Applications for the autumn intake at UWE are still open and the university is working hard to make sure no applicants are negatively impacted by the institution’s current closure or exam delays.
UWE Bristol is closely monitoring the situation with attention given to factors which may impact on future students and the university is taking precautions to support students during this time.
A wider number of English tests will be accepted by the university across the next intakes, including LanguageCert and Duolingo. The university will also be offering all offer holders free UWE online English tests.
Pre-Sessional English Programmes have been moved online to support students across global time zones and full refunds will be offered to any student who is unable to join due to COVID-19.
Scholarships will still be available to international students and are based on a number of merit-based qualifying activities. For up to date information, applicants can visit UWE Bristol’s COVID-19 FAQ’s.
University Growth and Improvements
UWE Bristol is continuously improving its offering to students, both in terms of teaching and courses, and the campus environment. With over GBP 300 million being invested in facilities onsite up to 2020, including:
- GBP 7 million redevelopment of the university’s science labs, for student research and undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.
- GBP 55 million investment in a new business school building, which will offer 5,500 students the opportunity to gain hands on experience and work in a collaborative space.
- GBP 5 million investment in a new optometry and clinical skills centre, providing students with a practical learning space for trainee optometrists, paramedics and occupational therapy.
- Over GBP 10 million investment in the university’s City campus bringing cutting edge resources for the universities award winning film studios.