University of Bristol
The University of Bristol is 49th in the world and 9th in the UK in the QS World University rankings 2020. The university is internationally recognized for providing students with world-class degrees that are preparing for their future careers. The University of Bristol has 23,000 students from more than 150 different countries, so foreign students here are becoming part of a truly global campus.
Since the University of Bristol is the second most sought-after university among the top UK employers (High Fliers Research 2019), students leave the institution, being ready for employment in serious companies. The university also ranks 6th in the country in terms of graduate employment (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019). At the same time, university graduates are among the highest paid graduates in the UK.
The university is constantly investing in new equipment, so students have access to innovative modern technologies and resources. The university owns 9 libraries, beautiful sports grounds, including a swimming pool and an indoor sports center, as well as 4 training centers, including Beacon House, a large-scale center with flexible learning areas located in the heart of the city and campus.
The University of Bristol takes pride in its research and works to find innovative solutions to the most important issues facing modern society. From climate change to human rights, the university is doing everything possible to change the world around for the better. According to the Times Higher Education, the university also entered the Top 5 research universities in the UK in the ranking of the Research Excellence Framework 2014.
University of Bristol students have something to do in their free time. In 2017, Bristol was named the best city to live in the UK (Sunday Times), an active student union of the university organizes the work of hundreds of clubs and societies, and the university is included in the Top 10 educational institutions by the number of sports teams in the BUCS 2017-18 university league.
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University of Bristol ranks 10th in Europe in terms of teaching quality, according to the latest Times Higher Education ranking in the 2019 ranking.
The University of Bristol also climbed from 119th to 65th place in the World University Rankings 2018/19. In the same rating, the university took 7th place among educational institutions in the UK, rising one position.
The university was given permission to create a plan for the new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus. After its opening in 2021/22, the campus will provide new areas for teaching, research and innovation for about 800 employees, partners and 3,000 university students. In addition, the campus will be equipped with housing in which up to 1,500 bachelors and masters can live.
By 2022, the ambitious Campus Heart project should also be completed, which will transform the center of Clifton’s main campus into a visible, well-organized and comfortable area. Here will be presented updated training opportunities, a new library worth £ 80 million and an improved sports hall.
The University of Bristol offers prestigious, research-based undergraduate and graduate programs at six faculties: the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Medical Sciences, the Faculty of Life Sciences, the Faculty of Sciences and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law.
Each faculty runs several schools that offer a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs at various departments. A number of prestigious research centers also work in the faculties of the university. Modern research in various disciplines is carried out on the basis of such research institutes of the university as the Cabot Institute, Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research, Brigstow Institute and Jean Golding Institute. The university’s strengths are also highly specialized studies conducted at specialized institutions such as the Bristol BioDesign Institute, the Bristol Heart Institute and the Bristol Poverty Institute.
University of Bristol receives applications from talented international students and accepts a wide range of qualifications for admission to undergraduate and graduate programs. Specific entry requirements depend on a particular curriculum.
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Students can enter the undergraduate program through the UCAS system and the general admission system. Applying for master’s programs is possible only in the online format.