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.