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By Mercedes, BA (Hons) Drama and Creative Writing How and where we study is different right now and so it’s more important than ever to find a place where you feel safe and supported, so that you can focus on getting the most out of your course (More)
by the Wellbeing Service For some people, the transition to university can be made more daunting by the thought of being surrounded by new people who don’t understand our difficulties. Opening up Telling people about your mental health i (More)
Life is not without its challenges – but you can navigate through them. Here are our tips on how to build on your resilience. Build self-empowerment. Learn about yourself! What motivates you? What are your goals?Build your support network. We a (More)
by Chloe, BA(Hons) Creative and Professional Writing Going from a full or part time schedule at university, to completing our deadlines and coursework at home, can be a real struggle, especially when there isn’t a regular routine or timetable. (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)
Student Views wrote: How I found my support network
by Desirée, BA(Hons) English Literature Moving away from home to start university is an exciting experience. Everyone is ready to make friends, join societies, meet new flat mates and learn as much as possible, to make the most out of this new (More)