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Students Win by Getting Active With UNIversal Sport

Two lucky students have been awarded prizes as part of their commitment to sport and physical activity through the University of Gloucestershire's new UNIversal Sport Programme launched this year.
First year students Jordan Barnes and Kim Hardwick were recently selected to receive the awards.

University of Gloucestershire Impact on London 2012 in New Report

As Universities Week 2012 gets under way (30 April - 7 May), a new report launched this week shows the University of Gloucestershire's involvement in the UK's Olympic and Paralympic Games contribution.

Forestry Commission's Forest Xplorer app comes to Android

Forestry Commission England's free app, Forest Xplorer, has just got even better. Not only is the ultimate guide to the forest now available on android phones, but it has an easy event finder so you always know what's happening in your local woodland.

Universities Week Challenge: UCAS v University of Gloucestershire Games commence

Staff and students from the University of Gloucestershire and UCAS will go head to head in a series of competitive sports matches in the first ever Universities Week Challenge games.

Celebrate traditional woodland management at Westonbirt Silk Wood Spring Fair

From Saturday 5th May to Monday 7th May 2012, traditional woodland workers will celebrate their skills at the Forestry Commission's National Arboretum at Westonbirt.

Westonbirt Arboretum plants special oak to get ready for the London 2012 Games

With 100 days to go to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the

Forestry Commission's National Arboretum at Westonbirt is getting ready
to welcome the world by planting one of 40 'Coubertin oaks' - trees
grown from acorns taken from an oak planted in 1890 in Much Wenlock in
honour of the founder of the modern Olympic movement, Pierre de

University of Gloucestershire launches New Fast-Track Degrees

The University of Gloucestershire is launching a new programme of fast-track degrees for 2012.

Offering the same skills and qualifications as a regular degree, the new courses are an opportunity for students to finish their undergraduate studies within two years rather than three, or three years if your course offers a work placement option.

University Scheme to Put Innovation at the Top of the Business Agenda

Forest-based social care company, LivesthroughFriends CIC, is one of the first organisations to benefit from an innovative business opportunity from the University of Gloucestershire, supported by GFirst.

British Pig and Poultry Fair 15th May 2012 - Pig Research Report by Peter Best

Is the Pig Industry Capable of Meeting the Global Food Demands 2020/2030?

The Royal Agricultural College 100 Club is holding a presentation of the RAC/PIC Annual Fellowship in Pig Research, Report no.7 by Mr Peter Best on Tuesday 15th May 2012 beginning at 16.30 at the Forum Theatre, Stoneleigh Park.

University of Gloucestershire students Celebrate Healthy Lifestyles

Joining forces with the local community, students at the University of Gloucestershire have been making a change for the better in Cooper's Edge, near Brockworth, as part of a sports-based project in the local school.

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