Campuses Open: Tuesday 13 December 2022
Campuses will reopen as normal on Tuesday 13 December.
Due to school closures, some lecturers will be unable to travel in, and will contact those learners affected before 7am.
Online learning is a type of education that takes place over the internet. For many people, studying virtually helps solves many challenges that learners may face when traditionally on campus.
Championing our local food and drink producers is important, as we know they make up a large proportion of our county’s employers - creating jobs and opportunities, especially for young people, within the hospitality industry.
At GC, we firmly believe that learning never stops. We are passionate about offering courses to adults across a range of different sectors that are flexible and work around them. Regardless of where you currently are in your career, we have entry level, progression pathways and management courses available.
Gloucestershire College (GC) has won the Highly Commended Green Gown Award in the 2030 Climate Action category, thanks to its industry-leading GC Zero project and commitment to driving decarbonisation in education.
When you’re thinking about your future and all of your higher education options it can hard to know which is the right choice for you. We’ve broken down some of the main differences between college and university to help you make an informed decision.
This year, the University of West of England (UWE) has joined forces with GC as joint academic sponsors, and we look forward to another year championing cyber security education across the county.
We’re proud to have partnered with Farncombe Estate to offer our students a number of industry masterclasses and work experience opportunities throughout their time at college.
Whether it’s celebrating an award win or personal milestones, we are proud of every apprentice’s success.