University of Bristol

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University of Bristol

  • Bristol
  • UK

Bristol is one of the most popular and successful universities in the UK and was ranked within the top 50 universities in the world by the QS World University Rankings. It had a rich history, with roots going back to 1876. Today the university has over 20,000 students and has a reputation for having the highest paid, most employable graduates. The university attributes this success to their ability to produce well-rounded, independent students equipped to succeed in a dynamic world. The university attracts students from all over the world and has a rich, vibrant international community. The city of Bristol is heavily connected to hundreds of employers, both local and global, and has a reputation for creativity and sustainability. Students voted Bristol as having the best student life in Britain, due to its nightlife, rich culture, vibrant music scene, countless festivals, free activities, beautiful green spaces, and independent shops and cafes.

University of Bristol: is accredited from the following countries (based on major)

  • Qatar Qatar
  • Bahrain Bahrain
  • Oman Oman
  • Kuwait Kuwait
  • Jordan Jordan
  • Syria Syria
  • Palestine Palestine
  • Lebanon Lebanon
  • Iraq Iraq
  • Egypt Egypt
  • Sudan Sudan
  • Libya Libya
  • Algeria Algeria
  • Morocco Morocco
  • Yemen Yemen
  • About location of University of Bristol

  • LOCATIONCity: Bristol          Population: 400

Bristol is an English city and county located in southwest England, with a temperature range of 10 to 12 degrees Celsius. It is one of Britain's busiest cities and is one of the most important centers of culture, industry, finance, and education in England. Additionally, the city is a hub for the arts, literature, and music. Student there have a range of golden opportunities to take advantage of in the city pertaining to employment, lifestyle, and hobbies. Some of the famous landmarks of the city are the Bristol Canal, Clifton Bridge Suspension, and the University of Bristol. The city is home to large train stations, a wide bus network and the Bristol International Airport.