alps, South Africa, Morocco or Florida*. Some courses also offer the opportunity to take on research projects with, or for, external organisations, while others focus on developing students’ practical experience by providing a wide range of volunteering opportunities in which they can put their skills to the test.

School of Art and Design​​

In our School of Art and Design, students not only make the work, they are expected to market it too. As a creative community with great heritage, the school helps students explore different mediums, showcase their work at exhibitions and work in a national and international sphere. Students can study on courses with international trips to locations such as London, Berlin, and Beijing.

Read more on the university’s academic schools here…

*Additional costs may apply and destinations may be subject to change, see course webpages for details.

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Schools

Schools

Business School​

Opening in September 2018, our brand new Business School at Oxstalls, Gloucester, will also be the home of an expanded Growth Hub meaning students get to connect and work with real businesses alongside their studies. From its own moot court room to a live Thomson Reuters trading room, the building allows students to learn in a professional environment using the latest techniques and equipment you’d find in company headquarters around the globe.

Our new computing suite allows our students to get hands on with the same equipment found in the technology industries and our innovative research and forensics labs mean students are at the forefront of cyber security.

School of Natural and Social Sciences​

To reflect the real world need for addressing serious issues, the major emphasis across all of the school’s courses is the professional application of the skills developed, personal relevance, and employability. All of the courses have a strong practical element, whether through volunteering, internships, research trips, field trips or fieldwork in some quite remarkable locations such as the Swiss Alps, South Africa, Morocco or Florida*. Some courses also offer the opportunity to take on research projects with, or for, external organisations, while others focus on developing students’ practical experience by providing a wide range of volunteering opportunities in which they can put their skills to the test.

School of Art and Design​​

In our School of Art and Design, students not only make the work, they are expected to market it too. As a creative community with great heritage, the school helps students explore different mediums, showcase their work at exhibitions and work in a national and international sphere. Students can study on courses with international trips to locations such as London, Berlin, and Beijing.

Read more on the university’s academic schools here…

*Additional costs may apply and destinations may be subject to change, see course webpages for details.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Gloucestershire has an excellent reputation for teaching, and was awarded the Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF 2017). The TEF looks at the learning environment, teaching quality and graduate outcomes. The University of Gloucestershire was praised for:

  • the integrated approach to student placements and work experience.
  • opportunities for students to engage with businesses and industries.
  • the personal tutoring experience students got from their teachers.
  • the specialist resources created by teachers.
  • bespoke learning plans created for individual students according to their needs.

All of this also meant the university was ranked equal 10th for the highest quality staff and lectures (THE Student Experience Survey 2018).

It also has an excellence reputation for research, meaning students are learning from tutors who are experts in their fields, and engaging with exciting developments in the academic world. The university was ranked world-leading in all of its research areas, which include: Sport, Exercise, Health and Wellbeing Applied Business and Technology and Environmental Dynamics and Governance.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The University of Gloucestershire has an excellent reputation for teaching, and was awarded a silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF 2017). The TEF looks at the learning environment, teaching quality and graduate outcomes of a university. The University of Gloucestershire was praised for:

  • the integrated approach to student placements and work experience
  • opportunities for students to engage with businesses and industries
  • the personal tutoring experience students got from their teachers
  • the specialist resources created by teachers
  • bespoke learning plans created for individual students according to their needs

All of this also meant the university was ranked equal 10th for the highest quality staff and lectures (THE Student Experience Survey 2018.)

Gloucestershire also has an excellent reputation for research, meaning students are learning from tutors who are experts in their fields, and engaging with exciting developments in the academic world. The university was ranked world-leading in all of its research areas, which include: sport, exercise, health and wellbeing applied business and technology and environmental dynamics and governance.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To meet the University of Gloucestershire’s English language entry requirements, international students will need to achieve scores in tests including:

IELTS

Bachelor 'studies route' degree courses – 5.5 overall with no less than 5.5 in any band.

Most bachelor degree courses (Level 4, 5 and 6 entry) – 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any band.

Journalism BA, Journalism MA, and BSc Nursing Adult – 7.0 overall with no less than 7.0 in any component.

Postgraduate courses – 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any component.

Postgraduate Research courses – 6.5 overall with no less than 6.0 in writing and no less than 5.5 in any other component.

TOEFL IBT

Bachelor 'Studies Route' Degree Courses – 87 overall with no less than 21 in writing, 21 in listening, 22 in reading and 23 in speaking.

Bachelor degree courses (Level 1 and 2 entry) – 90 overall with no less than 21 in writing, 21 in listening, 22 in reading and 23 in speaking.

Bachelor degree courses (Level 3 entry) – 90 overall with no less than 23 in any band.

Postgraduate degree courses and Postgraduate Research Programmes – 93 overall with no less than 23 in any band.

MA in Journalism – 95 overall with no less than 23 in any band.

All English language qualifications accepted are assessed based on their equivalence to the UKVI IELTS (Academic) Test.

Pre-Sessional English courses

The university offers pre-sessional courses to help students achieve the required English level for undergraduate or postgraduate study. The courses take place in the summer prior to starting the academic course.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To meet the University of Gloucestershire’s English language entry requirements, international students will need to achieve scores in tests including:

IELTS

Bachelor 'studies route' degree courses – 5.5 overall with no less than 5.5 in any band.

Most bachelor degree courses (Level 4, 5 and 6 entry) – 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any band.

Journalism BA, Journalism MA, and BSc Nursing Adult – 7.0 overall with no less than 7.0 in any component.

Postgraduate courses – 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any component.

Postgraduate Research courses – 6.5 overall with no less than 6.0 in writing and no less than 5.5 in any other component.

TOEFL IBT

Bachelor 'Studies Route' Degree Courses – 87 overall with no less than 21 in writing, 21 in listening, 22 in reading and 23 in speaking.

Bachelor degree courses (Level 1 and 2 entry) – 90 overall with no less than 21 in writing, 21 in listening, 22 in reading and 23 in speaking.

Bachelor degree courses (Level 3 entry) – 90 overall with no less than 23 in any band.

Postgraduate degree courses and Postgraduate Research Programmes – 93 overall with no less than 23 in any band.

MA in Journalism – 95 overall with no less than 23 in any band.

All English language qualifications accepted are assessed based on their equivalence to the UKVI IELTS (Academic) Test.

Pre-Sessional English courses

The university offers pre-sessional courses to help students achieve the required English level for undergraduate or postgraduate study. The courses take place in the summer prior to starting the academic course.

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Department structure

Department structure

There are three main schools that make up the University of Gloucestershire.

Business School​

The brand new Business School at Oxstalls, Gloucester, is home to an expanded Growth Hub meaning students get to connect and work with real businesses alongside their studies. From its own moot court room to a live Thomson Reuters trading room, the building allows students to learn in a professional environment using the latest techniques and equipment you’d find in company headquarters around the globe.

The new computing suite allows students to get their hands on with the same equipment found in the technology industries and innovative research and forensics labs mean students are at the forefront of cyber security.

School of Natural and Social Sciences​

The emphasis across all courses offered at the school is applying the skills developed professionally, to help enhance employability and enable students to address serious real-world issues. All the courses have a strong practical element, whether through volunteering, internships, research trips, field trips or fieldwork in remarkable locations such as the Swiss Alps, South Africa, Morocco or Florida. Some courses also offer the opportunity to take on research projects with, or for, external organisations, while others focus on developing students’ practical experience by providing a wide range of volunteering opportunities in which they can put their skills to the test.

School of Art and Design​​

In the School of Art and Design, students not only make the work, they are expected to market it too. As a creative community with great heritage, the school helps students explore different mediums, showcase their work at exhibitions and work in a national and international sphere. Students can study on courses with international trips to locations such as London, Berlin, and Beijing.

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Department structure

The University has eight academic schools comprising: Business Computing and Engineering Allied Health Natural and Social Sciences Sport and Exercise Media, Arts and Education.

Business School​

The brand-new Business School at Oxstalls Campus, Gloucester, is home to an expanded Growth Hub. From a moot court room to a live Thomson Reuters trading room, the building allows students to learn in a professional environment using the latest techniques and equipment found in company headquarters around the globe. Students also benefit from live projects with real companies, academics from industry backgrounds and opportunities to take work experience or placements as part of their course.

Students are also able to take a virtual tour of the Business School.

School of Arts

Students not only create professional level work, they are expected to market it too. As a creative community with great heritage, the school helps students explore different mediums, showcase their work at exhibitions and work in a national and international sphere.

The brand-new Design Centre, at Park Campus in Cheltenham, offers a professional space for advertising, fashion, graphics, interior and product design students to develop their creative talent. Students take a virtual tour of the facility.

The Francis Close Hall Campus has dedicated Illustration and landscape architecture open-plan studios, photography and fine art studios.

Media School

The School of Media provides industry-standard, specialist facilities at the Park campus in Cheltenham. The university's studios and production spaces form an interdisciplinary hub where students can commission, collaborate and create exciting work together. The expanded and updated Media Centre is complete with top-spec equipment. Students can work on projects in industry-standard production spaces including:

  • Film and TV studios
  • Editing suites
  • Music studios
  • Rehearsal rooms
  • Radio stations
  • Multimedia newsroom
  • Animation studios
  • Sound labs

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Scholarships

Scholarships

The University of Gloucestershire rewards academic excellence and operates an extensive scholarship programme for international students. To be eligible for these scholarships, students must be paying fees at the international tuition fee rate.

The university offers a range of grant awards from GBP 2,000 to GBP 4,000 for undergraduate or postgraduate taught courses. These will be awarded after receipt of application and offer and are valid for first year of study only.

The university also recognises academic excellence with 50% merit scholarships for select students in the following subjects: MBA, Masters of Finance, Masters of Accounting and Finance, BA Graphic Design, MA Landscape Architecture and MA Film Making (correct for 2018 entry). More details can be found online.

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Scholarships

Scholarships

The University of Gloucestershire rewards academic excellence and operates an extensive scholarship programme for international students. To be eligible for these scholarships, students must be paying fees at the international tuition fee rate.

The university offers a range of grant awards from GBP 2,000 to GBP 4,000 for undergraduate or postgraduate taught courses. These will be awarded after receipt of application and offer and are valid for first year of study only.

The university also recognises academic excellence with 50% merit scholarships for select students in the following subjects: MBA, Masters of Finance, Masters of Accounting and Finance, BA Graphic Design, MA Landscape Architecture and MA Film Making (correct for 2018 entry). More details can be found online.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To meet the University of Gloucestershire’s English language entry requirements, international students will need to achieve scores in tests including:

IELTS

  • Bachelor 'studies route' degree courses – 5.5 overall with no less than 5.5 in any band.
  • Most bachelor’s degree courses (Level 4, 5 and 6 entry) – 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any band.
  • Journalism BA, Journalism MA, and BSc Nursing Adult – 7.0 overall with no less than 7.0 in any component.
  • Postgraduate courses – 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any component.
  • Postgraduate Research courses – 6.5 overall with no less than 6.0 in writing and no less than 5.5 in any other component.

TOEFL IBT

  • Bachelor 'Studies Route' Degree Courses – 87 overall with no less than 21 in writing, 21 in listening, 22 in reading and 23 in speaking.
  • Bachelor’s degree courses (Level 1 and 2 entry) – 90 overall with no less than 21 in writing, 21 in listening, 22 in reading and 23 in speaking.
  • Bachelor’s degree courses (Level 3 entry) – 90 overall with no less than 23 in any band.
  • Postgraduate degree courses and Postgraduate Research Programmes – 93 overall with no less than 23 in any band.
  • MA in Journalism – 95 overall with no less than 23 in any band.
  • All English language qualifications accepted are assessed based on their equivalence to the UKVI IELTS (Academic) Test.

Pre-Sessional English courses

The university offers pre-sessional courses to help students achieve the required English level for undergraduate or postgraduate study. The courses take place in the summer prior to starting the academic course.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To meet the University of Gloucestershire's English language entry requirements, international students will need to achieve scores in tests including IELTS, however the university also accepts alternative English language tests. In addition, the university offers an English Language Test to applicants who apply to Gloucestershire:

IELTS

  • Most bachelor's degree courses (Level 4, 5 and 6 entry) – 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any band.
  • Journalism BA and MA, Sports Therapy BA and MA, Physiotherapy BA and Nursing courses BSc – 7.0 overall with no less than 7.0 in any component.
  • Postgraduate courses – 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any component
  • Postgraduate Research courses – 6.5 overall with no less than 6.0 in writing and no less than 5.5 in any other component.

Pre-Sessional English courses

The university offers online and on-campus pre-sessional courses to help students achieve the required English level for undergraduate or postgraduate study. The courses are available as a six-week or ten-week course and take place in the summer prior to starting the academic course.

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Facilities

Facilities

The university provides many facilities on its campuses including:

Libraries

Each campus has its own library with a dedicated helpdesk team and subject specialists. The university’s extensive resources support all students, from first year undergraduates to those studying PhDs. They have 24/7 access to an extensive range of e-books, journals and databases from all over the world.

The university provides over 100 laptops available across the three libraries with loan periods from two hours up to one week. Over 500 open access computers are provided, as well as free Wi-Fi across all campuses. There are also group study areas with coffee facilities, and silent research areas at the libraries.

Accommodation

The University of Gloucestershire has approximately 1,800 rooms in its halls of residence in Cheltenham and Gloucester. Many rooms are en-suite and communal kitchens (unless in a studio apartment) are stocked with fridge, freezer, microwave, cooker, toaster, kettle and cupboards. There are laundry facilities available for the students on-site, as well as regular bus services between campuses and residences.

The residential support team will provide support to residential students. This team consists of residential support advisers who are full-time staff and residential assistants who are returning students recruited by the accommodation department. The halls are also supported by the security, cleaning and maintenance teams.

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Facilities

Facilities

The university provides many facilities on its campuses including:

Libraries

Each campus has its own library with a dedicated helpdesk team and subject specialists. The university’s extensive resources support all students, from first year undergraduates to those studying PhDs. They have 24/7 access to an extensive range of e-books, journals and databases from all over the world.

The university provides over 100 laptops available across the three libraries with loan periods from two hours up to one week. Over 500 open access computers are provided, as well as free Wi-Fi across all campuses. There are also group study areas with coffee facilities, and silent research areas at the libraries.

Accommodation

The University of Gloucestershire has approximately 1,800 rooms in its halls of residence in Cheltenham and Gloucester. Many rooms are en-suite and communal kitchens (unless in a studio apartment) are stocked with fridge, freezer, microwave, cooker, toaster, kettle and cupboards. There are laundry facilities available for the students on-site, as well as regular bus services between campuses and residences.

The residential support team will provide support to residential students. This team consists of residential support advisers who are full-time staff and residential assistants who are returning students recruited by the accommodation department. The halls are also supported by the security, cleaning and maintenance teams.

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Scholarships

Scholarships

The University of Gloucestershire rewards academic excellence and operates an extensive scholarship programme for international students. To be eligible for these scholarships, students must be paying fees at the international tuition fee rate.

The university offers a range of grant awards from GBP 2,000 to GBP 4,000 for undergraduate or postgraduate taught courses. These will be awarded after receipt of application and offer and are valid for first year of study only.

The university also recognises academic excellence with 50% merit scholarships for select students in the following subjects: MBA, Master of Finance, Master of Accounting and Finance, BA Graphic Design, MA Landscape Architecture and MA Film Making.

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Scholarships

The University of Gloucestershire rewards academic excellence and operates an extensive scholarship programme for international students. To be eligible for these scholarships, students must be full-time and paying fees at the international tuition fee rate.

The university offers a range of automatic grant awards from GBP 2,000 to GBP 4,000 for undergraduate or postgraduate taught courses. These will be awarded after receipt of application and offer. The awards are valid for first year of study only.

The university also recognises academic excellence with 50 per cent postgraduate merit scholarships for select students in the following schools:

  • Business
  • Computing and Engineering
  • Arts
  • Education and Humanities
  • Natural and Social Sciences
  • Media

Students should consult the university website for more information on funding opportunities or contact the institution directly.

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Graduate Outcomes

Graduate Outcomes

The University provides career services to the students by providing support, information and opportunities to gain work experience, develop their skills and manage their career. 94% of the University of Gloucestershire’s graduates are in work or further study within six months of graduation (DLHE 2015/16).

The services include:

Placements

Most of the courses include placement modules which allow students to gain relevant experience working in a professional environment, locally, nationally, or internationally. In any one year, there are typically over 3,000 placements. These opportunities provide the chance to develop the students’ CVs as part of their assessed studies.

Internships

The university’s internship programme is open to all students on every course and offers them the chance to grow in confidence, as well as discover and develop their skills, with support from a dedicated team from start to finish.

Volunteering

Whether the students are interested in youth work, community sports or supporting festivals, there's a wealth of volunteering opportunities. A recent survey of the UK’s leading businesses found 75% of employers prefer to recruit people with volunteering experience. Volunteering provides students the chance to contribute to communities, locally, nationally and internationally, and enhance their network of friends.

Career management

The university’s team of professional careers advisers offer sessions within the chosen academic programme, apart from one-to-one advice, guidance and information to help them make a decision on what work they want to pursue upon graduation.

Students will be encouraged to explore their potential and career ideas, develop their skills and prepare with confidence for their next step after graduation.

Paid work

The Students’ Union advertises part-time paid work via its JobShop, which students can fit around their studies.

Student ambassadors

Earn while you learn – become a student ambassador and be paid to represent the university in a variety of ways, from talking to prospective students and their parents at open days and HE fairs to visiting schools and conducting campus tours.

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Graduate Outcomes

Graduate Outcomes

The University provides career services to the students by providing support, information and opportunities to gain work experience, develop their skills and manage their career. 94% of the University of Gloucestershire’s graduates are in work or further study within six months of graduation (DLHE 2015/16).

The services include:

Placements

Most of the courses include placement modules which allow students to gain relevant experience working in a professional environment, locally, nationally, or internationally. In any one year, there are typically over 3,000 placements. These opportunities provide the chance to develop the students’ CVs as part of their assessed studies.

Internships

The university’s internship programme is open to all students on every course and offers them the chance to grow in confidence, as well as discover and develop their skills, with support from a dedicated team from start to finish.

Volunteering

Whether the students are interested in youth work, community sports or supporting festivals, there's a wealth of volunteering opportunities. A recent survey of the UK’s leading businesses found 75% of employers prefer to recruit people with volunteering experience. Volunteering provides students the chance to contribute to communities, locally, nationally and internationally, and enhance their network of friends.

Career management

The university’s team of professional careers advisers offer sessions within the chosen academic programme, apart from one-to-one advice, guidance and information to help them make a decision on what work they want to pursue upon graduation.

Students will be encouraged to explore their potential and career ideas, develop their skills and prepare with confidence for their next step after graduation.

Paid work

The Students’ Union advertises part-time paid work via its JobShop, which students can fit around their studies.

Student ambassadors

Earn while you learn – become a student ambassador and be paid to represent the university in a variety of ways, from talking to prospective students and their parents at open days and HE fairs to visiting schools and conducting campus tours.

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Facilities

Facilities

The university provides many facilities on its campuses including:

Libraries

Each campus has its own library with a dedicated helpdesk team and subject specialists. The university’s extensive resources support all students, from first year undergraduates to those studying PhDs. They have 24/7 access to an extensive range of e-books, journals and databases from all over the world.

The university provides over 100 laptops available across the three libraries with loan periods from two hours up to one week. Over 500 open access computers are provided, as well as free Wi-Fi across all campuses. There are also group study areas with coffee facilities, and silent research areas at the libraries.

Accommodation

The University of Gloucestershire has approximately 1,800 rooms in its halls of residence in Cheltenham and Gloucester. Many rooms are en-suite and communal kitchens (unless in a studio apartment) are stocked with a fridge, freezer, microwave, cooker, toaster, kettle and cupboards. There are laundry facilities available for the students on-site, as well as regular bus services between campuses and residences.

The residential support team will provide support to residential students. This team consists of residential support advisers who are full-time staff and residential assistants who are returning students recruited by the accommodation department. The halls are also supported by the security, cleaning and maintenance teams.

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Facilities

The university provides a range of on-campus facilities. The best way to experience the university's facilities is via a virtual tour. Students can expect to study in state-of-the-art facilities with 24/7 libraries on every campus, help zones to support students and modern, light accommodation.

Libraries

Each campus has its own library, open 24/7 with a dedicated helpdesk team and subject specialists. The university's extensive resources support all students, from first year undergraduates to those studying PhDs. Students have access to an extensive range of e-books, journals and databases that can be accessed anywhere in the world.

The university provides over 200 laptops available across the three libraries with loan periods from four hours up to one week. Over 500 open access computers are provided, as well as free Wi-Fi across all campuses. There are also group study areas with coffee facilities, and silent research areas at the libraries.

Accommodation

The University of Gloucestershire has approximately 1,800 rooms in its halls of residence in Cheltenham and Gloucester. Many rooms are en-suite and communal kitchens (unless in a studio apartment) are stocked with a fridge, freezer, microwave, cooker, toaster, kettle and cupboards. There are laundry facilities available for students on-site, as well as regular bus services between campuses and residences.

The residential support team will provide support to residential students. This team consists of residential support advisers who are full-time staff and Halls Reps who are returning student volunteers recruited by the accommodation department. The halls are also supported by the security, cleaning and maintenance teams.

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The University of Gloucestershire is a medium sized university with over 160 years of history. It is big enough to offer variety and flexibility in the courses, yet small enough that the student can expect a friendly atmosphere and a very personal level of support. The University has delivered high quality teaching and higher education since 1847.

Gloucestershire offers an extensive range of undergraduate, postgraduate masters and PhD degrees. The flexible modular structure of the degrees at the university means that the student can have more choice about the options being studied. Joint Honours degrees are increasingly popular, while Sandwich Courses allow undergraduate students to have a year in paid employment with one of the many employers. The programmes ensure that the students are learning skills that quality employers are looking for in new graduates.

The University has four campuses in Cheltenham and Gloucester. Each has its own character and history. The on-campus accommodation, inter-site bus services, free orientation programme and dedicated international student support services are there to make the transition to studying in the UK as easy as possible.
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