Located in Gloucestershire, England, the University of Gloucestershire is considered the UK’s most sustainable university (People and Planet League 2019). Across three specialized campuses, Gloucestershire is home to over 10,000 students, over 80 competitive sports, clubs, and societies, with over 4,000 placements and internships completed by students. Set in the idyllic countryside with close proximity to the iconic Cotswolds and Shakespeare Country, Gloucestershire offers the best of a small city with the beauty of England's green and pleasant lands.
UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE AT A GLANCE
Student fees for the 2022/2023 academic year:
Scholarships are available for students with top entry requirements.
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The University of Gloucestershire offers a range of accommodation options from residence halls to off campus private housing. With about 1,380 rooms in residence halls and managed university shared flats and houses, the University of Gloucestershire has an option for everyone.
There is guaranteed accommodation for all first year undergraduate, postgraduate, and international students.
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The University of Gloucestershire operates across four specialized campuses: Francis Close Hall, Oxstalls, The Park, and Hardwick Centre for Fine Art and Photography.
Find out more about each of UoG's campuses on a virtual tour.
Gloucestershire offers a variety of student experiences with over 50 societies, clubs, sports teams and theatre and arts programs to choose from.
Need to work? Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week during the term and 40 hours per week during the summer. After graduation, students will be able to apply for a two year working visa through the Graduate Extension Scheme [Expected June 2021].