The Faculty of Arts has world-renowned academic staff delivering exceptional teaching and research in a wide range of subjects across the Schools of Arts, Humanities and Modern Languages. Our interdisciplinary environment and excellent facilities provide graduates with a solid foundation for professional life beyond university.
The Theatre Collection is one of the world’s largest archives of British theatre history. An accredited museum and significant research resource, its remarkable holdings include the world-famous Mander and Mitchenson Collection and the complete audio-visual record of the National Review of Live Art.
The Multimedia Centre in the School of Modern Languages provides students with a superb teaching and learning environment, fully equipped with the latest resources and facilities, including a media suite, cinema-style screen room and extensive DVD library of foreign language films.
The Graduate School is a dedicated centre for postgraduates, with exclusive access to research resources, study facilities and a rich body of supervisory expertise. Be part of the thriving postgraduate community based in this graduate college at the heart of the University.
Internationally renowned for our collaborative research activity.
Comprehensive information for all postgraduate arts students
English language courses for international students
Alumni can also request a copy of their academic transcript.
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Updated 5 December 2013 by the Faculty of Arts
University of Bristol, Faculty of Arts, 71 Cotham Hill, Bristol BS6 6HQ, UK. Tel: +44 (0)117 954 5982