Skills, Apprenticeships & Careers: The latest vacancies and opportunities across Gloucestershire
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Students to benefit from new collaboration with events giant
University of Gloucestershire and Festival Republic are collaborating on a new initiative, providing paid internships and work placement opportunities.
College football team are champions
Cirencester College Girls Football Academy have been crowned champions of their college league.
University top in South West for graduate outcomes
Ninety-six per cent of graduates from University of Gloucestershire are employed or undertaking further study, according to a new survey.
Hartpury unveils game-changing Digital Studio for agri-tech innovation
Hartpury University and Hartpury College has launched its Digital Studio, setting a new standard for agri-tech innovation in Gloucestershire.
‘AI should be part of teacher training courses’
Understanding AI should be part of teacher training courses and headteachers' leadership qualifications, a professional body has recommended.
Saving money as a student
Gloucestershire College has put together some tips to help students make ends meet.
Chris Boardman MBE visits Five Acres to view Levelling Up plans
Chris Boardman MBE recently visited Five Acres in Berry Hill to view and discuss the regeneration of the site.
Hartpury awarded funding to boost grassroots sport in Gloucester
The Hartpury Sports Business Hub has received £116,132 from Gloucester City Council through the Government’s UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
LEAF Innovation Centre status for Hartpury Agri-Tech Centre
The Hartpury Agri-Tech Centre has joined LEAF’s (Linking Environment and Farming) network of innovation centres.
Landmark project to transform healthcare in Gloucestershire
A former BBC correspondent will be the keynote speaker at the launch of a landmark project between University of Gloucestershire and the NHS.
Higher education open day
South Gloucestershire & Stroud (SGS) College is holding an open day for its university (higher education) courses next month.
Cotswold aviation company inspires Beavers
Green aviation company, ZeroAvia, hosted two colonies of Beaver Scouts at its hangar at Cotswold Airport.
Primary school is Dobbies’ Helping Your Community Grow winner
Dobbies’ Cirencester store has announced its local Helping Your Community Grow winner.
SGS College apprenticeship vacancies
SGS College has a number of apprenticeship vacancies available in the county.
Princess Anne visits Forest of Dean construction school
HRH, The Princess Royal, visited AccXel, the UK’s first co-funded, industry-led construction school last week (May 12).
Electric and hybrid vehicle short courses
Gloucestershire College has launched a range of electric and hybrid vehicle short training courses.
Princess Anne visits Gloucestershire construction school
Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, will visit AccXel, the UK’s first co-funded, industry-led construction school today (May 12).
Celebrity farmer launches new agricultural bursary at RAU
A farming contractor who shot to fame overnight has joined forces with Cirencester's RAU to launch a bursary for those looking to start a career in agriculture.
University programme helps people take the plunge
University of Gloucestershire is breaking down barriers to make swimming more accessible, as part of its new physical activity and wellbeing programme.
Council launches £159,000 youth fund
Gloucestershire County Council has launched a new £159,000 youth fund to help support community youth projects in the county.
Hartpury University undergraduate open event
Hartpury University is holding an undergraduate open event next month.
£2.3 million cash boost for Cheltenham schools
Cheltenham MP, Alex Chalk, has welcomed the news that schools in Cheltenham will receive an extra £2.3 million of funding.
Leading light of education sector will explore future for universities
A leading light in the higher education sector will explore the future for universities at Gloucester Cathedral this month.
Cheltenham schools’ competition for Black History Month
Cheltenham Alliance for Race Equity is launching a competition in schools for Black History Month 2023.
Gloucestershire College open evening
Gloucestershire College is holding an open evening at its Gloucester campus.
University launches new award in memory of former professor
University of Gloucestershire has launched a new Europe-wide award, to recognise excellence in promoting the resilience of rural landscapes and rural communities.
Strengthening the front line: Constabulary hits Government target
Gloucestershire Constabulary is the latest force to reach its Government recruitment target.
Teachers strike again
Primary and secondary school teachers in England are staging their fifth strike of the year today (April 27).
Gloucestershire graphic design students win awards
Five graphic design students from University of Gloucestershire have been recognised for their creativity and imagination.
University expert to tackle discrimination in rugby
A University of Gloucestershire expert on ethical issues in sport has been appointed to a new RFU panel to tackle discriminatory behaviour.
Gloucestershire College T Level case study
What is a T Level and what is it like to study one? Find out from one Gloucestershire College T Level student.
Gloucestershire professor’s book explores controversial topic
University of Gloucestershire’s award-winning wildlife expert, Professor Adam Hart, has written the first book of its kind tackling a highly emotive topic.
Record number of complaints about universities
The number of student complaints about university courses in England and Wales hit a fourth consecutive record high in 2022.
Cirencester school gets financial boost from housebuilder
A cash boost from a local housebuilder will help Stratton CoE Primary School in Cirencester buy new books.
Have your say on changes to apprenticeship funding rules
The Department for Education (DfE) is proposing some changes to the apprenticeship funding rules for 2023/24.
University professor will present unique look at career in TV and education
An award-winning former TV news anchor will present a glimpse into her career at a free public lecture next month.
Global talent agency throws weight behind Hartpury College rugby team
A global talent agency has been unveiled as sponsor of the Hartpury College men's under-18 rugby team.
Hartpury launches change management programme for agriculture professionals
Hartpury University and Hartpury College’s Agri-Tech Centre has introduced a new change management programme, delivering a series of free workshops.
Two new MScs for university
Two new and exciting fully accessible master’s degree courses are being launched at the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) this autumn.
New scholarships will increase diversity in digital industry
University of Gloucestershire has been awarded a share of £8.1 million in funding to support efforts to widen access and increase diversity in the UK digital industry.
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