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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)
Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: What Does Entrepreneurship Mean to You?
In her first article on this blog platform, Isobel Gordon has brilliantly summarised the Department of Applied Sciences (DAS) February Monthly Employability Seminar, featuring one of our very own writers, Joseph Myatt. If you're intrigued about entr (More)
Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: Finding Opportunities in Times of Crisis
Sophie Harris, a final year Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Student in the Department of Applied Sciences at UWE Bristol attended the British Ecological Society (BES) Undergraduate Summer School this year. Summer school during an ongoing pandemic? (More)
by Irene, MSc Human Resource Management It's important to take advantage of the many extracurricular activities available at UWE Bristol. There's something for everyone, from sports clubs to societies, and even volunteering opportunities. Here's (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)
Happy new year and welcome to the Department of Applied Science Employability Blog. Our first article was on Sandwich Placements and Internships written by our Associate editor and current MSc Public Health student Jessica Griffith and published in (More)
Student Views wrote: What a degree can do for you
by Sophia, BA(Hons) Marketing Communications, MSc Marketing  More than a degree Going to university is a big decision and will shape the next three to four years of your life, so it is important to make sure that it is something you want (More)
by Prisilla, MEng(Hons) Aerospace Engineering and Pilot Studies The countdown begins. For some of you that might be when you start A-Levels or when you hear the ominous word ‘university’ or when you press submit on your UCAS application (More)