Articles from University of Bristol

How former students are remodelling the gaming market

Bristol-based Kaedim is using its new technology to help create 3D digital assets, millions of which are used to build the physical world of games, films and other media.

University of Bristol offers businesses 100 fully funded internships

The COVID-19 SME Internship Fund is open to any small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) – including charities, social enterprises and start-ups - hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

Bristol embarks on a new partnership with India’s Krea University

In the first instance, the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will see students complete a three-year bachelor’s degree at Krea before starting a master’s programme on a number of Bristol’s flagship courses (known as a 3+1).

Young people’s anxiety levels doubled during first COVID-19 lockdown, says study, but easing of restrictions unlikely to bring any improvement to mental health

Researchers from @BristolUni @CO90s also found that anxiety levels continued to remain high even when lockdown restrictions were eased in June and thus a similar situation may be expected this winter. The findings also suggest that this could be worse for individuals with a history of mental health problems, women and those who had experienced pre-pandemic financial problems. These findings have been highlighted by Public Health England to help influence policy and the government’s understanding of the impact of COVID-19 on mental health.

Bristol University launches new round of Think Big Scholarships

Bristol University's (@BristolUni) flagship scholarship competition for overseas students has now opened for 2021/22 applicants, both for postgraduate and undergraduate programmes.

Bristol students harness the power of sport to support their mental health

As of today, a team of trained student volunteers will act as conduits between students in need and the University’s mental health and wellbeing services. (@BristolUni)

Bristol University welcomes Government announcement on guidance for the Christmas period

As highlighted in the announcement, because the current four-week national lockdown is being considered as a sufficient form of quarantine period, the Government’s position is that provided they are not self-isolating students who wish to do so will be able to move from their university address to another address such as a family home between 3-9 December.

Be More Empowered portraits celebrate staff, students and alumni from BAME backgrounds

The portraits, which are on permanent display in the Reception Room of the Wills Memorial Building from Thursday 22 October, commemorate the first anniversary of the University’s Be More Empowered for Success programme which supports Black, Asian and minority ethic students.

Bristol's Professor Yardley awarded OBE for services to Covid-19 response

The Queen’s Birthday Honours recognise the achievements of a wide range of extraordinary people across the UK.

New emergency care research hub for Bristol launched

In 2019, an average of 70,231 people attended accident and emergency departments (A&E) each day in England. GPs offered one million appointments a day, 50 per cent of which are for same day appointments and urgent problems.

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