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Enrolment: Your Guide to Join GC

There is still time to make a new application or enrol 

It's not too late to switch and start with us this year. We will help you every step of the way. 

Check out our courses and start a fresh application by clicking the apply button below. 

Our November Open Events are back!

Sign up for our November Open Events today to meet our expert lecturers and support teams, find out more about your options and check out our facilities. 

Be prepared for your next steps and sign up in under 60 seconds today.  

Introducing ADA: The Advanced Digital Academy

We’re excited to offer a sneak peek into our new cyber and computing training venue at Cheltenham Campus.

T Levels - The Next Level Qualification

A new, two-year qualification bringing together 80% classroom learning with 20% industry placement. Equivalent to A Levels, T Levels give you a head start towards the career you want. Apply for construction, healthcare or digital support services today, to start in September 2021.


Join Totum for just £14.99

The NUS extra card has just got even better and is now called Totum.  


Antibullying badgeAt GC, we do not allow any form of bullying. This includes written, spoken, cyber and physical acts designed to cause mental, emotional, or actual harm to staff or students.

If you are bullied, or witness bullying while at GC, we advise you to speak to your Personal Tutor, or a member of Student Services.

You can also make a report by filling in the Anti-bullying Report Form and emailing it to

Your report will be investigated thoroughly and you will be offered the chance to talk things through.

Antibullying allianceIt’s important to us that you enjoy your time at GC and that you feel safe and comfortable with us. No one deserves to be bullied, which is why we have a strong policy in place to stop it and look after our staff and students. We always take reports of bullying seriously.

What Happens To Bullies at GC?

When acts of bullying have been discovered, the Anti-Bullying Coordinator will decide on a suitable course of action. This may be time out, mediation, or restorative justice.

Restorative justice allows the bully and the person who was bullied to talk openly in a safe environment. The aim is to promote understanding on both sides and to give the bully a chance to realise the impact of their actions, and to apologise. You will not be left alone during restorative justice.

If a criminal offence has occurred then the police will be told, along with the student’s parents or carers.


Why Gloucestershire College?

We have a lot of experience offering Apprenticeships and work-related training. We have industry-standard facilities and experienced teaching staff which provide the ideal complement to work-based learning.

We are here to help

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90% of students would recommend GC and 95% said that the teaching on their course was good.

Ofsted has rated us good.

  • We offer industry relevant facilities
  • Our lecturers are passionate subject specialists
  • Employers value our students' skills

We'll look after you. We have dedicated teams to help you and a great Learning Mentor scheme.