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by Chanté, BSc(Hons) Occupational Therapy The gift About three weeks into lockdown, one of my family members came tumbling down the stairs with what seemed to be a revelation. He sat me down and started rambling as if he’d found the solutio (More)
by Imogen, BA(Hons) Fashion Textiles Like most courses, my final term of year two was adapted to online submission. As I study Fashion Textiles at UWE Bristol, which is a largely practical course, there was a massive learning opportunity. Usi (More)
by Emily, BA(Hons) History Living at home while studying at university, sounds boring doesn’t it?! You might think it means not as many friends or not a big social life. As a stay at home student myself, I’ve lived to tell the tale, and bori (More)
Student Views wrote: Christmas time at UWE Bristol
by Meg, BA(Hons) Business Management with Marketing https://youtu.be/02Oo41t9EfQ With Christmas right around the corner, we asked Meg to create a vlog about things you can get involved in on campus and in Bristol to get into the festive mood (More)
Student Views wrote: Winter on campus
by Lydia Cerguera, BA (Hons) Creative and Professional Writing There is something quite serene about stepping outside into the dark and breathing in the cool air as you leave campus after a long day. How can we pause the thoughts that run t (More)
by Ethan, LLB(Hons) Law Engaging with your course is about more than just making sure you attend lectures and complete course work (although it does play a part), its also about interaction with others and having the the right mindset to do it fo (More)
Student Views wrote: UWE Bristol's got your back
by Rapha, BSc(Hons) Urban Planning How UWE Bristol supports my studies Support is something we all need from time to time. UWE Bristol has provided me with a range of support both when I was struggling academically and adapting to univers (More)
by Nicole, MRes Social Science Money can be scary. Some days, I look at my bank account and wonder where it all went. But it doesn’t need to be a scary prospect. There are things you can do and people you can speak with to make sure that you h (More)
by Hannah, BA(Hons) International Business I love the vibrant Swedish culture and whenever I visit I feel calm and at peace. When applying for BA(Hons) International Business I was attracted to the study year abroad in third year. The ye (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)