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University of Bristol

United Kingdom
Overview

Overview

Ranked 49th in the world and 9th in the UK by the QS World University Rankings 2020, the University of Bristol is internationally recognised for providing students with world-class degrees that prepare them for the world of work. With 23,000 students from more than 150 different countries, international students will become part of a global campus.

Being the second most-targeted university by top UK employers (High Fliers Research 2019) means students leave the institution feeling confident of getting a job at a reputable company. Bristol is also ranked sixth in the country for graduate employability (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019), and alumni from the institution are among the highest paid graduates in the UK.

With continual investment in new facilities, students have access to innovative, state-of-the-art technology and resources. The institution has nine libraries, outstanding sports facilities including a swimming pool and indoor sports centre, and four study centres, including Beacon House – a large central hub with flexible study spaces in the heart of the city and campus.

The University of Bristol takes great pride in its research, working to provide innovative solutions to some of the toughest issues facing our society. From climate change to human rights, Bristol is doing everything it can to make a difference to the world as we know it. The University was ranked in the top five in the UK for research in the Times Higher Education analysis of the Research Excellence Framework 2014.

There is lots to do away from lectures, too. The city of Bristol was named the number one place to live in the UK in 2017 (Sunday Times), the active Students’ Union runs hundreds of clubs and societies, and the University was placed in the top ten for team sports in 2017-18 in the inter-university league, BUCS.

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Overview

Overview

Ranked 58th in the world and 9th in the UK (QS World University Rankings 2021), the University of Bristol is internationally recognised for providing a world-class education. Around a quarter of the university's 25,000 students are from outside the UK, and international students are an integral part of Bristol's global campus community.

Bristol is the fourth most targeted university by top UK employers and one of the UK's top ten for graduate employability (High Fliers Research 2020 QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020). Combined with the university's dedicated careers support, this means students graduate with the confidence, skills and experience they need to succeed in their future career.

The University of Bristol takes great pride in its research, working to provide innovative solutions to some of the toughest issues facing society, from climate change to human rights. The university was ranked in the top five in the UK for research in the Times Higher Education analysis of the Research Excellence Framework 2014.

There is plenty to do away from lectures, too, with the active Students' Union running countless clubs and societies. The city of Bristol is regularly named one of the UK's best cities to live in. With a diverse population, vibrant culture and friendly neighbourhoods, Bristol is a great place to be a student.

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Overview

Overview

Ranked 58th in the world and 9th in the UK (QS World University Rankings 2021), the University of Bristol is internationally recognised for providing a world-class education. Around a quarter of the university's 25,000 students are from outside the UK, and international students are an integral part of Bristol's global campus community.

Bristol is the fourth most targeted university by top UK employers and one of the UK's top ten for graduate employability (High Fliers Research 2020 QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020). Combined with the university's dedicated careers support, this means students graduate with the confidence, skills and experience they need to succeed in their future career.

The University of Bristol takes great pride in its research, working to provide innovative solutions to some of the toughest issues facing society, from climate change to human rights. The university was ranked in the top five in the UK for research in the Times Higher Education analysis of the Research Excellence Framework 2014.

There is plenty to do away from lectures, too, with the active Students' Union running countless clubs and societies. The city of Bristol is regularly named one of the UK's best cities to live in. With a diverse population, vibrant culture and friendly neighbourhoods, Bristol is a great place to be a student.

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What's new

What's new

Rankings

The University of Bristol ranks in Europe's top ten for teaching excellence, according to a 2019 evaluation by Times Higher Education.

Bristol has also risen to 65th in the world from its previous 119th position in the Center for World University Rankings 2018/19. It is ranked seventh best in the UK in the same league table, up one place from its previous ranking.

Facilities

Outline planning permission has been granted for the University’s new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus. When it opens in 2021/22, the campus will provide teaching, research and innovation space for around 800 staff, external partners and 3,000 students. It will also provide on-site accommodation for up to 1,500 undergraduates and postgraduates.

Due for completion in 2022, the ambitious Campus Heart project will transform the centre of the main Clifton campus into a highly visible, coherent and welcoming space. This will include updated teaching facilities, a new £80 million library and a remodelled gym.

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What's new

What's new

The university jumped four places to 15th in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020. In the 2019 National Student Survey, subjects at Bristol featured in the top quartile of universities in every question set, with 90 per cent of students stating that their course was intellectually stimulating. The University of Bristol was once again ranked in the top five most targeted institutions by UK employers (High Fliers Research 2018-20).

Work has begun on the university's new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus. The project will provide teaching, research and innovation space for staff, students and external partners, as well as on-site student accommodation. The university recently invested GBP 33 million in transforming the Fry Building to become the new home for the School of Mathematics, making it a world-class facility for research and teaching.

This year the university launched Global Lounge pop-up events, where both UK and international students can share experiences, integrate and be inspired to become global citizens. The physical Global Lounge, opening soon, will be a place for all students to connect, learn about other cultures and find out about global opportunities.

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What's new

What's new

The university jumped four places to 15th in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020. In the 2019 National Student Survey, subjects at Bristol featured in the top quartile of universities in every question set, with 90 per cent of students stating that their course was intellectually stimulating. The University of Bristol was once again ranked in the top five most targeted institutions by UK employers (High Fliers Research 2018-20).

Work has begun on the university's new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus. The project will provide teaching, research and innovation space for staff, students and external partners, as well as on-site student accommodation. The university recently invested GBP 33 million in transforming the Fry Building to become the new home for the School of Mathematics, making it a world-class facility for research and teaching.

This year the university launched Global Lounge pop-up events, where both UK and international students can share experiences, integrate and be inspired to become global citizens. The physical Global Lounge, opening soon, will be a place for all students to connect, learn about other cultures and find out about global opportunities.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

As a research-intensive Russell Group university, Bristol has a world-class reputation for teaching that reflects the high quality of its research. The most recent Research Excellence Framework (2014) ranks Bristol among the UK’s top research universities, with 83 per cent of its research rated as ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’. Leading academics deliver programmes across the University, enabling students to benefit from outstanding research-led teaching and from the expertise of international experts at the forefront of their field.

The University offers more than 250 undergraduate courses and an array of postgraduate taught and research programmes, with modules available to suit students’ individual interests. Students experience a variety of teaching techniques and are encouraged to develop their subject knowledge through independent study.

Taught students are assigned a personal tutor who provides advice on academic matters as well as personal support and guidance.

The University runs an International Foundation Programme, comprising both academic and English language preparation, for students who do not have the necessary language requirements for direct entry into its undergraduate courses. The University also offers pre-sessional courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students to improve their academic English before starting a course.

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Facilities

Facilities

The university offers state-of-the-art facilities and continually invests in its buildings, resources and technology to ensure students get the very best experience. On campus, all students have access to 24-hour libraries, extensive IT spaces and purpose-built study centres.

The university's extensive on-campus sports facilities include a fully equipped gym, large sports hall and swimming pool. The off-campus sports complex offers grass and artificial pitches, an Olympic weightlifting gym and an indoor tennis centre.

Bristol students can join more than 70 sports clubs or compete in inter-university leagues. Student athletes can join the Performance Sport programme, which helps them combine a sporting career with academic study.

More than 6,500 places are available for undergraduates and postgraduates across the university's three residential villages. There is accommodation to suit all tastes, from shared Georgian townhouses to large, modern residences right in the city centre.

Every university-managed residence provides internet, 24-hour security and pastoral support for residential life and wellbeing. Most residences have a common room, and many have study rooms, launderette and bike storage. The university also offers support with finding private accommodation in the city.

The main university campus and student residences are linked to the city centre and other places by frequent bus services, and most are within walking distance. Bristol is well-connected to other UK and European cities by train, coach and plane.

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Facilities

Facilities

The university offers state-of-the-art facilities and continually invests in its buildings, resources and technology to ensure students get the very best experience. On campus, all students have access to 24-hour libraries, extensive IT spaces and purpose-built study centres.

The university's extensive on-campus sports facilities include a fully equipped gym, large sports hall and swimming pool. The off-campus sports complex offers grass and artificial pitches, an Olympic weightlifting gym and an indoor tennis centre.

Bristol students can join more than 70 sports clubs or compete in inter-university leagues. Student athletes can join the Performance Sport programme, which helps them combine a sporting career with academic study.

More than 6,500 places are available for undergraduates and postgraduates across the university's three residential villages. There is accommodation to suit all tastes, from shared Georgian townhouses to large, modern residences right in the city centre.

Every university-managed residence provides internet, 24-hour security and pastoral support for residential life and wellbeing. Most residences have a common room, and many have study rooms, launderette and bike storage. The university also offers support with finding private accommodation in the city.

The main university campus and student residences are linked to the city centre and other places by frequent bus services, and most are within walking distance. Bristol is well-connected to other UK and European cities by train, coach and plane.

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Department structure

Department structure

The University of Bristol delivers its prestigious, research-led undergraduate and postgraduate courses through six faculties, namely, the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Life Sciences, Faculty of Science, and Faculty of Social Sciences and Law.

Each faculty governs multiple schools that offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes across many departments. The faculties are also home to several prestigious research centres. The Cabot Institute, the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research, the Brigstow Institute and the Jean Golding Institute are University research institutes that conduct cutting-edge research across a range of disciplines, while specialist research institutes, such as the Bristol BioDesign Institute, Bristol Heart Institute and Bristol Poverty Institute, reflect Bristol’s strengths in key specialisms.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

A University of Bristol degree is highly regarded worldwide. As well as being among the most employable, graduates of Bristol are some of the highest paid in the country within three years of graduating, according to 2018 LEO data from the Department for Education.

The Careers Service at Bristol offers students advice and guidance to help them to get to where they want to be after graduating. The university provides support with CVs, applications and interviews, as well as employer presentations, internship schemes and careers fairs. Students can also work towards the industry-recognised Bristol PLUS Award.

The Careers Service recently launched MyOpportunities, a portal that empowers students to explore opportunities outside of their formal curriculum. From volunteering to internships abroad to hackathons, the new resource offers students a wide range of activities to enhance their university experience.

To help students gain valuable employability skills, many undergraduate courses offer students the option of undertaking a period in industry or studying abroad as part of their degree.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

A University of Bristol degree is highly regarded worldwide. As well as being among the most employable, graduates of Bristol are some of the highest paid in the country within three years of graduating, according to 2018 LEO data from the Department for Education.

The Careers Service at Bristol offers students advice and guidance to help them to get to where they want to be after graduating. The university provides support with CVs, applications and interviews, as well as employer presentations, internship schemes and careers fairs. Students can also work towards the industry-recognised Bristol PLUS Award.

The Careers Service recently launched MyOpportunities, a portal that empowers students to explore opportunities outside of their formal curriculum. From volunteering to internships abroad to hackathons, the new resource offers students a wide range of activities to enhance their university experience.

To help students gain valuable employability skills, many undergraduate courses offer students the option of undertaking a period in industry or studying abroad as part of their degree.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The University of Bristol invites applications from the brightest of international students and accepts a wide range of qualifications for undergraduate and postgraduate study. Entry requirements vary from course to course.

Please see the University’s country-specific guidance for further information on qualification equivalences, scholarships and education representatives in your region.

Students can apply through either UCAS or the Common Application for undergraduate courses. Students must apply online for postgraduate programmes.

English language requirements

International applicants must have a good standard of English to study at Bristol. Students whose first language is not English will need to provide evidence of their English language proficiency. Requirements vary, depending on students’ country of origin and chosen course. Applicants are advised to check their course listing for details of specific requirements.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Bristol is committed to helping talented international students at undergraduate and postgraduate level with study and living costs. In 2020, the university is investing GBP 1 million to help the brightest and best international students come to Bristol.

Bristol's Think Big Scholarships are available to undergraduate and postgraduate students, offering fee waivers of up to GBP 20,000.

The university also offers awards and scholarships in partnership with national governments, alumni associations and industry partners. In addition to these awards, international students may be eligible for funding from their home country or for studying specific subjects.

There are no limitations on nationality or course for PhD funding, provided the university can offer supervision for the topic being researched. A limited number of studentships are available for each area of study.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Bristol is committed to helping talented international students at undergraduate and postgraduate level with study and living costs. In 2020, the university is investing GBP 1 million to help the brightest and best international students come to Bristol.

Bristol's Think Big Scholarships are available to undergraduate and postgraduate students, offering fee waivers of up to GBP 20,000.

The university also offers awards and scholarships in partnership with national governments, alumni associations and industry partners. In addition to these awards, international students may be eligible for funding from their home country or for studying specific subjects.

There are no limitations on nationality or course for PhD funding, provided the university can offer supervision for the topic being researched. A limited number of studentships are available for each area of study.

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Facilities

Facilities

As a global university, Bristol offers state-of-the-art facilities. The University continually invests in its buildings, resources and technology to ensure students get the very best student experience. On campus, all students have access to 24-hour libraries, extensive IT spaces and purpose-built study centres.

Faculties and departments also benefit from significant investment. Recent developments include the £56.5 million Life Sciences Building and the Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information – the quietest building in the world.

Sports and activities

The University’s extensive on-campus sports facilities include a fully equipped gym, large sports hall and swimming pool. The off-campus sports complex offers grass and artificial pitches, an Olympic weightlifting gym and an indoor tennis centre.

Bristol students can join more than 70 sports clubs or compete in inter-university leagues. Student athletes can join the Performance Sport programme, which helps them combine a sporting career with academic study.

There are also plenty of opportunities to play sport for fun and keep fit, in the Intramural Programme or by taking part in low-cost, beginner-friendly classes.

Accommodation

All new first-year international undergraduates and postgraduates are guaranteed a place in University accommodation (subject to conditions).

More than 6,500 places are available for students across three locations. There is accommodation to suit all tastes, from shared Georgian townhouses to large, modern residences right in the city centre.

Every residence provides internet, 24-hour security and pastoral support, including a network of senior students who support residential life and wellbeing. Most residences have a common room, and many have study rooms, launderette and bike storage.

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Student support

Student support

The university provides a range of services to help international students feel part of the community from the moment they arrive in Bristol.

The International Welcome Lounge is a great place to meet other students and offers support with finding accommodation and opening bank accounts. New arrivals can access the International Student Handbook, with essential information on living in the UK and the services available at Bristol.

The university's visa team is always on hand to offer support with visa applications and queries, before and after arriving in Bristol.

There is a range of academic support available to international students, including regular additional language development and study skills sessions. Peer support schemes aid learning, with older years facilitating sessions with first years. Most students are allocated an academic personal tutor or supervisor who meets with them regularly to monitor their progress.

At Bristol, there is always someone to talk to. A range of support services, such as Student Wellbeing Advisers, Student Counselling and the Residential Life Service, is available to help students look after their health and wellbeing.

With hundreds of societies and sports clubs, the university's Students' Union provides countless opportunities for students to connect with others from their own countries and around the world. There are activities to suit all interests, as well as cultural societies where students can meet like-minded friends.

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Student support

Student support

The university provides a range of services to help international students feel part of the community from the moment they arrive in Bristol.

The International Welcome Lounge is a great place to meet other students and offers support with finding accommodation and opening bank accounts. New arrivals can access the International Student Handbook, with essential information on living in the UK and the services available at Bristol.

The university's visa team is always on hand to offer support with visa applications and queries, before and after arriving in Bristol.

There is a range of academic support available to international students, including regular additional language development and study skills sessions. Peer support schemes aid learning, with older years facilitating sessions with first years. Most students are allocated an academic personal tutor or supervisor who meets with them regularly to monitor their progress.

At Bristol, there is always someone to talk to. A range of support services, such as Student Wellbeing Advisers, Student Counselling and the Residential Life Service, is available to help students look after their health and wellbeing.

With hundreds of societies and sports clubs, the university's Students' Union provides countless opportunities for students to connect with others from their own countries and around the world. There are activities to suit all interests, as well as cultural societies where students can meet like-minded friends.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Bristol is committed to helping talented international students at undergraduate and postgraduate level with study and living costs. In 2019, the University is investing £1,000,000 to help the brightest and best international students come to Bristol.

Bristol's Think Big Scholarships are available to undergraduate, postgraduate and foundation students, offering fee waivers of up to £20,000

The University also offers awards and scholarships in partnership with national governments, alumni associations and industry partners.

In addition to these awards, international students may be eligible for funding from their home country or for studying specific subjects.

There are no limitations on nationality or course for PhD funding, provided the University can offer supervision for the topic being researched. A limited number of studentships are available for each area of study.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The university offers hundreds of courses and programmes across a comprehensive range of subjects. Applicants can choose from a wide range of options:

Programmes and courses are taught across six faculties: Arts, Engineering, Health Sciences, Life Sciences, Science, and Social Sciences and Law.

Academic requirements

The University of Bristol invites applications from the brightest of international students and accepts a wide range of qualifications. Entry requirements vary from course to course.

The university's country-specific guidance gives further information on qualification equivalences, scholarships and education representatives in different regions.

Students should apply through UCAS for undergraduate courses, or through the university's online application system for postgraduate programmes.

English language requirements

International applicants must have a good standard of English to study at Bristol. Students whose first language is not English will need to provide evidence of their English language proficiency. Requirements vary, depending on students' country of origin and chosen course. Applicants are advised to check their course listing for details of specific requirements.

International Foundation Programme

The university runs an International Foundation Programme, made up of both academic and English language preparation, for students who do not have the necessary language requirements for direct entry into undergraduate courses. Bristol also offers pre-sessional courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students to improve their academic English before starting a degree.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The university offers hundreds of courses and programmes across a comprehensive range of subjects. Applicants can choose from a wide range of options:

Programmes and courses are taught across six faculties: Arts, Engineering, Health Sciences, Life Sciences, Science, and Social Sciences and Law.

Academic requirements

The University of Bristol invites applications from the brightest of international students and accepts a wide range of qualifications. Entry requirements vary from course to course.

The university's country-specific guidance gives further information on qualification equivalences, scholarships and education representatives in different regions.

Students should apply through UCAS for undergraduate courses, or through the university's online application system for postgraduate programmes.

English language requirements

International applicants must have a good standard of English to study at Bristol. Students whose first language is not English will need to provide evidence of their English language proficiency. Requirements vary, depending on students' country of origin and chosen course. Applicants are advised to check their course listing for details of specific requirements.

International Foundation Programme

The university runs an International Foundation Programme, made up of both academic and English language preparation, for students who do not have the necessary language requirements for direct entry into undergraduate courses. Bristol also offers pre-sessional courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students to improve their academic English before starting a degree.

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University of Bristol is one of the most popular and successful universities in the UK. The University was founded in 1876 as University College, Bristol. It was the first higher education institution in England to admit women on an equal basis to men. The University organises its academic affairs in some 25 academic schools which are arranged into six faculties.

Bristol's world-class learning experience encourages students to become independent thinkers, equipped to respond to the intellectual, social and personal challenges they encounter throughout their lives and careers and become leaders in their chosen fields. With a choice of over 200 degree courses covering a broad range of subjects, students can engage themselves with intellectually challenging courses that encourage independence of mind. All students have the opportunity to engage in real-life research projects on intellectually challenging courses shaped by the latest thinking. Alongside students? academic studies, Bristol Futures curriculum provides breadth and transferable skills and makes a Bristol graduate completely unique.

The University of Bristol is at the cutting edge of global research. It has made innovations in areas ranging from cot death prevention to nanotechnology. The University currently has 40 Fellows of the Royal Society and 13 of the British Academy, a remarkable achievement for a relatively small institution.

Perfectly placed, Bristol is a gateway to the South West, providing easy access to Bath, Cardiff and the beautiful surrounding countryside. The majority of teaching takes place on the university?s main campus in Clifton. The campus spans a wide area, bordered to the north by Tyndalls Parks Road and to the south by Park Row and the HH Wills Memorial Building, which has overlooked the city from its vantage point at the top of Park Street since 1925.

Bristol Veterinary School is located at a dedicated site on the edge of the Mendip hills in the rural village of Langford, 14 miles south of Bristol. The 255-hectare estate is home to state-of-the-art facilities that are ideal for university staff conducting a large variety of research activity, as well as being fundamental to its commitment in delivering first-rate teaching on all of its undergraduate courses and postgraduate taught programmes.
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