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Your results will be available in MYUWE in the Results tab. Find your results publication dates for undergraduate and postgraduate award boards. 

Help interpreting your marks

Please check our MYUWE guidance or contact a Student and Programme Team.

Resits and retakes

Results aren’t what you expected? Find out more information about resitting or retaking an assessment or module.

Most resit exams will take place between Monday 15 and Friday 26 July. Please check MYUWE and Blackboard for individual details and dates.

Study support

Sharpen your study skills

Want to improve your study skills over the summer? Library staff run a whole range of workshops in-person and online.

Study skills workshops

Student Experience Coaching

If you’d like someone to listen, support you and find practical solutions to help you overcome obstacles, then our 1:1 coaching is for you.

Student Experience Coaches

Part-time work, internships and placements

Still looking for summer work or an internship? Check out the Careerhub and Jobshop for opportunities.

If you’re preparing to go out on a healthcare or education placement this summer the Professional Practice Office (PPO) remains open. You can email PPO at ppoallocations@uwe.ac.uk. If you have any queries while on placement, you can contact the Practice Support Line (PSL) on +44 (0)117 32 81152 or hscpl@uwe.ac.uk.


What will be available

  • All campus libraries will be open.
  • Campuses will be staffed by our 24/7 security team.
  • Accommodation staff will be available.
  • A free 24-hour confidential helpline and app available to all UWE Bristol students.
  • IT telephone support will be available 24 hours a day.
  • Information Points will be open at Bower Ashton Campus, Glenside Campus and Frenchay Campus as usual.
  • The Information Point at Arnolfini will be closed from Monday 17 June until Monday 16 September.

Bars, cafes and shops

Find out about opening hours for bars, cafes and shops on our campuses:

Sport and fitness

Health and wellbeing support

There’s a range of support available for you, in-person, online and on Teams. Access support in the way that suits you.

Wellbeing support

Want a chat?

Do you need some space to chat about something that’s bothering you? Perhaps you're dealing with bereavement, or you have questions about the big stuff like ethics, faith, beliefs or spirituality. Book an appointment with the Chaplaincy Team.

Book an appointment

Serious concerns

If you have urgent concerns about the welfare of a student or need support yourself, please call the Serious Concerns Line on +44 (0)117 32 84000.

Need to talk to someone?

If you need some support or someone to talk to then please call our free 24/7 support helpline on +44 (0)800 028 3766.

  • Your call will be answered by a trained counsellor and they are able to offer in the moment support and act as a listening ear for a range of issues such as bereavement, stress and anxiety, family issues, exam worries and any other concerns you may have.
  • You can access a language line if needed for translation support.
  • You can also access finance, debt, health and legal advice – just ask for an adviser instead of a counsellor for this.

Samaritans 24/7

  • Samaritans offer a free 24/7 helpline at 116 223.
  • Samaritans offer a safe place for you to talk and explore your concerns, worries or anything that is happening for you or causing you distress.

Where to go if you have a problem

24/7 security support

Campuses will be staffed by our security team 24/7. If you have a problem on any campus, call our 24/7 security team on +44 (0)117 32 86404.

Emergencies on campus

If there’s an emergency on campus, call +44 (0)117 32 89999 (available 24/7, every day of the year). We’ll send staff to help and will call the emergency services for you so that they can find you quickly.

IT support

An out-of-hours IT support service will be available 24 hours a day, every day. Please call +44 (0)117 32 83612.

IT Advice Point opening times and details of other contact methods available during UWE Bristol business hours can be found on the Service Desk webpages.

Assessment support

If you encounter unexpected difficulties that may affect your ability to do an assessment, a 48-hour late submission window is available, during which you can submit your assignment without penalty. Check Blackboard for specific details for your modules. 

If you need further information talk to Information Point.

Disruptions on Frenchay Campus

Every year, the University takes advantage of the quieter summer months to carry out the more disruptive works. This summer there will be delays coming on and off site and getting around Frenchay Campus from June to August. Take a look at our disruptions page to find out how the works might affect you and to access support if you need it.

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