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You’ll study in Cheltenham at…

Park campus

​​​​​Located in the heart of Cheltenham, Park campus is a short walk from the town centre giving you easy access to the town’s clubs, bars, shops, theatres, venues and cafés.

15

mins walk to town centre

1150

halls rooms in Cheltenham

1800+

students on campus

Look inside

Discover the buzz of Park campus, a technological hub where computing, engineering, design and media students create and collaborate using specialist facilities in dedicated spaces.

Let us show you around

Over the last 12 months we’ve filmed live Facebook tours of the campuses and the local area, which you can watch again below.
Hear from our student ambassadors and get a feel for what it’s like here.

Creative Computing

Develop the skills needed to design and create computer games for console, desktop and mobile platforms. Get first-class support from expert lecturers with industry experience. Explore the thriving games sector through live briefs, games conferences and end-of-year exhibitions.

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95%

of graduates in employment or further study 6 months after graduating*

4000+

placements and internships completed by our students every year

*Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey, 2016/17. Full-time, UK domicile students

Get out and explore

Travel to Germany and race your own-built robotic car in the European Reneas MCU Rally competition. You’ll also discover emerging technologies and the latest games at Comic Con (UK) and games expos.

Gain real-world experience

We have global links with industry giants such as Rockstar Games, Neon Play, Codemasters and Rebellion. With placement opportunities both nationally and internationally, you’ll gain essential real-world experience to graduate a step ahead. You can also showcase your final year work to industry experts at our very own COMX exhibition.

“My placement at Warner Music, working on audio for games and game trailers, gave me lots of valuable contacts – and the university gave me confidence in my abilities to achieve the job I have today.” – Chloe Bostock, creative computing graduate & Creative Coordinator for movie trailer company, The TrailerFarm

Our students and graduates have worked with…

Where to live

Park has 242 bedrooms on campus, while Pittville Student Village has nearly 800 bedrooms and is just a 45 minute walk or short bus journey from campus.

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Join a supportive community

Over 80 sports clubs and societies

From Tae Kwon-do and Drama to DJ’ing, film-making and yoga – there are loads of societies to keep you busy alongside your studies. Improve your cooking skills by joining the Culinary society, or hang out with fellow Harry Potter fans in Dumbledore’s Army. You can even start a new society.

There are plenty of sports clubs to join too including hockey, badminton, football, rugby, netball, rowing, cheerleading, rock climbing and trampolining.

We’ll take care of you…

Helpzone

Helpzones are available on every campus to provide you with help, support and guidance whenever you need it.

Support

Personal support with accommodation, finance, mental health and wellbeing, and a personal tutor to support your academic progress.

Faith space

We warmly welcome those of all faiths and world views to our faith spaces on each campus to relax, pray, play games and meet others.

…and your future plan

Whether you know what you want to do after university or have no idea, Your Future Plan can help you develop the skills, experience and confidence to make your career dreams a reality.

Identifying what you want to do today, tomorrow or after graduation isn’t always easy.

We’ll help you to explore your options, decide your course of action and achieve your goals.

Shape your personal future plan in discussion with your personal tutor and in one-to-one sessions with our knowledgeable careers consultants and work placement coordinators.

Whether you have a placement as part of your course, want to get involved with your community or simply want to get experience and make a bit of money, you’ll have access to hundreds of work experience opportunities.

Our work placement coordinators are available to help on every campus.

We understand that having the confidence to go for your goals isn’t always easy. But with our programme of empowering events, inspiring guest speakers and workshops designed to improve your mindset, you’ll feel ready for anything.

Through Your Future Plan’s Employability Award scheme, workshops and mentoring programmes, you’ll develop the skill​s essential to life after graduation – whatever that might look like for you.​

Money advice

The money advice team offer confidential advice and information on how to find work to support yourself and how to organise your budget.

We can also provide you with information regarding bursaries, loans and grants and explore what you’re entitled to.

Loans

As well as a tuition fee loan, if you’re a UK/EU student and have lived in the UK for 3 years prior to study, you can apply for a student maintenance loan to help with your living costs.

Bursaries

There are a number of bursaries available in 2020/2021 to all students including a range of automatic bursaries providing a grant during the first year of study for eligible international students.

Scholarships

We’re offering a number of scholarships in 2020/2021 including the Academic Merit Scholarship which rewards academic merit for students who achieve a certain standard in their level 3 results.

We care about the same issues as you, when you’re thinking about which uni to go to and what it’ll be like.

Who Cares? We do.

Where will my degree take me?

We’ll help you to reach your goals, during and after your time at university. You’ll explore what’s important to you and be supported to reach your full potential.

Will I fit in?

You’ll be joining a diverse and vibrant community of more than 10,000 students and staff. It’s an amazing environment to figure out your own authentic direction, working with others to reach your goals.

Will I love life in Gloucestershire?

Gloucestershire offers a great mix of city and country living. With plenty of cheese (rolling), outdoor activities, festivals and sport, it’s as vibrant and innovative as it is historic and beautiful.

How will I be supported?

Our outstanding student support teams offer 1-to-1, confidential advice to help you make the most of your time here. Support is always on hand to help you get the most from your student experience.

Is it worth it?

University is about more than a degree – learn how to live independently, make lifelong friendships and make mistakes. We think university is a journey, and we’ll be right there with you.

How can I protect the planet?

We’re the UK’s No.1 university for sustainability (People and Planet University League 2019). We don’t just teach you about the problems – we challenge you to overcome them.

Interested?

We’ve got loads more to show you, check out the links below.

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