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University of the West of England
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Motto Light Liberty Learning
Gründung 1970
Trägerschaft staatlich
Ort Bristol, Vereinigtes Königreich
Kanzler Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, Professor Steve West (Vizekanzler)
Studenten 28.990
Website www.uwe.ac.uk

Die University of the West of England (deutsch: Universität von Westengland) ging 1992 aus der ehemaligen technischen Hochschule bzw. Polytechnic von Bristol hervor. Die im Norden von Bristol gelegene Universität (7 km vom Zentrum entfernt) gehört zu den beliebtesten Universitäten in Großbritannien und besteht aus 30.000 Studenten und 3000 Angestellten. 9 Fakultäten sind auf insgesamt vier Standorte verteilt und bieten mehr als 600 Studiengänge für Undergraduate, Postgraduate und Professionals an. Die Kurzname der Universität ist Bristol UWE.

Fakultäten[Bearbeiten]

Studenten der Universität von Westengland vor der Students' Union Bar
  • Faculty of Applied Sciences (Frenchay Campus)
    • School of Biomedical Sciences
    • School of Biosciences
    • School of Environmental & Interdisciplinary Sciences
    • School of Human & Analytical Sciences
    • School of Psychology
  • Bristol School of Art, Media and Design (Bower Ashton Campus)
    • School of Communication Design and Media
    • School of Design and Applied Arts
    • School of Fine Arts
    • School of Foundation Studies
  • Bristol Business School (Frenchay Campus)
    • School of Accounting and Finance
    • School of Human Resource Management
    • School of Marketing
    • School of Organisation Studies
    • School of Operations and Information Management
    • School of Strategy and International Business
    • School of Economics
  • Faculty of the Built Environment (Frenchay Campus)
    • School of Civil Engineering
    • School of Construction Economics, Management and Engineering
    • School of Geography and Environmental Management
    • School of Housing and Urban Studies
    • School of Land and Property Management
    • School of Planning and Architecture
  • Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (Frenchay Campus)
    • School of Computer Science
    • School of Information Systems
    • School of Mechanical, Manufacturing and Aerospace Engineering
    • School of Computing and Electrical Engineering
    • School of Mathematical Sciences
  • Faculty of Education (Frenchay Campus)
  • Faculty of Health & Social Care (Glenside Campus)
    • School of Adult Nursing
    • School of Allied Health Professions
    • School of Health, Community and Policy Studies
    • School of Maternal and Child Health
    • School of Mental Health and Learning Disabilities
  • Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences (St Matthias Campus and Frenchay Campus)
    • School of Media and Cultural Studies
    • School of English and Drama
    • School of History
    • School of Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies
    • School of Politics
    • School of Sociology
  • Faculty of Law (Frenchay Campus)

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