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  • UWE Bristol offers 3D printing to all students


    UWE Bristol is leading the way amongst UK universities by making 3D printing technology available to all students by locating a 3D printer in the main university library.

    It is believed to be the first 3D printer in an academic library in the UK. The new initiative is made possible through a donation from 3D Systems Limited.

    3D print technology, also known as additive layer manufacturing, is a rapidly developing technology with applications in manufacturing, engineering and academic research. It is sometimes available to university students on relevant courses – such as creative product design or engineering courses. For example UWE Bristol already has 3D printers within the Faculty of Technology and in the leading Centre for Fine Print Research.

  • New UWE Bristol mobile App gets rave reviews


    The new App launched recently by UWE Bristol is already getting five star reviews from the Apple® App Store℠. After a softly, softly launch earlier this summer the UWE Mobile App is proving popular amongst students and will be of enormous interest to prospective applicants who need to learn more about the university.

  • Cheswick Bus Link set to improve journey times and reduce delays


    THE DRIVE to upgrade and improve bus services in South Gloucestershire and the Greater Bristol area takes a further step forward today (17 September) with the official opening of the Cheswick Bus Link in Stoke Gifford.

  • Hello+Welcome to new UWE students


    6000 new students will be guaranteed a warm reception at UWE Bristol this weekend (15-16 September), as the University opens its doors for the annual 'Welcome Weekend' event.

  • UWE Bristol to host 20th anniversary celebration event


    UWE Bristol alumni and staff are invited to reminisce and celebrate the achievements of the University at a special 20th anniversary celebration event. The all day event will take place on Saturday 6 October 2012 at UWE's Frenchay Campus.

  • UWE Bristol invests £13m support for students who are missing out on higher education


    UWE Bristol is committing £13 million a year to reach out and support students who despite obtaining the qualifications are still missing out on higher education because of their background.

  • 'Have-a-go' graffiti at T4 with UWE Bristol


    UWE Bristol is offering T4 festival-goers an exciting opportunity to have-a-go at graffiti with one of Bristol's best known street artists Silent Hobo at T4 on the beach on 1 July 2012 at Weston-super-Mare.

  • Sponsor announced for new primary academy


    The Secretary of State has confirmed that the Cabot Learning Federation (CLF) will oversee the planning, development and operation of a new primary academy on the former Wallscourt Farm land, working closely with the University of the West of England (UWE).

  • UWE's impact on London 2012 in new report


    A new report launched today as part of Universities Week 2012 shows UWE Bristol's involvement in the UK's Olympic and Paralympic Games.

    The report, Olympic and Paralympic Games: The impact of universities, demonstrates the diverse contribution that universities are making to the 2012 Games, the overall impact on the UK sports industry, and the work institutions and academics are doing around the Cultural Olympiad and 2012 legacy programme.

  • Wessex Red awards prize to millionth bus passenger


    Wessex Red surprised a lucky passenger today, Thursday 29 March with a prize for being the millionth passenger to use the new service.

    Since its launch in September 2011 Wessex Red has carried a million passengers on its routes - run in partnership with UWE Bristol and the University of Bristol. The service, formerly called Ulink, was relaunched last year and is now open to the general public as well as those studying or working at the City's university campuses.

  • UWE Bristol Perform


    UWE Bristol's Centre for Performing Arts is hosting a day of musical events at the Colston Hall on Saturday 24 March. The CPA organises performance opportunities for students, staff and friends throughout the year. The event this Saturday features a wonderful variety of groups ranging from the UWE Big Band to the full Symphony Orchestra and Singers.

  • UWE enhances student and staff health with smoke-free clinic


    UWE is supporting staff and students to cut down and give up smoking in a new partnership with NHS Smokefree Bristol and South Gloucestershire. UWE's health promotion strategy includes the introduction of a new smoke-free clinic which will be launched on Monday 12 March. The new clinic is based on successful models run by the NHS, which allow people to find the help and support they need in a straightforward and accessible way.

  • February is the month to 'Feel Good' at UWE Bristol


    Students from UWE Bristol will spring into action this month with a series of health and wellbeing events as part of 'Feel Good February'.

    Now in its sixth successful year, 'Feel Good February' is an opportunity for students and staff to focus on their health, fitness and wellbeing through a wide range of activities, taster sessions and events to help them get active and 'feel good'.

  • New chair of University Alliance to be Professor Steve West


    University Alliance has elected Professor Steve West, Vice-Chancellor of the University of the West of England, Bristol, as their new Chair. Professor West will take up the three-year position in August 2012, succeeding current chair Janet Beer, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University, who has been chair since 2009.

  • Club, UWE and Sainsbury's agreement and consultation on Memorial Stadium to get underway in the New Year.


    Bristol Rovers Football Club, the University of the West of England and Sainsbury's have reached legal agreement regarding the proposed new stadium at UWE and the redevelopment of the Memorial Stadium.

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