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I would 100% recommend to other students to take up an Internship. The work experience was an invaluable contribution towards real-world relevant experience listed on my CV which, ultimately, I feel helped in me landing a fantastic placement job and (More)
I’ve learnt how to apply my knowledge from university in real-life situations and how the real engineering world functions as a business. Relevant skills I’ll need to be successful in my career John Nicola BENG (Hons) Automotive Engineering, rol (More)
I would absolutely recommend taking up an internship, particularly with the support that the UWE scheme provides...While academic courses provide you with a basis in the necessary skills and knowledge for a career in industry, they cannot simulate t (More)
I would absolutely recommend the UWE internships, as a great way to gain experience which can really help you to find a job when you graduateLunda Dimbelolo BA (Hons) Drama and Acting, Internship role: Assistant Director Intern, employer: Bristol (More)
Callum Jones: BSC (Hons) Geography, Title: Assistant to Creative Director, Employer: On The FlyDescribe how you felt on your first day in your internship I felt nervous on my first day, but a good nervous, where I was excited to dive into this (More)
'If you are very good at what you do, building a career should be the least of your worries' Since childhood, I have been curious about  technology and engineering. Designing electronic circuits and writing intelligent software were all (More)
Leckhampton Rovers Football Club is a grassroots football club for children aged 5 - 18 and adults. The Club has over 30 teams, each with over 11 members. During the pandemic I took on the responsibility of ensuring data collection adhered to new Co (More)
I work part time and study Law with Criminology at UWE, but I make the time to commit 1 day a week to supporting and helping victims of sexual abuse. For 2.5 hours once a week, I volunteer on a helpline. Survivors of sexual abuse, recent or hist (More)
Transition Town Wellington is part of the transition network, an international environmental movement of local people volunteering to improve sustainability, wildlife, climate change and waste in their town. I volunteered with them with the aim (More)
I felt that as a mother of 2 children with extensive needs, this was my opportunity to give back to our wonderful NHS. My two children have ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). I’ve been so privileged to be able to access NHS support, it was important (More)