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University of Bristol


Bristol with its rich cultural heritage, vibrant music scene, green spaces and good transport links won the Sunday Times Award for the best city to live in Britain in 2014. It is situated in the southwest of England straddling the River Avon and on the Severn estuary, within easy reach of South Wales across Brunel’s magnificent suspension bridge and with the Cotswolds to the north and the Mendip Hills to the south. The redbrick, multidisciplinary university was granted its Royal Charter in 1909 and occupies prominent buildings across the city from the 18th century Royal Fort Gardens to modern purpose built facilities, including a motion pod for testing computer games and the indoor sports’ centre with its state-of-the-art cardiovascular training and free weights area.


21555 Students

74% Undergraduates

23% International


Accommodation: University, off campus

Accommodation: Private rented

Accommodation: University, on campus

Campus: City Centre Campus

Campus: Rural Campus

Campus: Multiple Campuses

Car Parking: No Car Parking


University, off campus

University, on campus

Transport Links

Nearest Airport: Bristol Airport ( 7.0 miles )

Nearest Train Station: Temple Meads Bristol ( 1.2 miles )


University of Bristol

Senate House

Tyndall Avenue


South West England


Channel Islands:
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Graduate opportunities

External links

University website
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