The University of the West of England (UWE) is a partnership university, delivering learning teaching and assessment; research; enterprise and innovation and public engagement activities. It has existed as a publicly funded university since 1992.It is the largest provider of Higher Education in the South West of England with around 30,000 students and 3,500 staff, approximately 2000 of which are directly involved in teaching and research. UWE is a multi-site university. It has four campuses in and around Bristol encompassing thirteen departments covering a wide range of disciplines and expertise. In addition, we also have an associate faculty, Hartpury College and a regional education centre, both in Gloucester. Students come to UWE from all parts of the UK, as well as a significant and growing number of international students from over 140 countries worldwide. UWE delivers offers more than 600 courses at undergraduate, postgraduate, professional and short course levels, and prides itself on consistently high assessment scores for teaching quality. UWE has an active research community, which makes a significant contribution to advances in industry, commerce, health and technology, both nationally and internationally. As well as making a major contribution to the social and economic development of Bristol and the region, the University focuses on partnerships and links with major employers providing opportunities for our students to get real world experience and develop the skills they need to succeed in their chosen career.