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Globetrotting Graduate from the University of Gloucestershire wins Top Job

Graduate Natalia Jorquera has scooped a new top job after fending off stiff competition in the quest to become the first Nokia X6 All Areas entertainment reporter
From the Oscars ceremony to the Cannes Film Festival it’s been a rollercoaster year for the 22-year-old from Bath after completing her Broadcast Journalism degree at the University of Gloucestershire.

Royal Society backing Bee Project

The University of Gloucestershire is joining forces with the Global Bee Project (GBP) and Stroud High School for the prestigious Royal Society’s 350th Anniversary Summer Science Exhibition.
From 2nd July they will be joining the exhibition as an invited exhibitor.

University of Gloucestershire celebrates entrepreneurial stars

Talented young entrepreneurs were given an opportunity to shine at the final of the University of Gloucestershire’s BUG (Business Planning at the University of Gloucestershire) competition.

Guests from the University and local businesses gathered at the event at Gloucester Docks to hear the finalists pitch their business ideas to a ‘Dragon’s Den’-style panel. 

Tree of Life teaches students and children alike

Hundreds of children from local primary schools have been turning their attention to trees with a series of workshops which will culminate in an exhibition at the University of Gloucestershire on Saturday 19 June.

Young Adventurers encouraged to explore Westonbirt this Summer

Children can discover a hidden world of adventure within the trees of Westonbirt, The National Arboretum this summer with exciting natural play trails and free admission for kids from 23 July to 30 August.
Free admission, hidden play areas and wildlife trails for children.

Carol Radlett is National Student Employee of the Year

Final year Hospitality Management student, Carol Radlett has landed the coveted title of National Student Employee of the Year.

Carol was nominated by her employers Karen and Michael Reynolds, who run the Wyastone Hotel, a 13- bedroom Victorian hotel in Montpellier, Cheltenham. 

University of Gloucestershire is first class for sustainability

The University of Gloucestershire has been awarded a ‘first class honours’ in this year’s University Green League, complied by the People & Planet student campaign group.

And the University has come in second for its green credentials out of 133 British universities, bettering last year’s position of fifth place. This year’s table is topped by the University of Plymouth. 

Students from the University of Gloucestershire awarded for local school mentoring

Student mentors and tutors from the University of Gloucestershire who have supported pupils from local schools have been awarded for their hard work at a University award ceremony. 

University of Gloucestershire and World Environment Week

From putting their best foot forward to exploring entrepreneurship, the University of Gloucestershire is hosting a range of events to celebrate World Environment Week.
The University’s Students’ Union (SU) is showing Al Gore’s movie about climate change, An Inconvenient Truth, on Monday June 7 at The Park campus.

Reconsider - A new exhibition by Kate Hopkins putting charities in the spotlight

St Nicholas’s Church, Westgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2TQ.
Open Thursday-Friday from 11am to 4pm, Thursday July 1-Saturday July 24. Private view Friday July 2 and also by appointment.
 

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