University of Bristol

Ranked #10 out of #425

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  • Undergraduate to Postgraduate UG to PG Ratio
    71 : 29
  • UK to InternationalForeign Ratio
    88 : 12
  University Summary

About this University

Founded in 1876, the University of Bristol is one of the top 50 universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2018). Our outstanding learning environment and research-led education attracts the brightest students and staff from across the globe.

Bristol offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across six faculties: Arts, Biomedical Sciences, Engineering, Health Sciences, Science, and Social Sciences and Law. More than 23,000 students currently study here, alongside inspirational academics who are experts in their fields, creating a vibrant academic community.

The University campus is at the heart of the city of Bristol in the south-west of England, under two hours from London. Big enough to be exciting but small enough to be safe and friendly, the city is known for its independent spirit, grand architecture, beautiful parks and vibrant cultural scene.

  University Research/Funding Information

University of Bristol Research/Funding Information

The University of Bristol is at the forefront of global research. We aim to bring together the best minds in individual fields, and we encourage researchers from different disciplines and institutions to work together to find lasting solutions to society’s most pressing problems.

A member of the Russell Group of UK research-intensive universities, Bristol is a top five UK institution for research intensity (joint fifth in THE analysis of REF 2014). Thirteen Nobel Prize winners are linked to the University, including our current Chancellor, Sir Paul Nurse.

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Bristol Students’ Union supports over 300 societies and clubs covering a wide range of interests, allowing you to take part in sport, music or drama, or enjoy new food, games or hobbies. Sports facilities include an indoor sports centre on campus, a sports complex with grass and artificial pitches, and a boathouse on the River Avon.

There is accommodation at Bristol to suit all tastes, from historic Georgian townhouses to large, modern residences. A place in University accommodation is guaranteed for all new first-year undergraduates, and all first-year international postgraduates, who apply by the deadline (subject to conditions).

University Address:

University of Bristol
Senate House , Tyndall Avenue , Bristol , BS8 1TH