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  • Adult Nursing Society raise over £1,000 for charity


    The Adult Nursing Society at Gloucester Campus raised £1,204 for local initiative Increase the Peace, which works to promote peace and divert young people away from anti-social behaviour, gun and knife crimes and gang affiliation.

  • A new space on campus for you


    Want somewhere to chill out between lectures? Or host a film night or society meeting? Or have a chat with a member of support staff at the weekend? We've opened up a space for you to use just how you want to.

  • Win prizes with Blackbullion's Easterfest


    Easterfest gives you the chance to win great prizes just for watching videos on Blackbullion - and you'll learn some great tips to help you manage your money at the same time. Win win!

  • Stay vigilant with your emails


    Phishing attacks are increasing globally - up at least a quarter in 2018 compared to the previous year. We're protecting your UWE Bristol email account from incoming emails which contain unsafe links. This protection blocks access to malicious links (similar to a virus scanner). We do not expect you to notice this change.

  • Student Volunteering Week


    Student Volunteering Week runs from Monday 11 February - Sunday 17 February 2019. The week celebrates the positive impact that student volunteering has on students' wellbeing and employability, as well as its contribution to the wider community.

  • Our International Talent summer internship scheme is now open


    Our international talent summer internship scheme is a great opportunity for EU and international students to gain career-building experiences whilst in the UK.

  • February Feel Good Focus: Feel Good this February!


    This year we're delighted to announce the relaunch of Feel Good February with a new look and bigger events as part of our Mental Wealth First strategy. We have a full month of free activities designed to inspire and empower you to 'feel good' and look after your health and wellbeing.

  • National Student Money Week – break your bad money habits


    To coincide with National Student Money Week, our very own Student Money Service will be holding a Money Lab between Monday 4 February and Thursday 7 February on Frenchay Campus. Take part in our fun activities for the chance to win prizes and get some financial advice from our university money experts to help your cash go further.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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