A degree from the University of Bristol is an investment in your future. Employers hold qualifications from Bristol in high regard, so studying here can give you a real edge when it comes to kick-starting your career after graduation. But itís still important you find out as much as you can about the cost of studying and living at Bristol before you arrive.
Bristol is a great city thatís really geared towards student life. There are lots of activities to get involved in and plenty of opportunities for a cheap night out Ė but youíll still need to keep an eye on your cash. Learning how to budget and make the most of your money is an essential skill thatís not just crucial for your time at university but for life beyond. As an undergraduate student youíll have two big expenses to cope with: tuition fees and living expenses and the University can help you to manage both.
In addition to the help and advice offered by the Government, the University offers a range of services to help you with your finances. Our Student Funding Office provides information on bursaries and scholarships, advice on budgeting and guidance on managing your money if your finances get out of control. We can even help you find part-time or holiday work through our University Job Shop.
Weíre want to ensure that no one is put off applying to Bristol because of increased tuition fees, and we are committed to providing a package of support to help all students to thrive at the University regardless of their circumstances. As part of this commitment, since 2006 we have invested more than £20 million in supporting students from low-income backgrounds.Financial help for students
If you still have questions, please contact our Student Funding Office.