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Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Student Spotlight: Hannah
As part of our Business and Law Student Spotlight 2022, we spoke to accounting graduate Hannah Carr about her journey so far at UWE Bristol. Hannah has just completed her third year and will be starting at Mazars as a Trainee Financial Planner in Se (More)
Recent research undertaken by academics at UWE Bristol on student fears of oral presentations has been downloaded over 20k times since being published 11 months ago. The paper is currently the 2nd most read paper in the Journal of Further and Higher (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: The Women's Work Lab and UWE Part 2
For the last month, my team at UWE Bristol, the Stakeholder Engagement team, have had a guest with us on placement. This is part of an initiative set up by an amazing Community Interest Company called Women’s Work Lab. Becky Ware has joined us (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: The Women's Work Lab and UWE Part 1
Camilla Rigby is the Co-Founder and Joint CEO of Women’s Work Lab (WWL), a Community Interest Company with the stated aim to support under-represented women aged 25+ to fulfil their career potential and become work ready. The WWL aims to unlock po (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: FinTech guest lecture series
We recently ran a series of guest lectures from experts in the FinTech and Financial Services industry for our MSc FinTech students. MSc FinTech is a course that equips students to address the pervasive impact of disruptive financial technologies. T (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Empowering refugee entrepreneurs
Blog from Berrbizne Urzelai, Team coach- Senior Lecturer, UWE Bristol and Scarlett Hagger, Project Support Officer, West of England Combined Authority. On 16 March UWE Bristol hosted a Social Impact Hackathon - a start-up brainstorming event wher (More)
By Marcus Liedtke, member of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group The recent Glasgow climate conference (COP 26) once again highlighted that the international community falls far short of its ambitious collective goals set out (More)
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)
By Christina Schroeder, LLM Student, Member of Environmental Law and Sustainability Research Group. Climate change and how to combat it is an omnipresent issue. Whereas in the past climate change and its consequences were talked down, they are n (More)
A vertical farming system, set up on Frenchay campus using aeroponic technology to grow and supply micro herbs and baby leaf plants, is the first of its kind to be located at a UK university. The system is being used by student venture Greener Green (More)