UWE Bristol computer lab from the 1980s

Business and Law alumni

Our success is driven by your support

The new Bristol Business School is inspiring our thriving business and law alumni community to reflect on our shared #UWEBristolmemories and get involved on the next step of our journey.

As a supporter of the new Bristol Business School, you can make your mark on a building at the cornerstone of UWE Bristol’s future with a donation to help educate the next generation of business and law leaders. At UWE Bristol we are committed to inclusivity, increasing the life chances of young people and growing the economy. We believe that an investment in education is an investment in the future.

A gift of £250 will help us educate the next generation of business and law leaders. Your donation will be instantly increased by match funding to £375, and to £406 if you gift aid your donation.

Make a donation

Other ways to get involved

Share your memories

Share your remarkable stories, memories and photographs of what your time at UWE Bristol means to you. Send your comments and pictures to through on of the following channels*:

  • @UWEAlumni on Twitter
  • UWE Alumni on Facebook
  • Email: alumni@uwe.ac.uk
  • Post: UWE Bristol Alumni Team, UWE Bristol, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol, BS16 1QY (please include a return address so we can post them back to you.)

You can also get involved by becoming a guest lecturer, event volunteer or mentor, attending industry specific networking events, and adding your #UWEBristolMemories to the alumni archive.

Look out for details of upcoming celebration events for the new building, and to get involved, wherever you are in the world.

*Please note: By sharing your photos and memories you are giving UWE Bristol permission to use them for marketing purposes.


“I did my final exams while my son was only eight weeks old. For one of my final exams I came to uni without any sleep the night before. I managed to get a first. I have some really fond memories of UWE which cemented my determination for a successful legal career.”

Joanna Norris, PG Diploma Legal Practice, 2012.

Back to top