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How Catalyst funding helped put the ‘growth’ into the Growth Hub in Gloucestershire


Vice-Chancellor Stephen Marston's blog 'How Catalyst funding helped put the ‘growth’ into the Growth Hub in Gloucestershire' has been published on the HEFCE (Higher Education Funding Council for England) website.

From apps to Fitbits, are we leaving ourselves vulnerable to cyber threats?


Professor Kamal Bechkoum will launch the 2018 Public Lecture Series at the University by exploring the risks, benefits and future of how we stay safe, while staying connected.

Prime Minister announces £20 million for Institute of Coding to train next generation of digital specialists


The next generation of digital specialists will be created through the new Institute of Coding.

New report finds Growth Hub is growing the economy in Gloucestershire


An independent evaluation by BiGGAR Economics shows the Growth Hub is fully achieving its goals in boosting productivity and economic growth in the county.

University Business School secures one million euros in EU funding to support business growth across Indonesia


The Business School has secured one million euros of EU funding to develop entrepreneurial capacity amongst graduates and local communities across Indonesia.

Annual Chancellor’s Lecture to ask: Is Artificial Intelligence going too far?


Dame Wendy Hall, a Director of the Web Science Institute, presents ‘Artificial Intelligence: through the looking glass’ at the University of Gloucestershire’s annual Chancellor’s Lecture.

University of Gloucestershire receives Silver award for teaching excellence


The University of Gloucestershire has been awarded a Silver rating in recognition of its “high quality teaching” in the Government’s latest university rankings system, published today (22 June).

University’s Business School and Growth Hub plans given the green light


The University of Gloucestershire's expansion plans for its Oxstalls campus in Gloucester have been given the go-ahead.

Boost the skills of your workforce with higher and degree apprenticeships


Andrew Webster, Head of Skills in Business, explains the difference between higher and degree apprenticeships and how your business can become more productive and competitive.

Funding for apprenticeships: know the facts


The way UK apprenticeships are funded is changing. Find out how the apprenticeship levy will affect your business and how you can benefit.

Professor Tom Barker, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Technology at the University of Gloucestershire

The Internet of Things


Last week the University of Gloucestershire was awarded £240,000 by HEFCE to expand its portfolio of apprenticeships, including three new degree apprenticeships in the Science and Technology (STEM) sector.

Andrew Webster Head of Skills in Business at the University of Gloucestershire

University takes the lead on skills in business


For Gloucestershire organisations to compete in an increasingly global marketplace, it has never been more important for businesses to have access to the skills that they need, locally.

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