History of teaching quality
UWE has an excellent and well-deserved reputation for quality teaching reinforced by its teaching assessment record. Although this method of auditing ceased in the mid 90s, replaced solely by the National Student Survey, it was a great starting block for UWE in being recognised as a truly excellent new university.
We’re proud to have excellent learning facilities which allow not only a great environment to learn, but an inspiring place to teach. We are continually investing in these facilities in a number of ways. Bower Ashton Campus has already undergone significant redevelopment and the purchase of neighbouring land at our main Frenchay Campus is paving the way for UWE to become one of the largest modern university campuses in the UK.
Recently, a legal agreement between Bristol Rovers Football Club, Sainsbury’s and UWE has been reached regarding the proposed new stadium on Frenchay Campus. This investment will not only benefit the local community and surrounding area, but also our students, who will have access to the additional facilities.
Listening to our students
Here are UWE Bristol we like to listen to our students. As well as giving you feedback so you'll know how you are getting on, we want you to share your ideas so we can keep improving. Our network of student representatives is one of the largest in the country, so you can be sure your voice is heard.
Latest teaching news
- Project Zulu brings South African Township children's choir to the West
- UWE Bristol science lecturer wins national photography competition
- Challenges of raising school leaving age to 18 for young people who are NEET: UWE expert speaks at Parliamentary inquiry
- Project Zulu take on charity swim to bring South African Choir to Bristol in 2013