How we can support you

Academic support

Most taught students have a personal tutor to meet on a regular basis. Your tutor will support you with your studies and can direct you to a range of academic support. Postgraduate research students are supported by their supervisors. Find out more about what academic support services are available.

Facilities

The Bloomberg Room is our financial trading computer room, where you can learn how to use software used throughout the financial services industry globally. 

We also have a range of facilities to support your learning including study spaces,  and the Arts and Social Sciences Library.

Language and academic development

Our Centre for English Language and Foundation Studies run courses to help with your academic language and literacy. They include:

Living support

Settling in

Our staff are here to support you from the moment you accept an offer throughout your time at Bristol. Welcome Week is a great opportunity to make friends and settle into university life. Look at our information for new undergraduates and new postgraduates.

A safe environment

We provide a fair and safe environment for studying and socialising. We have our own police officer, and our security service operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Wellbeing and support services

Being at University can be exciting but there may be times when you struggle. It can be difficult being away from your home, family and friends. At Bristol, you are not on your own and there is always someone to talk to. We have a range of services to support your health and wellbeing while you are with us. Find out what support services are available.

Find out more about student life as an undergraduate and student life as a postgraduate.

Did you know?

Small-group classes are a distinctive feature of our approach to teaching and learning.

The Bloomberg Room

Our financial trading computer room offers students the opportunity to use Bloomberg Professional, software used throughout the financial services industry globally.

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