Study in the UK, at UWE Bristol
Current students from India choose to study an array of courses across multiple disciplines including Robotics, Wildlife Filmmaking, MBAs, and Sports and Exercise Psychology. Many of our courses are relevant to growing areas of industry across India making UWE Bristol a popular choice with students.
With more than 600 courses on offer, at undergraduate, postgraduate, professional and short course level, we offer a broad range of subjects across the arts, creative industries, health, science, business, law, environment and technology disciplines. Explore our courses
UWE Bristol has a reputation for having strong industry connections, practice-orientated programmes and an inclusive approach to education. Over 27,000 students study at UWE Bristol and at overseas partner universities. Many of the university’s teaching staff are leaders in their field, contributing to research and helping industry and governments make positive change.
UWE Bristol also has strong graduate employability and is renowned for building lasting partnerships with industry professionals. The university collaborates with industry to help develop its courses and arrange work opportunities for students.
Reasons to study at UWE Bristol
- Put theory into practice through links with over 1,000 national and international employers.
- State-of-the-art learning spaces and excellent resources for all of our students.
- An international student in the UK is typically allowed to work up to 20 hours a week during school term, and up to full-time when school is out of term.
- A 30,000 strong student union including a range of societies and sports clubs offer a sense of community. Get involved – students union and societies
UWE Bristol is based in the south-west of England’s largest city. Bristol was voted “Best Place to live in Britain 2017” and it is the ideal place to live and study, with its rich history, vibrant culture and nearby countryside and coast. It is also a top retail destination, with a great selection of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants.
Bristol is one of the UK’s most diverse and desirable cities to study and live in, and known for cultural diversity, so students can feel confident that a place of worship will be easily accessible for most major religions. Bristol is ideally located just 90 minutes by train to London and 15 minutes to Bath. The city has an international airport which provides routes to most major European destinations.
Find more out about living in Bristol: https://www1.uwe.ac.uk/about/ourstory/bristol.aspx
Admission Requirements for Indian Students
Qualifications listed under each heading may satisfy UWE Bristol entry requirements to that level of study. This is not a guarantee of an offer of a place, which is at the University’s discretion.
Entry onto undergraduate programmes
Higher Secondary School Certificate (Standard XII) with 65%, including grade C, in at least five subjects – from the following boards CISE, CBSE and WBCHSEB – will be considered for entry.
Applicants with Standard XII from other state boards may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Students with lower grades may be considered for entry onto a foundation degree. If you have studied A-levels or IB, information on entry requirements can be found on the specific programme webpage.
Entry onto postgraduate programmes
Entry requirements for postgraduate programs vary from institution to institution, and have been determined by both the length of the degree and the section of university (as defined and categorised using the NOOSR list).
Section 1 – 48% for a three-four year degree, 45% from a five-year degree, or 2.6 GPA will be considered for entry.
Section 2 – 55%, or 2.8 GPA for all degrees will be considered for entry.
Section 3 – 60%, or 3.0 GPA for all degrees will be considered for entry.
English language requirements
All students must also have a recognised English language qualification.
Please note: Where UWE Bristol has an academic agreement in place with an institution, greater flexibility in entry requirements for undergraduate and postgraduate courses may apply as outlined in those agreements.
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Bhavisha Patel, MSc Human Resource Management (International) (IHRM)
I had completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology and Korean Language in my home country and was looking into associated careers. I was particularly interested in Organisational Psychology or Human Resources and felt a Postgraduate qualification from the UK would greatly enhance my employability when I returned home.
Professionally accredited degree
The IHRM programme at UWE is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD), a world-wide accreditation that leads directly to Associate Membership of the CIPD.
Alongside the professional accreditation I was really drawn to the structure of the course. It has a very practical element to it; rather than just theory or research – and I thought this would be greatly beneficial to be able to put my learning into practice during my studies.
I’m currently in my second semester and I’m really enjoying it. The lectures in the department are all really nice and incredibly supportive. I was a bit worried, having come from a non-HR background, I didn’t know what to expect and whether it would be a big step from my Undergraduate degree. But this hasn’t been the case at all, I haven’t felt the need to catch-up, and this is all down to the teaching and the openness of the faculty staff.
Mentoring and work shadowing
I’ve recently taken part in work shadowing, it’s an opportunity for students to spend time with a real HR professional in the field. I was placed with a small, local firm close to the University (CIMPA) and they were fantastic. Straight away, I was able to make distinct connections from the learning in my course to how this works in practice and I’ve found this really useful to refer back to in my lectures.
I can’t recommend this course enough, whatever nationality, your previous studies or even the work you’re doing now. This course is for anyone and for international students, provides a truly global outlook on HRM delivered in a practical and supportive setting.
For 2020 we are offering four scholarships valued between £2,000 – £3,000 pounds sterling.
Interested applicants should submit a short three-minute video where they identify two distinct features on their national culture and discuss its impact on Human Resource Management practices in their country.
Submit your application HERE
Submit your video to: Lucy Dao, Global Recruiter, at email@example.com
Closing date for applying: 25 April
UWE Bristol will look to award the scholarships in May