BRISTOL UNIVERSITY ON FILM
The University has produced new films which illustrate the many aspects of our faculties and departments. The films are now available to view on Britsol University's website and YouTube channel and can be found at the following links:
Faculty of Arts - http://www.bris.ac.uk/arts/watch/
Faculty of Engineering - http://www.bris.ac.uk/engineering/watch/
Faculty of Medical and Veterinary Sciences - http://www.bristol.ac.uk/fmvs/watch/
Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry - http://www.bristol.ac.uk/fmd/watch/
Faculty of Science - http://www.bristol.ac.uk/science/watch/
Faculty of Social Sciences and Law - http://www.bris.ac.uk/fssl/watch/
BRISTOL THAI SOCIETY
The University of Bristol Thai Society held its annual Thai Night in February 2012 and the evening was a resounding success. A total of 70 guests attended and enjoyed a range of performances, including Thai traditional and pop dances, Thai songs, quizzes and a lucky draw. The society is already looking forward to next year's event!
BRISTOL – "SMALL CITY OF THE FUTURE"
Bristol has been named Europe's best small "city of the future" by influential business publication FDI Magazine. The city was 16th overall out of all European cities and in the top ten for a number of other categories. It claimed the top spot as European small city of the future, third in the rankings for business friendliness and third in the table for its foreign investment strategy. The researchers said that the city's high concentration of hi-tech and digital firms has helped to make it one of the most important commercial centres in Europe.
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING - EMPLOYABILITY
The Faculty of Engineering has published a brochure outlining the employability of graduates of our engineering programmes. Over 90% of Bristol engineering graduates gain employment or continue onto further postgraduate study; the brochure highlights how the University supports students with careers skills and planning for their future.
MASTER OF EDUCATION (MEd) IN EDUCATION MANAGEMENT
The University of Bristol's Graduate School of Education has been offering this two-year part-time programme in Hong Kong in association with the School of Continuing and Professional Education (SCOPE), City University of Hong Kong, since 1997. The programme, taught entirely by academic staff from the University of Bristol, is designed for education managers, administrators and practitioners from across the education sectors. It aims to develop participants to become reflective practitioners in order to meet future challenges in their leadership/management careers.
MSc IN CLIMATE CHANGE SCIENCE AND POLICY
Concern about global environmental change has never been greater. The University of Bristol's MSc in Climate Change Science and Policy trains highly skilled graduate for professional employment in the public and private sectors, academia, consultancies, and non-governmental/advocacy organisations.
The curriculum is aimed at graduates seeking to enter, or upgrade their expertise in, the fields of climate change science, policy and analysis. The programme is provided by three of Bristol's leading science departments: Geographical Sciences, Earth Sciences and Chemistry. The programme is closely linked to the newly-founded Cabot Institute, which brings together all of the University's research into the changing global environment across the sciences, social sciences and engineering.
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BRISTOL UNIVERSITY ON FILM