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  • UWE Bristol in UK top 20 for graduate employment prospects and number one in South West


    The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has been ranked in the top 20 of UK universities for graduate employability according to the new Graduate Outcomes Survey results* released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).

  • We're upgrading Office 365 – here's what you need to do


    We're migrating you all to the same version of Office 365 as staff, so you'll have access to its full capabilities.

  • Clearing out and moving on in lockdown


    Moving out of your accommodation over the next few weeks? We've compiled some pointers to help you sort, shift and recycle your stuff.

  • Help and support for students experiencing harassment, assault or discrimination during social isolation

    07/05/2020 Our home is ever more important to us during lockdown, for most it will be a place of sanctuary but there will be some living in very difficult and perhaps unsafe situations. Domestic abuse support services are working through lockdown and help is available.
  • Supporting the NHS with our facilities


    We can announce that the Exhibition and Conference Centre on Frenchay Campus will be converted into an intensive care facility for around 300 patients. It's fantastic that we're able to offer our facilities to help the NHS and support the local community and wider region at this exceptionally challenging time.

  • UWE Bristol and Bristol Sport kick off 2020 with new partnership


    The partnership will develop professional development programmes and pathway opportunities for students, as well as discounted rate tickets on match days.

  • How to eat vegan on a budget


    Being vegan doesn't have to cost a fortune! We've got some great tips on how to eat vegan while keeping your finances nice and healthy.

  • Three reasons to visit UWE Bristol's Centre for Music


    The Centre for Music is a hive of activity. Here's why you need to pay it a visit.

  • Minirigs design competition


    Bristol-based audio technology start-up Minirigs was co-founded by Thomas Tucker, a UWE Bristol alum. We're teaming up with Minirigs to create a small batch of limited-edition custom speakers as prizes for our alumni and students, and we're looking for a student to help create the perfect design.

  • UWE Feel Good: 12 ways to look after your wellbeing during the Christmas holidays


    The holidays can be a really overwhelming time and despite the endless glitzy adverts showing everybody enjoying the festive season, this often isn't the case for many of us.

    Take a look at these tips to ensure the holidays are your chance to rest, recuperate, and revitalise ready for the new year!

  • An autumn to remember


    Whether you've just started at UWE Bristol or you're returning for another year, humans are not the only residents here. Take a journey with us around Frenchay's wild side.

  • There's a general election coming up. Have you registered to vote?


    Registering to vote means you'll be able to have your say at the next general election on Thursday 12 December. It takes less than 5 minutes - the same amount of time it takes to catch-up on your socials or make your morning coffee. So what's stopping you? Remember, if you're not registered before the deadline, you can't vote!

  • Essay mills, ghost writing and contract cheating


    With the first set of assignment deadlines fast approaching many of you might have received spam emails from companies offering 'advisory' or 'example' essay services to help ease the pressure of deadline hand ins. Paying to use one of these services is known as contract cheating.

  • 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.

  • Have you downloaded the UWE Bristol app?


    We've been making some big changes over the past year, adding new features and improving old ones - why not take a look?

    Use it to easily access myUWE, Blackboard, your timetable, university email account, events, maps, contact numbers and more. It's all you need to keep on top of things! Available on Apple and Android.

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