To celebrate This Girl Can Week, we are putting on a range of female only events to encourage more female UWE students to take part in activitiesRead More
We have invited two Olympians to speak about LGBT inclusion and mental health in sport.Read More
We are conducting a short and confidential survey with students to find out your views and experiences of drinking alcohol. You don’t have to drink alcohol to take part.Read More
The #IAMBRISTOL – A City United Against Islamophobia campaign has been launched as part of Islamophobia Awareness Month.Read More
During our Welcome period this year, we ran our ongoing Late Night Do It Right Campaign (LNDIR) with the aim of getting our students to have an unforgettable, and more importantly, safe Freshers.
I enjoy it because it is a competitive and fun game with an amazing bunch of people. It’s also a great form of exercise that will keep you fit and trim.
I enjoy climbing because it's a very social sport, where people of different abilities can have a chat and develop their skills; I think it's particularly good because there are different types of climbing
I started out of curiosity; I wanted to try something new, and I’ve always known that in terms of my fitness, I preferred to exercise by taking part in a sport rather than going to the gym.
The Students' Union at UWE