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)
'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)
I came to UWE Bristol to pursue my passion for writing after leaving a Chemical Engineering degree at Edinburgh University. Breaking the mould of studying a subject that would give me a profession, to studying a subject that I am passionate about an (More)
charlottecolvin wrote: My Legal Career Journey So Far
I started studying at UWE in 2018 and was unsure of where to begin in order to get the kind of work experience I wanted. I had very little knowledge of the legal industry at the time and was very overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information availa (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Student spotlight: Placement special
As part of our Business and Law student spotlight 2021, we spoke to three students about their placements and what this means for their futures. Jack’s placement Where: Old Mill Financial Planning, working with the private client team as a C (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Sophie's placement journey at MHI
As part of his role on the Business and Management advisory board here at UWE Bristol, MHI CEO Paul Brown advocates for getting students ready for SME employment once they enter the working world. In 2019, MHI introduced the ‘MHI placement student (More)
Careers Team wrote: My work with Bristol Parks
As an MSc student in Environmental Consultancy, a placement is a requirement for the award of my degree. Therefore, after completing the compulsory coursework, it was time to get a placement. I applied to as many places as I could, but they would al (More)
Through UWE Equity, I had the opportunity to be mentored by the Policy Advisor for the Mayor of Bristol, who provided me with a great deal of insight into how the mayoral office in Bristol functions and helped me to secure a placement with the Inter (More)