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University level courses at local college

Did you know that you could study for a degree or postgraduate qualification at Gloucestershire College?

The college provides a range of fantastic further education courses and apprenticeships from sites in Gloucester, Cheltenham and the Forest of Dean, but it also offers university level courses.

The average student will graduate from university with around £50,000 in debt. Which is why it makes sense to cut costs by studying for university level courses locally. Students who have already gained a further education qualification through Gloucestershire College could also be entitled to a bursary towards the cost of their higher education course.

The college offers a range of part-time and full-time courses, including HNCs, HNDs, foundation degrees, degrees and postgraduate qualifications, which students can study for alongside work.

Gloucestershire College has partnered with University of Gloucestershire, University of the West of England (UWE) and Birmingham City University for its courses, giving students access to additional resources through the universities.

The college also offers exclusive facilities for the use of its university students, where they can access industry-standard facilities and software to help prepare them for the workplace.

There are a range of university level courses on offer at the college, including in engineering, computing and business.

Download a Gloucestershire College University Level Prospectus 2021-22 here or email for a hard copy 

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