Student experience and study in 2020/21
The Coronavirus pandemic has affected many aspects of university life and study. Find out the latest coronavirus advice and guidance on these pages.
- Stay in your living circle (if you are in halls) or household and,
- Follow social distancing when outside your group.
If you do, you can:
- Enjoy face-to-face teaching
- Get to know Bristol better and avoid a local lockdown
- Keep our community safe
- Make the most of your student experience
Your health and safety
How to keep safe and what to do if you are ill and need to self-isolate or need other wellbeing support.
Your course in 2020/21
You will learn through a blend of in-person and online teaching throughout the academic year. Find out more about how you will learn and what your course will look like.
Advice for postgraduate research students
Find guidance on academic support and progression, undertaking your research, supervisions and vivas.
Find out what enhanced safety measures we have put in place to ensure you are kept safe during your time with us.
Living in University residences
To keep you safe while ensuring you get the most out of student life, we have made changes to how our residences operate. Find out more about life in residences.
Find out what academic support is available to help you get the most out of your blend of in-person and online teaching.
Student support services
Our student support services are here to support you but have adapted how they operate. Find out what services are available and how to access them.
International travel restrictions and quarantine
Find out about travel restrictions and quarantine (self-isolation) advice for international students coming to Bristol and students travelling abroad on study or work placements.
Living in the community
We all have responsibilities and a role to play to keep ourselves, and our university and local community safe during the pandemic.
Welcome to Bristol. Find out what support is available to help you settle into student life.