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Postgraduate, Professional and Short Courses Open Event, Tuesday 4th September, 4pm-7pm.

From Human Resource Management to Sports Development, the University of Gloucestershire is offering a suite of postgraduate courses starting from this September.
Whether you’re starting out in the working world or developing new skills the university is showcasing its host of postgraduate, professional and short programmes at an Open Event on Tuesday 4 September.

Taking place at all three university campuses, Park and Francis Close Hall in Cheltenham and Oxstalls in Gloucester, the event is designed to help prospective students find out more about the opportunities on offer and talk informally with course leaders.

New postgraduate courses which could lead to an MSc include Sustainable Environments and Criminology, and you can also build your own Skillset MA in Professional Media Practice with modules such as Festivals Management and App Development for Desktop and Mobile. Professional programmes include PRINCE2 Foundation/Practitioner Course and Managing People and Performance, while short courses embrace everything from Creative Photography to Making Your Community Sustainable.

Guidance and Recruitment Manager, Alicia Mascall, said: The postgraduate event is designed to provide information and advice to those who are considering returning to education. Often, it is a daunting prospect when returning to study at a higher level. The aim of this event is to make the transition easier, as information will be provided to cover areas such as admissions, academic support and employability. We offer a vast array of postgraduate and professional courses at the university and this is an opportunity to consider the options available.”

To find out more, please visit or call 01242 714500.

Source: University of Gloucestershire

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