The University of Gloucestershire has recently announced that it is undertaking a financial sustainability exercise in reaction to the downturn in the number of student applications to UK Higher Education Institutions over the next 3 years.
Christmas shoppers are invited to take a break from Christmas shopping this weekend when a winter pavilion opens in King’s Square on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December to show popular Christmas films and a variety of crowd-pleasing live music and comedy performances.
The University of Gloucestershire Students’ Union has just been ranked the best overall Freshers’ Fayre in the country!
This Sunday’s Gloucester’s Christmas Lantern Procession will light up the streets of Gloucester city centre. The procession begins at Kimbrose Triangle at 4.30pm, travelling along Southgate Street, Westgate Street and turning onto College Street before arriving at Gloucester Cathedral where a free carol service will take place.
At the 2018 Students’ Union AGM students voted for the SU to work to lobby the University to reduce disposable and single-use plastics on campus.
See the results of the Experience Officer elections
Following feedback from staff and students, a Students’ Union AGM meeting which voted for a reduction in disposable waste and a successful pilot over the summer months, the University has removed disposable cups from its refectories and coffee counters.
We are delighted to announce that the University has agreed to keep all libraries open 24/7!
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Gloucester Goes Retro sponsored by Pro Global on August Bank Holiday Saturday broke footfall records in the city centre for 2018. The popular, award-winning event was a fitting finale to Gloucester’s successful Summer of Music, Arts and Culture (SoMAC).
On Thursday 31st May at the beautiful setting of the Cheltenham Town Hall, the University of Gloucestershire Students’ Union hosted the annual SU Student Awards: affectionately known as the Gnomies.
Your SU has been lobbying on this issue for a while...
If you are a regular coffee drinker, you may know a little bit (or maybe lots!) about the way barista coffee is made.
Check out your newly elected Officer Team for 2018-2019.
Find out who won and what the final scores were...
Do you want to be the voice of all students here at UoG? Stand in the elections and run to be either the next SU President, Education Officer, Welfare Officer or Sports Officer.
Could you be the next SU president? Education Officer? Welfare Officer? Sports Officer?
We are seeking volunteers that have dyslexia to take part in a research project as part of a PhD study entitled, The impact of dyslexia on the online information-seeking behaviour of undergraduate students.
Check out this years finalists for the Student-Led Teaching Awards!