The University of Gloucestershire (UOG) is a diverse, vibrant community of over 9,000 undergraduate and 1,000 postgraduate students with 1,000 staff from across the world. With campuses in Cheltenham and Gloucester, the University offers students a specialised and dynamic place to learn, grow and make lasting connections.
UoG is ranked second nationally in the 2017 People and Planet ‘Green League’ thanks to its long term commitment to embedding sustainability across all of its courses, plans and activities. UoG’s School of Education has been judged to be Outstanding by the national schools’ inspectorate (Ofsted) as a provider of initial teacher education.
The School’s Early Years and Education team has a long-standing commitment to education for sustainable development (ESD) offering popular modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level as well as an extra-curricular programme based on ESD competences that students can follow to enhance their formal qualifications.