Faculty of Business and Law wrote: BME networking event for Business and Law students
[caption id="attachment_300" align="aligncenter" width="641"] Photos from the BME networking event[/caption] The Bristol Business School and the Bristol Law School celebrated Black History Month 2016 with a fantastic professional networking evening f (More)
Expert Panel Discussion and Q&A with Hilary Lindsay, National President ICAEW Friday 25th November, 12:00 - 14:00 , 2S704 Frenchay Campus The Faculty of Business and Law at UWE Bristol invite you to a lunchtime panel  discussion and Q&A w (More)
As part of their degree studies, our Team Entrepreneur students were set the challenge to develop proposals for extensions to Anchor Society’s services to the elderly. The Anchor Society aims to support isolated and lonely elderly in Bristol and t (More)
In the run up to the Festival of Leadership this month, we will be sharing profiles from the speakers taking part in the event. First up Guy Watson, boss of Riverford. [caption id="attachment_248" align="aligncenter" width="566"] Guy Watson[/captio (More)
“Here at Bristol Business School, we are proud to have such a vibrant community of alumni underpinning our success and leading our development. Our alumni are already a big part of the new Bristol Business school and the construction of its new ho (More)
Two books by members of Bristol Leadership and Change Centre at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, have been shortlisted for the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) Management Book of the Year award. Held in association wit (More)
As part of a research project titled “Thinking urban spaces differently: Articulating and contesting ‘green’ imageries of Bristol as an enterprising city”, Pam Seanor, Senior Lecturer in Strategy and Enterprise, is looking for participants f (More)
On Tuesday 6 September UWE Bristol launched its £2 million public fundraising campaign to help raise funds for the new Faculty building currently under construction. This £2million fundraising campaign supports the university’s £56million commi (More)