Engaged Learning

Engaged Learning gives students the opportunity to apply skills and knowledge from their academic studies to a real-world challenge, by working in partnership with local, national, or international professional and community organisations through a variety of methods including consultancy, placements and co-production.  

It has a range of benefits – for students, the university, and external organisations. These include, but aren’t limited to:   

The Engaged Learning Community

Be inspired and supported by joining a network of academics working to develop Engaged Learning at the University. Led by the Careers Service in partnership with BILT, the Engaged Learning Community is a source of expertise, good practice, and peer support for all its members.

To join the Engaged Learning Community get in touch with one of the Engaged Learning Coordinators: Hannah.cowell@bristol.ac.uk and Hannah.tweddell@bristol.ac.uk

Further advice and support

We recommend contacting the Careers Service for further information about developing Engaged Learning opportunities in new or existing units. They can advise on a range of areas including:

Engaged Learning & employability

Employability is all about the skills, knowledge and attributes which equip students for life and work after university for more information visit the Employability in the curriculum page or contact the Faculty Employability Team.

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