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University to trial a ban on single use cups


Following feedback from staff and students, the university will be removing single use disposable cups from its refectories and coffee counters this summer.

University celebrates win at national photography awards


The university's BA Photography: Editorial and Advertising degree has been awarded ‘Course of the Year’ from one of the most prestigious professional photographers’ associations in the world.

Double boost for University Business School as graduates out-earn their competitors


The latest Government education data release has shown that graduates of the University of Gloucestershire’s Business School are, on average, 4% more likely to be in sustained employment or further study 5 years after graduating.

The university joins Institute of Coding to tackle UK digital skills crisis


The university has joined the The Institute of Coding (IoC), a consortium of universities and employers, with a mission to develop the next generation of digital talent at degree level and above.

Migration stories from across Europe showcased on MyStory Digital Storytelling website


Teenagers’ lives in their own words. From the UK, Austria, Italy and Hungary, young people have produced 80 short videos on ‘food’, ‘family’ and ‘festival’.

University climbs Guardian league table


The university has risen a further nine places in The Guardian University Guide for 2019.

Students takeover Wychwood Festival stage


Fifteen student acts from the university have been chosen to perform at this year’s Wychwood Festival, 1 - 3 June.

Cathedral Lecture explores how women were erased from the Bible


Popular speaker and theologian, Dr Paula Gooder presents this year's Michael Perham University Cathedral Lecture: ‘A woman's place?'

Students’ film to premiere at top documentary festival


A documentary created by a group of students at the University of Gloucestershire has been officially selected for a top film festival.

University plans free BioBlitz event at Pittville Park


Join the race to find as much wildlife as you can, as the university brings this year’s BioBlitz to Pittville Park as part of the Cheltenham Science Festival (8 – 9 June).

The university commits to divest from fossil fuels


The university has taken the decision to fully divest from fossil fuel extraction companies with immediate effect.

In the age of ‘fake news’ what’s next for journalism?


Journalism Lecturer, Paul Wiltshire, presents ‘Finding the truth in a fake news era’ at the university's next Public Lecture.

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