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City Campus

UCAS code: G50

Originally established in 1847 to train teachers, we now have three campuses across Cheltenham and Gloucester. We still train teachers, but using our expertise we also inspire students studying art and design, business and technology, education, health and social care, media, natural and social sciences and sport and exercise. We challenge and support our students to become the best graduates they can be. They learn from and work with professionals and published experts – through Your Future Plan, we help them gain the skills, knowledge, experience and connections to become leaders in their chosen fields. Together, we make an unstoppable team.
Source: University of Gloucestershire Students' Union


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% of graduates in work or further study 96% MED
Average graduate salary £19k MED
Student satisfaction score 75% MED

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