The University of Gloucestershire, Swindon College and New College Swindon have been successful in their joint £21m bid to set up a Government-backed Institute of Technology, it was announced today by Education Secretary, Damian Hinds (10 April).
Severn Stars defender Jodi-Ann Ward says the team is really positive going into this weekend's matches against Team Bath and Surrey Storm.
University of Gloucestershire Journalism student, Hesham Abdelhamid, won Student of the Year last night (10 April), at the Midlands Media Student Awards in Birmingham.
Severn Stars' Head Coach, Sam Bird, praised her side as they secured their first back-to-back wins of the season last night (April 6), defeating Strathclyde Sirens 49-40 at the University Sports Arena.
The University has been shortlisted as a finalist for ‘The Cyber University of the Year 2019’ in The National Cyber Awards 2019.
Severn Stars have also taken steps to bolster their squad by signing former England Rose, Leah Kennedy.
Engineering courses get the thumbs up from leading engineering firms at launch event.
The University welcomed news that a joint funding bid for the Cyber Wales and West project has been shortlisted to move to the next phase of business planning.
Pooper Snooper is a new app from the University and Bristol-based company, Natural Apptitude, which harnesses the power of the public to help stamp out dog mess.
The University has created a brand new record label which will be launching its first ever album on 21 March.
An apprentice studying for the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship at the University has won the Outstanding Apprentice of the Year (Financial and Business Services).
Bafta-winning writer and actor, Jessica Hynes, will be taking the stage at the yniversity to talk about her life and work on 28 March.
University students took home the top prizes at the Royal Television Society (RTS) West of England Student Awards last night (Tuesday 12 February) at the Everyman Cinema in Bristol.