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  • PAL: Top tips on revising for exams (for Business students only)

    Date: 16 December 2020
    Venue: Online via MS Teams (book via Infohub)

    FBL Academic Success Centre PAL workshop open to Business students in any year of study. Join our student PAL Leader for an interactive online study skills session - in a friendly and collaborative learning environment.

  • How to get started with critical writing

    Date: 16 December 2020
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    This workshop looks at what is meant by critical writing and provides an opportunity to review an example of student writing.

  • Your Future In Freelancing (YFIF) Workshop 10: Finding (& Keeping) Your Clients

    Date: 17 December 2020
    Venue: Online

    Your Future in Freelancing (YFIF) is a series of workshops to help you develop commercial awareness and business skills on your path to becoming a freelancer or self-employed.

  • Global Cafe: Celebrate Christmas in the UK as an International Student

    Date: 17 December 2020
    Venue: Online Blackboard Collaborate

    Join us to explore and discover the things we do in the UK to celebrate Christmas - from own tradition facts, food, gifting and wrapping!

    This is an opportunity to share how you normally spend your Christmas period as an international student in the UK, and make it an unforgettable experience, together with us!

  • Live Chat With Vacancy Plus

    Date: 17 December 2020
    Venue: Online

    Live chat with someone from vacancy plus for all for queries about job search and work experience.

  • Live Chat With Student Ventures

    Date: 17 December 2020
    Venue: Online

    Live chat with someone from the student ventures team for all queries about starting a business or social enterprise.

  • Live Chat With Study Abroad

    Date: 17 December 2020
    Venue: Online

    Live chat with the Study Abroad Team for queries about studying abroad at one of our exchange partners during your UWE degree.

  • PGR Interviewer training

    Date: 17 December 2020
    Venue: Online

    As we approach that time of year when most of our PGR recruitment interviews take place, we're offering those who are – or would like to become – involved in PGR recruitment these training opportunities to ensure that we're all working to the UWE PGR Admissions Policy.

  • IT maintenance weekend: 18-21 December 2020

    Date: 18 December - 21 December 2020
    Venue: All campuses

    There are two IT maintenance weekends each year which involve the shutdown of UWE Bristol IT services, systems and network provisions to staff and students.

  • Creative Careers Live Sessions: Getting experience during the Pandemic

    Date: 18 December 2020
    Venue: Online

    Learn about mindful and impactful communication and 'netiquette' when talking to potential clients/employers. Also includes do's and don'ts of creating a professional social media presence.

  • Live Chat With A Career Coach

    Date: 18 December 2020
    Venue: Online

    Live chat with a Career Coach for all careers related queries from CVs to interviews and more.

  • Friday Prayers

    Date: 18 December 2020
    Venue: The Octagon

    Friday Prayers will temporarily be taking place at The Octagon.

  • Graduate School Welcome Event for new UWE Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs)

    Date: 07 January 2021
    Venue: To be confirmed

    Get your PGR studies off to a flying start, with this overview of what's what and who's who and opportunity to meet other new and current PGRs.
  • Progress Review – a workshop for UWE Bristol postgraduate researchers

    Date: 11 January 2021
    Venue: Online

    In this online workshop Dr Tim Moss, HAS PGR Director, will take you through Progress Review stages 2 and beyond.
  • PAL Resilient U: Managing mental health and wellbeing

    Date: 12 January 2021
    Venue: Online via MS Teams (book via Infohub)

    How can you manage stress more effectively? How can you fundamentally change the way you think about yourself and your abilities?

    These workshops offer a proactive approach to managing challenges and increasing your personal resilience. Explore evidence-based theories, strategies and tools to apply these skills of resilience in a context relevant to you.

    Open to all students, you are welcome to join any of the sessions in the series.

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