University of Bristol


The University of Bristol is a leading research university located in Bristol, England. This Institute's roots are traced to Merchants Venturer's school, founded in 1595 and the University College of Bristol, established in 1876.

Bristol is renowned for the high quality of its teaching and research, and it is distinguished globally for pushing the boundaries of knowledge to address the concerns of the world in the 21st century. The University of Bristol is dedicated to achievement and continuous innovation with intensive research. This university is the largest independent employer in Bristol. Institute had a total income of 750 million GBP in 2020, of which 169.8 million GBP was from research grants and contracts.

Multiple schools and departments of the University of Bristol are organized and composed in the following six academic faculties offering over 200 undergraduate courses.

  • Arts
  • Engineering
  • Life Sciences
  • Science
  • Health Sciences
  • Social Sciences and Law


More than 27,000 students are presently studying at the University of Bristol. Around 25% of students are international, coming from over 150 countries. This Institute takes special care of international students throughout the application process and their studies.

Student Support provides career support. This service is available throughout your degree and up to 3 years after graduation.

All immigration and Visa problems are dealt with by the Student Visa Services team. This team is available to serve you throughout your degree. For academic support, you can seek help from a personal tutor or supervisor, or you can access Study Skill Service.

The University of Bristol provides several scholarships for international students. In 2022, the university invested 2 million GBP in scholarships for international students. You can find information on these scholarships on the  International Scholarships page on the university website.


The University of Bristol provides inclusive and safe spaces for students from around the world. This university provides on-campus housing to students. Here Residential Halls are designed so that students fell at home. Students get a great chance to make new friends, explore new things and make most of their time in Bristol.

Some key features of on-campus housing at the University of Bristol are.

Housing facilities for undergraduate and postgraduate are separate.

Electricity, gas, and water rates, bus passes, insurance, internet, and social fund contribution are included in your residential fee. This fees is calculated on the basis of room size and other extra residential facilities.

Institutes provide guaranteed housing for undergraduate students, but postgraduate accommodation is not guaranteed. There are 6500 beds available for first-year undergraduate students.


  • By Academic Ranking of World Universities, the University of Bristol ranked 78.
  • Nationally it was ranked 8th by the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
  • According to QS World University Ranking, it ranked 61 globally. Nationally it was ranked 9th.
  • Times Higher Education World University Ranking, it is ranked 92. Nationally it was ranked 11th.


University of Bristol
Bristol BS8 1TH, United Kingdom

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