Why choose Bristol?

City life in Bristol voted the best in Britain by 20,000 students across the country

£56.5 million Life Sciences building opened in September 2014

Over 450 parks and open spaces

500+ employer visits to campus each year

86% of students awarded a First or 2:1 (who completed their first degree in 2013/14)

Apply to Bristol! The courses are rigorous, but there are so many opportunities to get involved in research or student representation, and such a huge number of societies, that you won't be in danger of all work and no play.

Anna, third year (MB ChB Medicine)

200+ international work placements undertaken in 2013/14

83% of research rated as "world leading" and "internationally excellent" (2014 REF)

'Beating heart' surgery technique was pioneered at Bristol and is now used in 15-20% of operations worldwide

A distinguished heritage - In 1929 Sir Winston Churchill was appointed the University's third Chancellor

I would tell any prospective students to embrace the opportunity to study at Bristol. The University has been very supportive; the department extended a warm welcome to us before the course started, which helped us settle in and feel valued.

Carol (Second year, BA English Literature and Community Engagement)

12 Nobel Prizes awarded to Bristol graduates and members of staff

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