United Kingdom
University of Gloucestershire
The Institution of Gloucestershire is a public university with three campuses in Gloucestershire. The university has two campuses in Cheltenham and one in Gloucester, which are Francis Close Hall, The Park, and Oxstalls, respectively. The university was established in the year 2001. Today, the university provides a diverse choice of undergraduate, postgraduate, and apprenticeship level courses that allow you to apply your knowledge in course work and real-world projects.

Cost of attendance

The average yearly cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs and Post Graduate Programs provided to overseas students is 1,584,700 INR / Year. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


The University of Gloucestershire provides its own sort of accommodation for students to maximise their potential while studying. Blackfriars, Ermin Hall, Park Villas, Park Challinor, and Hardwick Hall are the various residential possibilities. On-campus housing costs between 126 and 199 GBP per week. Monthly rent for off-campus housing ranges between 500 and 700 Pounds.

Acceptance rate

The university today has around 15,000 students enrolled. There are now 8,500 students enrolled from more than 60 nations. The admittance rate at the college is 27%.


Gloucestershire University has three campuses in Cheltenham and Gloucester. Cheltenham is home to the Park and Francis Close Hall campus, while Gloucester is home to the Oxstalls campus. Each of the sites is surrounded by facilities and housing alternatives for students. Along a tiny lake, the Park Campus is surrounded by 900 trees and open green space to both native and ornamental native species. The campus is divided into media, design, computer, and engineering centres. Oxstalls Campus is bordered by Lord Nelson's original 30 million acorn shipbuilding timber. Francis Close Hall houses facilities for natural and social sciences, as well as education and humanities.


Officially recognized/chartered by the Privy Council, University of Gloucestershire is a medium-sized coeducational UK higher education institution.

Jobs and Placement

Gloucestershire University Placements provides "Your Future Plan" programme to about 4,100 students at high post with high compensation packages all around the world. More than 93 percent are employed within 15 months of graduation.

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