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Bristol City Council participates to the UNESCO Creative Cities Annual Summit 

We're pleased to introduce Sofia Radrizzani, who is starting her final year at University of Bath studying Biology.

She has come to Brussels as part of her placement year, doing an internship at the de Duve Institute, the biomedical research institute of Université catholique de Louvain.

Sofia shares her experiences of Brussels and her internship in our latest BBBseries interview.

University of Bath Awarded Turing Scheme Funding

The International Relations Office at our partner institution University of Bath is delighted to confirm that the University has been awarded funding for 372 placements under the Turing Scheme UK.
The scheme will support students on work and study placements in a number of international destinations, offering them the opportunity to experience a different culture through their work or studies. 

BBBseries Interview: Vittoria Mondini, intern at the B&BBO

The next edition of our BBBseries of interviews features Bristol & Bath Brussels Office team member Vittoria Mondini.

Vittoria is studying Sociology at the University of Bath and has been working for the Office as an intern since March.

Thanks, Vittoria, for sharing your insights into being a ‘Bathonian in Brussels’ during your placement year!

Bristol City Council launches Ecological Emergency Action Plan

Our partner Bristol City Council's commitment to reverse the decline in wildlife and manage and create a space for nature, has been outlined in its Ecological Emergency Action Plan (EEAP), recently launched by the Mayor Marvin Rees at Eastwood Farm Nature Reserve.
The Council’s EEAP will play a key role in the delivery of the wider Bristol One City Ecological Emergency Strategy, which was published in September 2020 and sets out strategic goals to drive and coordinate action with city partners on the natural environment.
The EEAP is informed by the Sustainable Development Goals and the European Green Deal. Engagement with other European cities will support activities locally through sharing knowledge and practice.


Undergraduate recruiting at the B&BBO partner universities 

It's time to experience University life at our partner institutions! 
The University of Bristol welcomes you to its Undergraduate Virtual Open Week from 13th to 17th September. As soon as you’ve booked your place, you’ll have access to on-demand content and virtual tours to prepare you ahead of the live sessions. 
Join the University of Bath at one of its Undergraduate Virtual Open Days from 8th and 25th September. At these events you’ll have the opportunity to find out about the courses on offer as well as topics such as admissions, student support, placements, the Students’ Union and more.