Undergraduate study at Bristol

The University of Bristol offers more than 200 different courses and has an outstanding reputation for teaching and research. A degree from Bristol is a sound investment for your future.

Find a course

Before you apply

Entry requirements

  1. Check our entry requirements. Find these on our course finder
  2. Not sure if your qualifications are accepted? Browse our country-specific information to find out
  3. Is your English at the required level for your course? Check our language requirements
  4. Need to improve your English before starting? Check our entry requirements for our International Foundation Programme 

Fees and scholarships

  1. What funding and scholarship opportunities are available? Read about funding options, apply for our international scholarships or search for funding
  2. How much are tuition fees for undergraduate degree courses? Find these on our tuition fees page
  3. How much are tuition fees for the International Foundation Programme? Find these on the Centre for Academic Language and Development webpage
  4. How much will it cost to live in Bristol? Discover more about about your likely living expenses

Tours and visits

The University organises a range of tours. Join us on a campus tour or attend one of our open days. You can also take a virtual tour.

You can meet and talk to our staff at exhibitions held in your country; find out when we are visiting you in our schedule of overseas visits.

Explore the city

The city of Bristol is a fantastic, safe place to live. It's a vibrant, friendly city that's geared up towards student life, and it has been awarded Purple Flag status which acknowledges that the city centre is a safe place to enjoy.

Bristol has been named one of 52 places to go in 2018 by the New York Times - just one of many accolades the city has won. Read about 17 times Bristol was named the best in the UK in this Bristol 24/7 article.

How to apply

Download our International Guide

Find out more about the international experience at Bristol by downloading our International Guide and other publications. 

After you have applied

  1. What happens next? Find out what happens after you have applied
  2. Need to improve your English before you start your course? Check out our pre-sessional English language courses
  3. What offer will I be made? Read about the type of offer you may receive and how to accept an offer

When you have accepted your offer


Visa, advice and support

Bristol's International Advice and Support team provide a really friendly service and are always willing to help out students. I'm really grateful I have this service available to me

Sooto (Second year, BSc Pharmacology)

Top 4 UK university targeted by employers

The Graduate Market in 2020 - High Fliers Research

Clubs and societies

Bristol has more than 350 student societies, sports clubs, groups and support networks.

Fact file

We currently have 2,400 international undergraduate students from over 100 countries studying at Bristol

Open days

Book now for our June 26 virtual open day. We'll be hosting another event in September. 

Key dates

Important information for your calendar, including teaching blocks and University closure dates.

Before you leave home

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