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Nurses based at UWE’s Gloucester campus graduated from the city’s cathedral for the first time last week.   In previous years, students studying in Gloucester had to venture to Bristol for their...

By Lauren Winney For most of us at UWE, week six of the academic year is reading week, which means no lectures, no seminars and no tutorials. Sound like the perfect opportunity for a nice relaxing week? To...

> It’s a phenomenon regularly cited by UWE, the Students’ Union and NUS, but the “student experience” remains a vague and ambiguous concept. What does it mean, does it really...

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> Dispute between University management and the Lecturer’s Union  UCU instensify The ongoing dispute between UWE management and members of the UWE branch of the Universities and College Union...

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The relocation of St Matthias Campus and Media Practice from Bower Ashton aims to consolidate the new Faculty of Creative Arts, Humanities and Education and other UWE departments that are currently spread...

Today a degree is seemingly not enough for a graduate to be able to secure a job. Students are required to gain work experience alongside their degrees if they wish to stand any chance of getting a job...

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Tuition fees go up this year, as UWE externalises printing costs to the student body: I think this is wrong With 600 courses both full and part time, and with thousands of modules across the board,...

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Last year’s changes to the academic regulations were met with heavy criticism by many students. One of the most unpopular changes was the abolition of the 24 hour window for submitting coursework. The...