The University of Gloucestershire offers a wide range of degrees, courses and apprenticeships at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Typically, students learn theory from industry experts and put their learning into practice in course work, real-world projects, placements and field trips. The school has a 150-year tradition of education dating back to 1847. There are over 100 academic courses to choose from and approximately 10,000 students studying at the three campuses in Gloucestershire. With UofGlouc from the very beginning, Francis Close Hall has seen a legacy grow from strength to strength throughout their nearly 170 years in education. Located in the beautiful South West of England, the Roman city of Gloucester and the regency town of Cheltenham are surrounded by the picturesque Cotswold countryside. With ideal locations giving easy access to the countryside the university creates a great student experience in terms of balancing study with leisure.
Why University of Gloucestershire?
NOTE: This school may use UCAS as an external portal for application for some programs. A £20 (single application) or £25 (up to 5 applications) application fee may apply.
Up to 1,529 USD