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.