What is an undergraduate degree?
An undergraduate degree is the foundation for your future. It’s a thorough grounding in your chosen subject. You're an undergraduate student if you are studying for your first degree – usually a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BSc).
Many students opt for a full-time three year course – but it’s also possible to balance study and life, learning part-time. Another option is to build practical skills and proven experience on a paid placement year. It’s a great way to really test your new skills and knowledge, and you’ll make valuable workplace connections, too.
Find your course
Study at UWE Bristol this September.
View undergraduate courses that are available through Clearing at UWE Bristol for 2020/21 entry.Clearing courses
Where you will be studying
Bristol is a city famous for its rebellious streak, independent thinking, unique style and edgy creativity. And our campuses are communities set up to help you succeed. See what it’s all about.
"I feel that my degree gave me a kick-off start to my career and my personal development. A lot of that was a result of lecturers encouraging students to make their own decisions with careful guidance from the university environment."
Anastasia BA(Hons) Architecture and Planning
Real experience counts
95% of our graduates are in work or study after 6 months (DLHE 2018).
Our pioneering courses have been created in partnership with industry. Over 150 come with professional accreditation. This – plus world-class teaching – means you polish the most in-demand skills, and the kind of mindset that employers want and need.
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