University of Gloucestershire
The University of Gloucestershire is a medium-sized university with over 160 years of history, based on four main campuses in Cheltenham and Gloucester. With 8,000 students the university is big enough to offer variety and flexibility in it’s 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. It now offers an extensive range of undergraduate, postgraduate masters and PhD degrees. The flexible modular structure of the degrees at Gloucestershire 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 of Gloucestershire is located on three campuses in Cheltenham and Gloucester. Each has it’s own character and history. Their 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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