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An image of people networking at an event. Imagine from Adobe Stock photos Among the benefits of undertaking a science degree is the opportunity to network and connect with other scientists and to learn from experts in the diverse scientific fie (More)
By Ruth, BSc(Hons) Accounting and Finance and MSc Accounting and Finance alum. Our alum, Ruth, tells us her reasons behind studying her master’s degree and why she decided to stay at UWE Bristol to continue her studies. She shares how progressi (More)
Science Communication Unit wrote: Meet Me in Another STEM Career
In science communication, we often talk about science capital: the concept of feeling like science is “for me” as a result of sum of all the experiences and resources we’ve encountered that build up an interest in science. Everything from havi (More)
By Ilaria, BA(Hons) Criminology and Sociology Our student, Ilaria, tells us how the opportunities at UWE Bristol have helped her to make the most of her time of university. She shares how her learning experiences outside of her course have suppor (More)
Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: Breaking the Stereotype of an Entrepreneur
If you've ever been curious about entrepreneurship or even wondered how to get started, this is the article for you! Izzy Rodriguez, one of our writers, has written an excellent summary of the key ingredients she needed and the steps she took to run (More)
Careers fairs are traditionally a face-to-face experience, where students can explore the many different stalls of local employers, have a chat and ask any questions they may have. As with most other in-person events, these careers fairs have not be (More)
Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: #UniAdvice – 10 great apps for University students!
It’s September and the beginning of a new academic year. Whether you’re just starting out or preparing for your final year at University, we can guess that your smart devices (phone or tablet) play an important role in your daily  (More)
by Mamadou, BA(Hons) Politics and International Relations. Politics and International Relations student Mamadou shares his experience of mentoring and internship, gained through the UWE Equity Programme. Hear how he got to work with the Mayor of (More)
Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: Think Different, Be Different! Develop an Enterprise Mindset
Mr Iheanyi Ibe, Enterprise Adviser at UWE Bristol and Coordinator of the Student Ventures Hub recently delivered a workshop on Enterprise as part of the Department of Applied Sciences Monthly Employability programme. Iheanyi gained a first degree (More)
Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: Sciences Futures 2020 : Post Event Highlights (Part 1)
Science Futures returned in 2020 and this year’s event was by far the biggest and the best of the annual Department of Applied Sciences (DAS) employability programme at UWE Bristol. The event was focused on engaging students with opportunities for (More)