There are students from 130 different nationalities who are currently with us, or who have studied at Bristol. We are delighted to share the experiences and thoughts of some of these students with you.
Each year, the International Office rewards the highest achieving international students with scholarships that contribute towards the cost of their tuition fees. Details of the International Office Scholarship winners 2012-13 and the scholarship award ceremony is available.
At the end of my first year I can say that it has certainly lived up to my expectations. It is an awesome place for higher education.
I would highly recommend Bristol not only to fellow Dominicans but also to Caribbean applicants as a whole as life in Bristol is easily adaptable to the West Indian experience.
I have really developed new skills in thinking critically and offering my own opinion even if it differs from others. This is such a liberating feeling.
The system of education in Russia is very different from British system, there are a lot more opportunities to develop your skills and get more qualitative education here..
The University of Bristol’s Department of Drama is known as one of the most prestigious and best places to study drama theory and practice, which is why I applied for the PhD programme.
My experience here at Bristol so far has been amazing. I love the people that I have met, and the opportunities for things to do within the university and on my own time.