Top tips on how to engage with your course

by Ethan, LLB(Hons) Law Engaging with your course is about more than just making sure you attend lectures and complete ...
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Why my course was the best thing for me

by Mercedes, BA(Hons) Drama and Creative Writing So, University? Well, I can do nothing but congratulate you on your decision, ...
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Welcome to Bristol

by Eden, BSc(Hons) Architecture Bristol is a diverse, historic, and exciting city that can be enjoyed by everyone, whatever your ...
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How my degree prepared me for the world of work

by Anastasia, BA (Hons) Architecture and Planning In July 2019 I graduated from BA (Hons) Architecture and Planning with a ...
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UWE Bristol’s got your back

by Rapha, BSc(Hons) Urban Planning How UWE Bristol supports my studies Support is something we all need from time to ...
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How to manage your money as a postgraduate student

by Nicole, MRes Social Science Money can be scary. Some days, I look at my bank account and wonder where ...
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How I managed the commitment of postgraduate study

by Dev, MSc Marketing After successfully completing my undergraduate degree I was keen to begin a career in publishing. But ...
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Preparing for my study year in Sweden

by Hannah, BA(Hons) International Business I love the vibrant Swedish culture and whenever I visit I feel calm and at ...
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What a degree can do for you

by Sophia, MSc Marketing More than a degree Going to university is a big decision and will shape the next ...
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My UWE Bristol room tour

by Dan, BA(Hons) Business (Team Entrepreneurship) During my first year at university I lived in Quantock Court in the Student ...
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My clearing experience

by Emily, BA(Hons) History Clearing sounds very scary, doesn’t it? Of all the thoughts running around in the build up ...
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Top tips for completing your UCAS application

by Mercedes, BA(Hons) Drama and Creative Writing Applications: combatting the complications So, we’re assuming you’ve clicked on this blog post ...
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How a degree can enhance your career prospects

by Prisilla, MEng(Hons) Aerospace Engineering and Pilot Studies The countdown begins. For some of you that might be when you ...
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Joining in and making friends

by Ethan, LLB(Hons) Law I work as a student ambassador at UWE Bristol, and the most frequently asked question from ...
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How to manage your money at university

by Eden, BSc(Hons) Architecture Top tips to make your loan last As a student, one of the most daunting aspects ...
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Living at UWE Bristol

by Lucia, BA(Hons) English Language and Linguistics Hi my name is Lucia and I am here to tell you all ...
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How I found my support network

by Desirée, BA(Hons) English Literature Moving away from home to start university is an exciting experience. Everyone is ready to ...
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Stephanie Joy Evans

Stephanie’s international placement was a life-changing experience

Physiotherapy student, Stephanie Joy Evans, talks about her once-in-a-lifetime experience of her clinical placements in Rovaniemi, Finland. The land of ...
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Find out about the benefits of going on placement from Francesca

Francesca tells us about her fantastic placement with Sony. Hi, I’m Francesca and I’m studying BA (Hons) Marketing Communication Management ...
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Portrait of Elizabeth

Learn how students support each other through the Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) scheme.

Elizabeth tells us about being a PAL leader. What it is and how it’s helped her make friends and grow ...
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Share Dan’s experience of running his own business venture

Dan talks about the practical and hands-on nature of his course at UWE Bristol . Dan is in his first ...
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Beth’s tips for transitioning to university

“You’ll make friends so easily, I promise you.” - Beth talks to host Mikey about transitioning to university. Say hi ...
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Experience UWE Bristol through the eyes of our students

Welcome to our student views blog Choosing where you want to spend the next three years of your life – ...
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