98

CUG UK ranking (out of 144)

75%

NSS Student Satisfaction score

96%

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Originally founded by Reverend Francis Close, The University of Gloucestershire began life as the Cheltenham Training College in 1847 at the site that has since become the Francis Close Hall campus (FCH). The University of Gloucestershire has four specialist campuses, each with their own personality and attractions. The University carries a Silver rating in the Government's Teaching Excellence Framework TEF, and has an overall satisfaction score 3% higher than the national average. It specialises in teacher training at both primary and secondary levels.

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The university

Originally founded by Reverend Francis Close, The University of Gloucestershire began life as the Cheltenham Training College in 1847 at the site that has since become the Francis Close Hall campus (FCH). The University of Gloucestershire has four specialist campuses, each with their own personality and attractions. The University carries a Silver rating in the Government's Teaching Excellence Framework TEF, and has an overall satisfaction score 3% higher than the national average. It specialises in teacher training at both primary and secondary levels.

What students think

Attention has been drawn to the fact that University of Gloucestershire students complete over 4,000 placements and internships in the UK and abroad, making potential for industry links and placements a huge pull. Students love Gloucestershire -  they've highlighted that it has over 45 festivals a​ year, including jazz, science, food and literature, and also has over 500 pubs, clubs and bars and a whole host of activities in both city and country settings.

The lecturers at the uni are highly praised too - published experts, active researchers, practising artists and experienced professionals.

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The university

Originally founded by Reverend Francis Close, The University of Gloucestershire began life as the Cheltenham Training College in 1847 at the site that has since become the Francis Close Hall campus (FCH). The University of Gloucestershire has four specialist campuses, each with their own personality and attractions. The University carries a Silver rating in the Government's Teaching Excellence Framework TEF, and has an overall satisfaction score 3% higher than the national average. It specialises in teacher training at both primary and secondary levels.

What students think

Attention has been drawn to the fact that University of Gloucestershire students complete over 4,000 placements and internships in the UK and abroad, making potential for industry links and placements a huge pull. Students love Gloucestershire -  they've highlighted that it has over 45 festivals a​ year, including jazz, science, food and literature, and also has over 500 pubs, clubs and bars and a whole host of activities in both city and country settings.

The lecturers at the uni are highly praised too - published experts, active researchers, practising artists and experienced professionals.

Attention has been drawn to the fact that University of Gloucestershire students complete over 4,000 placements and internships in the UK and abroad, making potential for industry links and placements a huge pull. Students love Gloucestershire -  they've highlighted that it has over 45 festivals a​ year, including jazz, science, food and literature, and also has over 500 pubs, clubs and bars and a whole host of activities in both city and country settings.

The lecturers at the uni are highly praised too - published experts, active researchers, practising artists and experienced professionals.

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