And so, according to our timetable, the summer term begins on Monday April 28. Looking outside at the weather, you could have fooled me! But, nevertheless, welcome back to all our students (and especially to level 6 students, for their last semester!). The campus is looking very Spring (maybe even early Summer) like. Here are … More Summer Term Begins!
Further to my post on Saturday about International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, here’s some good news in the Guardian: The Women’s Library, the oldest and most extensive collection on women’s history in Europe, is about to open its doors again in what campaigners hope will be a permanent home, after almost a century … More Women’s Library at the LSE
International Women’s Day has been recognised by the United Nations since 1975, but it has its roots much further back in the early twentieth century (the first National Women’s Day was celebrated in the USA on February 28th, 1909). It has a background in labour movements – workers’ rights, democratic socialism – and today continues … More International Women’s Day 2014
Next Wednesday, February 19th, sees the first of our 2014 Applicant Days, which provide applicants who have applied to study at UoG the chance to spend a day with us, getting to know the campus, staff and what life here might be like for you! In the ‘getting to know you’ spirit, our colleague Dave … More Getting To Know Us!
Just a note for anyone who might be interested in undertaking postgraduate studies at the University of Gloucestershire – our own Melanie Ilic will be attending this event on Thursday (February 13th) between 16.00 and 19.00 at FCH Campus: read more here. Undertaking a postgraduate degree in History is an excellent opportunity to deepen your … More Thinking About Postgraduate Studies in History…?