Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Using creativity to educate
UWE Bristol has announced the dropping of the BAME acronym. Work like this looks at supporting not only the learning and assessment of students but the re-enforcement of UWE's commitment to a fairer and more just learning environment, where everybo (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Student Spotlight: Charlie
As part of our Business and Law Student Spotlight 2021, we spoke to recent UWE Bristol Marketing graduate, Charlie Mills, about her journey at UWE Bristol and finishing University during a pandemic. What has been your biggest achievement during y (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)
By Professor Steve West, Vice-Chancellor at UWE Bristol The growing calls across the country to refund tuition fees are impossible to ignore. What’s more, they are understandable. Whilst students have still been able to meet learning outcomes, (More)
by Razaan, MEng(Hons) Civil and Environmental Engineering When asked what I love most about my course as a Civil and Environmental Engineering student, the first word that comes to my mind is: opportunities. Everything from educational trips* to (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)
by Chloe, BA (Hons) Creative and Professional Writing Delights on campus Moving to a new city and starting a new chapter at university is by far one of the most exciting things I have ever done. There is so much exploring to do in Bristol, fro (More)
by Sophia, MSc Marketing Going to university can be one of the most exciting moments of your life. It also means you’re taking that first step in becoming an adult and doing adult things like managing money. Here are some of the most useful mo (More)
Student Views wrote: My experience of Bristol Pride
by Dev, MSc(Hons) Marketing Communications Bristol Pride 2019 was a glorious event. Thousands of us celebrating our queerness in the heart of Bristol was a sight to behold! Although the size of the event stopped me from finding the UWE Bris (More)
by Rapha, BSc(Hons) Urban Planning There’s so much I would do differently if I could go back in time! Not because of regret but because I know better now and the main advice I would give myself would be to live more and to bring fewer thing (More)