University of the West of England
The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) is a vibrant, forward-thinking university with courses influenced by partners in business and industry. With around 30,000 students from the UK and around the world, UWE Bristol is one of Britain's most popular universities and is the largest provider of higher education in the South West of England.
The University offers over 600 courses at undergraduate, postgraduate, professional and short course levels and prides itself on consistently high assessment scores for teaching quality. UWE's focus on partnerships and links with major employers and a unique Graduate Development Programme offer opportunities for students to get real world experience and develop the skills they need to succeed in their chosen career.
The Partnership University
UWE has an active research community which contributes significantly to advances in industry, commerce, public services and the professions. By providing expertise for businesses, UWE also makes major contribution to the social and economic development of Bristol and the region.
UWE is made up of four main campuses in Bristol: Frenchay (the main university campus), Bower Ashton, Glenside and St Matthias. There is also an associate college in Hartpury, Gloucester plus regional education centres in Bath, Gloucester and Swindon.
UWE boasts first-class facilities including the largest library in the South West, a mock courtroom where student lawyers get a true taste of their chosen career, a crime scene house for Forensics students and a fully-functioning Reuters trading room in the Business School, enabling Finance and Economics students to gain hands-on experience of the latest market software.
Find out more about UWE on the University of the West of England website.