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by Razaan, BSc(Hons) Civil and Environmental Engineering Hi, I’m Razaan, and I am currently a third year student at UWE Bristol. I've been living in the city centre ever since I started studying here, and it has its pros and cons. In this post, (More)
The UWE International Talent Scheme has been a great opportunity for me. It was formative in kickstarting my career as a professional illustrator. My tasks were realistic and achievable, and I was able to make a real difference to the company. I lea (More)
Careers Team wrote: Learning Science Ltd
My work varied from Beta testing learning science resources, to reading and expanding my knowledge on scientific techniques and even creating my own learning science resource that will be seen in multiple universities across England.  T (More)
Careers Team wrote: What Happens After Graduation?
You’re finally a graduate. You’ve completed your studies and, as someone’s bound to tell you, the world’s your oyster. Yet oysters can be tricky to get into, even if you’ve done your research and come to the table prepared.  Findin (More)
Student Views wrote: Why choose Bristol?
by Mercedes, BA(Hons) Drama and Creative Writing To choose to live in Bristol as a student is to choose to enter into a completely different way of exploring, moving, creating and living. There isn’t a corner of the City that isn’t signed wi (More)
Launching today (14/01/2020), UWE Bristol will partner with TechSPARK to deliver a pioneering programme to help catalyse investment into  fast-growing startups in Bristol, Bath and the West of England. The programme is the first of its kind in (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: 18th International Studying Leadership Conference
From 13-15 December 2019 Bristol Leadership and Change Centre hosted the 18th International Studying Leadership Conference, which was attended by around 140 delegates from 13 different countries. The conference featured three keynote addresses (More)
“A tale of two cities” – that’s how a colleague described Bristol when I asked for an introduction.  There’s something ominous about the image of parallel universes inhabiting the same space. In the Charles Dickens novel, the two citi (More)
Student Views wrote: Christmas time at UWE Bristol
by Meg, BA(Hons) Business Management with Marketing https://youtu.be/02Oo41t9EfQ With Christmas right around the corner, we asked Meg to create a vlog about things you can get involved in on campus and in Bristol to get into the festive mood (More)
Original source: Bristol City Council Students in Bristol are being reminded to register to vote by a campaign inspired by fellow undergraduates. A voter registration campaign designed by Bristol City Council has been launched with the help (More)