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Peoples Government of Guangzhou delegation visit Bristol

10 Aug, 2018

The latest high-powered delegation from Bristol’s twin city of Guangzhou met with senior figures from the city council and University of the West of England this week. Full story >

Alex Knight Intern in Guangzhou

28 Jul, 2017

Alex Knight graduated from the University of the West of England in 2016 with a 2.1 in History. After his internship in China he soon began work at Aspectus, a PR agency in London, where he works in the Financial Services department. Full story >

UWE visit offices of BEIJING Dong Fang Lin Pin (DFLP)

27 Jul, 2017

In May 2017, David Caine (Director of the International Office), Amanda Lee (Regional Director), Brenda Wang (Senior Regional Development Officer) and other representatives from the University of the West of England visited the offices of BEIJING Dong Fang Lin Pin (DFLP) international Education Technology CO,.LTD. Full story >

British Council: Opportunities to study or work in China

24 Apr, 2017

Generation UK Generation UK - China was launched by… Full story >

Education and training exports seen as key to successful Anglo-Chinese relations

13 Mar, 2017

Exporting education and training services to China will be in the spotlight at the latest Bristol and West of England China Partnership Pow Wow in April. Full story >

UWE Bristol International Talent scheme

22 Sep, 2016

UWE Bristol International Talent scheme Full story >

Job: Temporary Chinese speaking post for October

30 Aug, 2016

Hays Recruitment in Bath are recruiting for a temporary Chinese speaking post for October. Full story >

Short Story Writing Contest

05 Apr, 2016

The Arkbound Short Story Competition Full story >

Chinese students tour QEH

25 Feb, 2016

40 Chinese students who joined a programme at International House took on a tour of the QEH to foster relationships. Full story >

Making Gaofen Dineng history

22 Feb, 2016

A common Chinese term used to refer to the products of their school system is Gaofen Dineng, which essentially means good at tests but bad at everything else. Because students spend nearly all of their time studying, they have little opportunity to be creative, discover or pursue their own passions, or develop physical and social skills. Full story >