COP26: How Accounting and Finance can take sustainability beyond ‘blah, blah, blah’. – Dr Alice Bryer

“Accounting and finance, isn’t that all about about making the world a worse place?” – I’m paraphrasing, but this is basically the response from a friend, involved in climate activism, when I mentioned that sustainability is now a core topic …

Why mentoring is important to Accounting and Finance students

Mentoring is embedded within the curriculum with our Accounting and Finance in Context unit. In this blog, BSc Accounting and Finance student, Tomas Briggs tells us more about what he has learnt from this unit, which has been co-developed by

What’s it like to do a placement year in Accounting and Finance?

Jack is a BSc Accounting and Finance with Professional Placement student. In this blog, he tells us a bit more about his placement at Hargreaves Lansdown, what he learnt and the skills he developed, along with top tips for students

New research by accounting professor suggests hydraulic fracturing can affect surface water quality

Professor Giovanna Michelon is a Professor in Accounting at the University of Bristol. Her research interests are in the field of sustainability accounting and reporting. Recently, Giovanna and her co-authors have become interested in the effects of disclosure regulation outside

Malaysian alumna, now Chief Financial Officer of Affin Bank recalls memories of Bristol and shares her career journey

We caught up with Malaysian alumna, Joanne Rodrigues who graduated in BSc Economics and Accounting in 1996. Joanne recalls her time at Bristol, outlines her career path and shares her views on the future of the finance industry, and how

What we explored at the 4th Bristol Workshop on Banking and Financial Intermediation

Organised by the Banking group of the School of Accounting and Finance, the fourth iteration of the annual workshop on banking and financial intermediation at the University of Bristol took place on 28 May as a virtual conference.  The aim