universities in bristol
Founded in 1876, the University of Bristol combines academic excellence with an independent and forward-thinking spirit.
At Bristol, you’ll learn from and collaborate with academics who are leaders in their fields. This world-class educational environment attracts the brightest students from across the world, with more than 150 countries represented in our international community.
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Our higher education (HE) courses are open for applications.
We are experienced in supporting students who are balancing work and study, or who have family or care responsibilities. We offer a range of competitively-priced courses.
The International Foundation Programme is a University-delivered course that prepares international students for an undergraduate degree at the University of Bristol, and you can apply to this course with Kaplan Pathways.
Most of your classes will take place at the Centre for Academic Language and Development. The Centre is based on the main Clifton campus, so you’ll experience university life from your first day.
Created in 2000, University of Bristol Research and Enterprise Division (RED) supports research development within the University of Bristol and the wider SME business community. The RED and SETsquared teams combined command a world leading reputation for supporting the commercial development of technology companies spinning out of the University utilising the University’s Intellectual Property (IP). The Fund, providing private investors opportunities to invest in early stage technology companies, enables additional finance to ensure that companies are properly resourced for the initial stages of commercial product development.
Managed by Parkwalk with the University of Bristol Research and Enterprise Development Division (RED) acting as Portfolio Advisor, the University of Bristol Enterprise Fund offers investment opportunities in scientific and technological spin-outs emerging from the University. Many are nurtured through the University’s award-winning partner SETsquared Bristol, part of a national business incubator and world leader in developing emerging UK tech entrepreneurs.
Looking for information about the best colleges and universities in Bristol? Here’s your guide to the top schools located within 20 miles of Bristol, Rhode Island.
There are about 15 colleges in the area, including 10 private colleges and universities, 3 public colleges and universities, and 2 community colleges offering 2-year degrees.
There are many dormitories of various sizes and location to choose from at the University of Bristol. Some are on campus, some in the town center and others in a nearby village of Stoke Bishop. You’ll research the options online and reserve your room with the support of a housing service.
There are many dormitories of various sizes to choose from. Each is home to students from many countries and backgrounds. Most (but not all) rooms are private and have an en-suite bathroom. Some have on-site cafeterias with a meal plan and others are self-catered accommodations with a communal kitchen you’ll share with other students.
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Since opening in 2013, Bristol SU Lettings has been an active participant in improving the lettings experience for its students, landlords and the wider Bristol community.