The Bristol PLuS Awards recognise and reward University of Bristol students who have gained significant professional and life skills through extra-curricular experiences, which are important now more than ever in the current graduate labour market.
The 2012/13 PLuS Award deadline is 17th May. Once this date has passed the Bristol PLuS Awards will be moving to a new computer system.
This means that if you haven't completed the award by the 17th May then you will need to re-register for the PLuS Award in October and input your PLuS Award evidence into the new system.
If you have started the award but are not able to finish by 17th May then you will be able to complete the award next year. We recommend that you log in to the current PLuS Award system and make a note of any evidence that you have inputted - from 17th May you will not be able to access this information.
We encourage any students who are near to completion to try their best to finish the award this year. Come along to the Bristol PLuS Awards: Deadline Looming session on the 19th April to find out how. Sign up
Please note that there are less events taking place at the Careers Service during the summer term compared to autumn and spring, therefore if you still need to attend some workshops then please sign up ASAP to avoid running out of time.
Careers Service summer term events.
If you are new to the award and have not registered then please bookmark this page and return in the autumn term to find out more and register on the new system. You can follow us on
Twitter and Facebook to be kept up to date on when the new system will go live.
Outstanding Award students - If you intend to complete your Outstanding Award this year then please continue as usual. Outstanding Award presentations will be taking place on the 16th May, 17th May & 6th June. Please submit your evidence online, you will then be asked to pick a date/time that is convenient for you.
There is no need to sign up for the drop in clinics, just pop along to the Careers Service at some point during the hour.
Bristol PLuS Award (including Sport, Sustainability & Engineering)