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    Excellence exposed in MA showcase event
    by Ali Bushnell - Wednesday, 20 September 2017, 12:12 PM
     

    Until Tuesday 26 September, you can go and see some of the excellent work produced by our MA students from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

     

    Exposé is a postgraduate showcase of exhibitions, screenings, design installations and performances which is taking place both in the Graham Sutherland building on Cox Street and in the Glass Gallery on Earl Street between 11am – 5pm (Monday – Saturday).


    Admission is free.


    Poster for MA exhibition

     
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    University scholarships and bursaries for UK students 2017-18
    by Ali Bushnell - Wednesday, 20 September 2017, 11:48 AM
     

    Did you know that there are still a number of specific scholarships and bursaries available for you to apply for?

     

    If you’re a UK engineering student, for instance, take a look at the Sir William Lyons bursaries or if you are a UK student from the West Midlands aged 18–24, and ...

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    Global Market Hall – your opportunity to actively engage on campus
    by Ali Bushnell - Tuesday, 19 September 2017, 3:39 PM
     

    Do you want to share your culture with others on campus so you can help them to appreciate your culture?

    We are looking for students to take part in the Global Market Hall in November.

    If you're new on campus, you can take a look at the video of the Culturae Mundi European Market Hall ...

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    Need help after an unwanted sexual incident?
    by Ali Bushnell - Tuesday, 19 September 2017, 3:38 PM
     

    If you need support and advice after an unwanted sexual incident, there is help available.

    Click here for an information sheet with relevant contacts and organisations to speak to.

     

     
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    Bristol Online Surveys Downtime 3rd October
    by Ali Bushnell - Monday, 18 September 2017, 2:37 PM
     

    This is just to alert you to the fact that the Bristol Online Surveys will be unavailable from 3 October for up to 48 hours.

     

    During this period users will not be able to access BOS and all surveys will be offline.