Archive for: 2017

New staff at the University

New starters
HR would like to welcome the following new starters to the University:   Dr Nikolaos Poulis Lecturer in Dental Technology School of Health and Human Sciences (Centre for Dental Sciences) Commenced employment on Monday 2 October 2017   Mr David Fuentes Gillardo Technician in Dental Technology School of Health...

Latest Vacancies

vacancies
Please find below details of new vacancies at the University – job description, person specification and further particulars – including how to apply – for these roles can be viewed on our website: http://www.bolton.ac.uk/vacancies or requested by email: . *Please note, the university reserves the right to shorten/extend the...

Dual accreditation for PPC programme

The university’s BSc (Hons) Psychology, Psychotherapy and Counselling programme, which is now ranked 49th in the country after scoring 92% for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2017, has recently received dual accreditation. Now with accreditation from both the ABC Awards and British Psychological Society (BPS), students on...

World Mental Health Day

This World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10th October), the University of Bolton are hosting an event focussed on community health and wellbeing in conjunction with BAND. BAND is a voluntary sector organisation operating mostly within the Borough of Bolton. They have been working alongside people with lived experience of...

Promoting the Bolton Award to Students

The Bolton Award is the University’s extra-curricular employability and enterprise programme designed to boost student’s career prospects and enhance the student experience. To achieve the Bolton Award, students complete a minimum of 35 hours of employability experience, skills development and enrichment activities. Participants also produce a CV, write a...

New Assistant Practitioner Apprenticeship

The Assistant Practitioner Apprenticeship at the University of Bolton offers a unique experience in combining theory with practice where study at the University complements the learning that takes place in the workplace. This enables apprentices to develop the core skills, knowledge and values/behaviours to become an Assistant Practitioner. Assistant...
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