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A new initiative, started this academic year by the UWE Pro Bono Unit, has been our link up with the African Prisons Project.  Through this our law students work remotely assisting prisoners and warders in Uganda and Kenya. Kathy Brown explains more (More)
Welcome to our student views blog Choosing where you want to spend the next three years of your life – or longer – isn’t easy. So you need an opinion you can trust. You’ll want to hear from the students who actually study here. Our eager (More)
The following post is part of a series of blogs ahead of the Alumni Connect, an online mentoring platform, launch this summer.  At the early stages of my career, I had a mentor who would always give me time whenever I had an issue, however, to ge (More)
The following post is part of a series of blogs ahead of the Alumni Connect, an online mentoring platform, launch this summer.  It can seem daunting to be the person that makes the first move – even when we’re talking about online mentoring. (More)
Cherily Lim, a BA Accounting and Finance student, has been awarded a prize by chartered accountants Grant Thornton for scoring the highest in the Audit and Corporate Governance exam. Cherily is a student from Taylor's University in Malaysia. Tayl (More)
As part of an exciting new research project, the Bristol Business School and Bristol Law School are looking to gather opinions on their new building. Opened in April 2017, Bristol Business School and Bristol Law School is a flagship space to attra (More)
The South West Institute of Directors is relocating its regional headquarters to the Bristol Business School at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) in a move that further cements the partnership between the two organisations. The o (More)
On Thursday 7th June, the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) hosted the annual qualifying session Dinner to mark the end of the BPTC calendar. Guests included The Hon Mr Justice Warby ( a High Court Judge), Vice Treasurer Gray’s Inn, Willia (More)
On Monday 11 June, the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre (BLCC) hosted a collaborative workshop on how to get enterprise into the curriculum. Throughout the day, guests discussed three scenarios around the topic: Scenario 1: What do we mean (More)
The next blog post in our series on Pro-bono. Written by Marcus Keppel-Palmer: Leading Patent and Trade Mark firm, EIP has signed up to be mentors for UWE’s pro bono initiative the Business Advice Clinic. Attorneys from EIP’s office in Bath wi (More)
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