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  • It's normal to feel homesick


    The move to university can be really exciting and full of new opportunities but the transition to a new environment and away from friends and family can be understandably difficult. It is normal to feel homesick, isolated or lonely at times but there are plenty of ways to combat this and enjoy your new university experience to the full.

  • Feel Good Focus: Settling in and managing stress


    Moving to university is a massive change and can feel pretty intense. Coming back for second or third year or starting postgraduate study can equally be nerve-wracking and stress can build up easily. The good news is there are loads of people here to help you – we've combined some top tips to help you beat stress and have a positive first month here at UWE Bristol!

  • Look after yourself during the summer


    The summer holidays can be a time to relax after exams but it can be difficult to adjust to the change of pace and environment. Follow our tips to look after your wellbeing this summer.

  • Beware of extortion/fraud attempts targeting international students


    We've been made aware that a number of international students in the UK have recently fallen victim to extortion attempts. Extortion is when someone tries to get something from you (especially money), through force or threats.

  • Changes to privacy law - what does it mean for you?


    As we're sure you've seen over recent weeks, Data Protection legislation in the UK is changing.

    The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) gives you more control over how your personal information is stored and used.

  • Your Vice-Chancellor, Steve West, reflects on Mental Health Awareness Week


    As it's Mental Health Awareness Week, we caught up with the Vice-Chancellor, Steve West, to get his tips for keeping well during this busy exam season.

  • It's time to reapply for Student Finance


    We know you're immersed in coursework and exams, but be sure to put some time aside to sort out your finances for next year.

  • Stress - tips on how to keep cool, calm and collected


    One of our Wellbeing practitioners has written some top tips to help you keep cool, calm and collected - especially during this busy season of assignments and exams.

  • It's not too early to think about next year's finances


    As you prepare to take a break for Easter, the next academic year may seem a long way off. However it's worth taking a few steps now so your finances are in hand for 2018/19.

  • How may I help you?


    Our Information Point staff are on hand, Monday to Friday, on all campuses, to answer any burning questions you have about university life.

  • Copywriting students undertake industry branding exercise


    A group of Creative and Professional Writing students have worked on a real-world branding exercise for John Wainwright & Company Ltd – one of the UK's largest independent quarry companies.

  • Make 2018 the year you get a grip on your finances


    Let's face it, January can be a tough month for many reasons. If spending was high in December, funds are likely to be low in January! If you're dreading checking your bank balance and want to get a grip on your finances, we've got a bunch of tips to help you out.

  • Winter wellbeing


    The winter can be a fun, festive time with many students looking forward to the upcoming Christmas vacation. However, for some people, the shorter days and prospect of returning home or not having support over the Christmas period can make this a difficult time of year. We've compiled some tips to help you beat the winter blues.

  • Midwifery students attend national conference


    One of our Midwifery students, Jayden Mills, shares her experience of attending this year's Royal College of Midwives Midwifery Conference from Tuesday 31 October – Wednesday 1 November.

  • Missed the Go Global Fair? It's not too late to Go Global!


    Study, work or volunteer abroad.

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