The University of Gloucestershire's expansion plans for its Oxstalls campus in Gloucester have been given the go-ahead.
Gloucestershire's new professional netball team, the Severn Stars, has signed a significant sponsorship deal with a global firm.
The University of Gloucestershire’s Media School has won a new national award that recognises teaching excellence in universities and positive impact on student experience.
Regarded as one of the finest actors of his generation and star of recent BBC series The Missing, David Morrissey will be taking centre stage to talk about his life and work at the University of Gloucestershire.
The University of Gloucestershire has been given the green light to offer a new nursing degree from September 2017, after the course was approved, subject to conditions, by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
The University of Gloucestershire’s Academic Subject Lead in Nursing Dr Joy Darch has been awarded a prestigious research scholarship from the Florence Nightingale Foundation.
Cityheart have submitted a detailed planning application to Gloucester City Council for a 295 bed student accommodation development together with supporting ancillary space and a car park development on the Barbican Way car park in Gloucester.
The University of Gloucestershire is celebrating further endorsement for its teaching excellence after two announcements by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) today.
Two advertising students from the University of Gloucestershire have won the prestigious DMA Breakthrough Award 2016 – one of marketing’s leading awards celebrating the next generation of talent coming into the industry.
Now working on national magazines, University of Gloucestershire graduate Aimee Jakes has received the Immediate Media Magazine Prize for her outstanding work in journalism.
University of Gloucestershire Director of Netball and former England netball captain Pamela Cookey has today announced the teams for her testimonial match.
Oli Christie, founder and chief executive of Neon Play, has received an Honorary Fellowship from the University of Gloucestershire.
Chief Executive of Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse (AAFDA), Frank Mullane, has received an honorary award from the University of Gloucestershire today.