|Rank 62||Location Bristol, England||Established 1876||International Students 26%|
|Famous Courses Masters courses, Bachelors courses, Engineering courses, Computers courses, Science courses, Humanities courses, Business courses, BSc, BBA, MBA, MBBS, MS, BE/Btech, MIM||International Fees £20,100 - £38,000|
The University of Bristol Founded in 1876, is located in Bristol, England.
The University has a long history of academic distinction as well as an autonomous and forward-thinking attitude. Bristol has a global reputation for high-quality education and research, with the work of its faculty and students having a global impact. More than 25,000 students from more than 150 countries are now enrolled at the university.
The university is ranked 62nd in the world (QS World University Rankings 2022) and has high graduate employment rates, ranking 9th in the UK (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020). The graduation rate of 95% is among the best in the country, and 90% of undergraduate students receive a first or second-class degree (Times Good University Guide 2021).
The University of Bristol is one of the 24 members of the Russell Group, which focuses on research. It is located in the centre of Bristol. It is one of the original red brick universities, which were founded in England's major industrial cities.
In 2015, Bristol has the eighth-highest average undergraduate entry qualification of any UK university, with new students averaging 485 UCAS points, which is just above AAAaa in A-level grades. According to the 2014 Sunday Times League Tables, there is an average of 7.7 applications per place, making it the joint 11th most competitive institution in the UK. The university accepts 67.3 per cent of its applicants, which is the eighth lowest rate in the Russell Group.
The University of Bristol also has a world-class law school that is ranked 48th in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings for Law 2020), 14th in the United Kingdom (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022), and among the top ten UK law schools for graduate prospects (IFS Study 2018).
Students have a personal tutor or supervisor with whom they meet regularly, and the Study Skills programme can assist with academic progress. The University provides programmes such as online peer support, the Student Counseling Service, and the Multifaith Chaplaincy to aid student well-being. The Students' Health Service provides medical services on campus.
The government, research organisations, funding agencies, and industry all recognise the University of Bristol as a major centre for enterprise, innovation, and research. Bristol is a top-five UK university for research intensity (equal fifth in THE's REF 2014 report), with 83 per cent of its research rated "world-leading" or "internationally excellent" in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
The University of Bristol has about 5,000 undergraduate residential spaces and around 1,000 postgraduate residential places. All new first-year international students who apply by the deadline will be guaranteed university housing (subject to conditions). In student residences and halls, there is both catered and self-catered accommodation, some of which are set up as flats.
The following dates of the session of 2021-22 have been reported by the official academic calendar uploaded on The University of Bristol's website.
|ACADEMIC YEAR'S KEY DATES|
|Autumn Semester Dates 2021|
|Welcome and Orientation||20 - 24 September 2021|
|Teaching weeks||27 September - 17 December 2021|
|Winter vacation||20 December 2021 - 7 January 2022|
|January assessment period||10 - 21 January 2022|
|Autumn semester end date||22 January 2022|
|Spring Semester Dates 2022|
|Welcome and Orientation||19 January 2022|
|Teaching weeks||24 January - 6 May 2022|
|Spring vacation||4 - 22 April 2022|
|Summer revision week||9 - 13 May 2022|
|Summer assessment period||16 May - 3 June 2022|
|Spring semester end date||12 June 2022|