University of Bristol
The University of Bristol is widely regarded as one of the UK's best universities. Based in the heart of the city, and with over 15,700 students, the University not only forms an important part of the city's history and heritage, but also plays a significant role in its future.
The University of Bristol is dedicated to academic endeavour at the highest levels. Its students benefit from an intellectually demanding, research-informed education that encourages independence of mind and prepares them to achieve their personal goals and serve society's needs across the globe, both during and after their time at the University.
The university is renowned world-wide for the excellence of its research and teaching. Many of its academics have international reputations in their fields and are keen to share their knowledge and insights with students, staff and the wider Bristol community. The university offers many opportunities for local people to experience its research and teaching through activities such as Discover (the university's bi-annual public celebration of science), mentoring and tutoring in local schools and various partnership and outreach projects.
The University of Bristol's students come from all parts of society and from over 130 different countries, helping to ensure a diverse and vibrant community. Highly sought-after by employers, its students graduate with an experience which is unique to the university and to the city of Bristol.
Learn more at the University of Bristol's website.