University of Gloucestershire

University of Gloucestershire

University of Gloucestershire

Over the past 200 hundred years, the University in Gloucestershire has evolved by building on the traditions and diversity of the different institutions which have existed during that period. The University's earliest roots can be traced to the local Mechanics Institutes (Cheltenham 1834 and Gloucester 1840). It became known as the University of Gloucestershire in 2001.

The University consists of four campuses, each with excellent facilities, catering for the breadth of courses on offer. Gloucester town centre is only a five minute drive from The Oxstalls campus, the other three (The Park, Pittville Studios and Francis Close Hall) are located in Cheltenham.

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The Park
Cheltenham
GL50 2RH
Telephone number: 
03330 141414