The University of Gloucestershire is pleased to inform that applications are currently being accepted for the January 2024 enrollment period. As the academic community prepares for the upcoming year, this esteemed institution is presenting enticing prospects for students to commence their pursuit of higher education.
January 2024 course list:
- MBA [Masters Stage] Business Administration
- MSc Data Science
- MSc Engineering Management
- MSc Financial Technology
- MBA Global Business Administration – please see all the specialist routes here
- MSc Human Resource Management
- MSc [Masters Stage] Human Resource Management
- LLM International Business Law and Management
- MSc International Business
- MSc Marketing
- MSc Mechatronics Engineering
The institution places great emphasis on its dedication to providing exceptional education. According to the findings of the National Student Survey 2023, a notable proportion of 22 courses achieved a teaching quality score exceeding 90%. This serves as evidence of the committed faculty and their steadfast commitment to delivering an extraordinary educational encounter.
According to the Graduate Outcomes Survey, which was published in 2023 and pertains to the cohort of graduates from 2020/21, a notable 96% of individuals were either employed or engaged in advanced studies within a span of 15 months subsequent to their graduation.
Gloucestershire provides a unique blend of urban and rural lifestyles. The location possesses a dynamic and inventive character, while also retaining its historical and aesthetic appeal.
The region’s distinctive geographical position facilitates the hosting of over 45 annual festivals, showcasing a diverse range of music, cultural gatherings, and vibrant nightlife. Additionally, the area boasts picturesque countryside scenery, further to its appeal.
The city of Gloucester boasts a vibrant cultural heritage that is commemorated through a wide range of annual events. These include the renowned Tall Ships Festival held in the historic Gloucester Docks, the Free Food Festival, the Gloucester History Festival, and the Victorian Christmas Market.
The January intake is in accordance with Gloucestershire’s dedication to fostering inclusion and offering a range of pathways to higher education. Gloucestershire’s January 2024 intake provides students with an opportunity to enhance their professional development, pursue novel academic pursuits, and progress their research aspirations, thereby facilitating both personal and career success.