|Living cost||RM 3,500 per month|
|Student population||Medium (1,001 to 10,000)|
The University of Gloucestershire was formed in 1834 as the Mechanics' Institute, it became a University after gaining university status in 2001. The university is situated in Gloucestershire, England, it operates in three different sites, where two of them in Cheltenham, and one in Gloucester. The University of Gloucestershire offers Bachelor’s, Master’s, as well as Doctorate degrees in a variety of study area, including Art and Design, Business and Management, Computing and IT, Health and Sport, Hospitality and Tourism, as well as Law and Humanities.
The Park (Cheltenham) is near to the Cheltenham town centre, the campus is the base for Accounting, Business, Law, Marketing, Film, Media, and Computing courses. A shop, refectory, launderette, and students’ union are located here. Francis Close Hall Campus (Cheltenham) houses programmes in Biology, Education, English Literature, Fine Art, Graphic Design, History, Illustration, Landscape Architecture, Photography, Psychology, and Theology. Facilities include library and IT facilities, student’s union, and a refectory. Oxstalls Campus (Gloucester) is only minutes from Gloucester city centre, offering Events Management, Hospitality, Leisure, Performing Arts, Sport & Exercise, as well as Tourism courses. The campus is equipped with laboratories and a variety of sports facilities.
University of Gloucestershire is based in Gloucestershire, major cities such as London, Birmingham, Oxford are within an easy reach by train or car.
- Architecture, Building
- Business, Management
- Creative Arts & Design
- English Language
- Hotel Management & Hospitality
- Humanities & Social Sciences
- Mass Communication & Media
- Sports Science