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Postgraduate Open Event, Wednesday 20 February, 4-7pm, University of Gloucestershire.

Whether you’re looking to change your career, acquire specialist knowledge or stand out from the crowd, the University of Gloucestershire is holding an Open Event across all three of its campuses for people interested in postgraduate study to find out more.

The University offers a wide range of programmes including taught masters’ degrees, short courses and professionally accredited courses in areas such as accounting (ACCA), management (CMS/DMS) and personnel and development (CIPD).

The event takes place at all campuses, Francis Close Hall (Centre for Art and Photography) and The Park in Cheltenham along with the Oxstalls Campus in Gloucester on Wednesday 20 February from 4pm until 7pm, and there will be opportunities to find out more about courses available and discuss options with staff.

Guidance and Recruitment Manager Raquel Labella-Jara said: “This is the perfect opportunity for people interested in improving their qualifications to come and find out more. The University of Gloucestershire offers a variety of programmes designed to help people improve their skills both personally and professionally. Academics and Guidance and Recruitment staff will be available to discuss individual needs and the event is open to everyone.”

Please visit our website www.glos.ac.uk/pgopen for more information about the event and to find out which campus you should visit. To confirm your attendance at our Postgraduate Open Event, please contact us on 01242 714500, email [email protected] or book online.

If you are unable to attend the event, you can find out about the range of subjects that we offer by taking a look at www.glos.ac.uk/courses. You can also call us on 01242 714500 or email [email protected] if you have any queries or would like to arrange to speak with an academic for your subject area.

About the University of Gloucestershire

The University of Gloucestershire gained official university status in 2001 but has existed as an educational establishment for nearly 200 years. Our heritage lies in the Mechanics Institutes of the 1830s, with our Francis Close Hall campus founded in 1847 as the Cheltenham Training College.

Today, we have three thriving campuses, Francis Close Hall and The Park in Cheltenham, and Oxstalls in Gloucester, which are occupied by approximately 10,000 students. In 2010, the University invested £5 million in teaching facilities including a new, state-of-the-art media and art and design studios.

The University of Gloucestershire delivers approximately 100 undergraduate course choices including accounting, law, business and management, fine art, TV production, humanities, leisure and tourism, social work and education plus and a diverse range of postgraduate and research degrees, and professional courses.

For more information visit www.glos.ac.uk

Source: University of Gloucestershire

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