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  • Get money smart and win prizes with UniBattle


    We're taking part in one of the biggest annual competitions in the student calendar, UniBattle (hosted by Blackbullion).

  • Where could studying abroad take you?


    Students across UWE Bristol are gearing up to apply to study at one of our 84 exchange partners next year.

  • Feel Good Focus: Healthy eating


    When the temperature starts to drop, days get shorter and winter is starting to set in, it can be all too tempting to reach for comfort food. It might provide a short burst of satisfaction, but it won't keep you feeling full or well-fuelled for the day. Eating healthily doesn't have to be expensive or time consuming and it's really important to keep your diet packed with vitamins and veggies over the winter months to keep colds at bay and boost your mood!

  • Celebrating UWE Talent Awards


    Celebrating UWE Bristol Talent is our prestigious annual event that honours the outstanding achievements of students in various employability-related activities.

  • Feeding your resilience


    For World Mental Health Day 2018, we caught up with Ian Hope and Pippa Richards, who run Resilient U - an initiative here at UWE Bristol that's all about teaching you how to empower yourself to be successful - because being resilient will help not only here, but in your future.

  • Sir Peter Bazalgette launches state-of-art digital facilities at Bower Ashton campus


    Sir Peter Bazalgette, who is Executive Chairman of ITV, hosted the official opening of the Digital Media Studios at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) on Monday. The award-winning £9 million building on the Bower Ashton campus houses industry standard production film making, animation and photography facilities for creative industries students.

  • Meet the Employers Fair - 17 October


    Our annual Meet the Employers Fair has become the largest careers fair in the South West - and we run it exclusively for you. It's on Wednesday 17 October between 11:00 - 15:00 at the Exhibition and Conference Centre, Frenchay Campus.

  • Cyber Security Week 2018


    Cyber Security Week (15 - 19 October) is full of activities to help keep you, your data and your devices free from cyber crime.

  • Don't leave your online front door open


    It's been several months since the introduction of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) so we thought it was time for a quick refresh of data handling good practice. Sloppy data handling can affect you, your studies and those around you – so set good data habits now to save stress in the long term.

  • Feel Good Focus: October is Stoptober!


    Stoptober is the perfect opportunity to improve your health and give up smoking. Here we strongly promote and support the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and a healthy campus. Why not take the month of October as the perfect opportunity to give up smoking or vaping, if you currently do it? It will improve your health, save you money and make you Feel Good!

  • Big Green Week


    UWE Bristol Big Green Week (Monday 8 October - Friday 12 October) is our annual festival of eco ideas, events and smart living. It's a great opportunity to get out on campus and find out about the things that matter to you - plastics, climate change, food, fast fashion, sustainability in our teaching and more.

  • Join us at our Volunteering Fair


    Want to learn new skills? Gain work experience? Grow your CV? Give something back to your community?
    If you answered yes to any of these questions, come and find out about the opportunities available at our annual Volunteering Fair.

  • Have you registered to vote?


    Registering to vote takes less than 5 minutes - the same amount of time it takes to catch-up on your Facebook notifications or make your morning coffee. So what's stopping you?

  • Speak Up


    We want to create an inclusive campus where diversity is celebrated, antisocial attitudes and behaviours are challenged and any type of harassment, assault and discrimination are not acceptable. We want you to Speak Up if you see or hear something that's not right, and be an active bystander.

  • 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.

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