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UWE Bristol is a thriving, modern university offering a wide range of highly respected courses and employment-enhancing opportunities. UWE Bristol is a well-established university based in one of the UK’s most vibrant cities, with over 32,000 students, 250,000 alumni and 4,000 staff from across the globe. International students make up 18% of the student population from 140 different countries worldwide, making this a diverse and interesting place to come and study. UWE Bristol has been ranked in the top 30 of UK universities for graduate employability according to the Graduate Outcomes Survey.
With more than 600 courses available at undergraduate, postgraduate, professional and short course level, UWE Bristol offers a broad range of subjects across the creative arts industries, health, science, business, law, engineering, environment and technology disciplines. The University is well known for the quality of its teaching and for the student experience as a whole.
Close links have been built with leading employers such as Airbus, Hewlett Packard, CERN, Rolls Royce, the NHS, Aardman Animation and the BBC to help develop the right content for our courses and to give students exposure to diverse professional opportunities.
UWE Bristol has 12 different departments spread across three campuses in and around Bristol. UWE Bristol has also heavily invested in the latest facilities and resources to give students access to everything they need to succeed – with £200m set to be spent on new state-of-the-art learning spaces and accommodation between now and 2020.
Undergraduate courses at UWE Bristol begin from £15,250 per year, apart from Architecture which is £15,750, whilst postgraduate programmes begin at £15,000, rising to £17,000 depending on course selection.
UWE Bristol offers an airport pickup service for new students in both January and September, and orientation events during the first weeks of term. Students can also take free English language courses provided by the Centre for English Language and Academic Skills courses throughout the year.
UWE Bristol has been ranked in the top 30 UK universities in the 2021 Times Higher Education ‘Table of Tables’.
UWE Bristol also performed strongly in the Guardian University Guide’s subject level rankings, with 10 subject areas among the top 10 nationally.
UWE Bristol’s results in the REF 2021 demonstrate particular strengths in Architecture and Built Environment & Planning, with 88 per cent of research rated world-leading and internationally excellent. Following closely behind were Allied Health Professions (87 per cent), Communication, Cultural and Media Studies (82 per cent), Engineering (81 per cent) and Law (75 per cent).
Over 3,000 students live in our campus-based accommodation, and many rooms are en-suite. UWE Bristol guarantees university-approved accommodation for all full-time students in their first year of study who submit an accommodation application by the June deadline. There are around 4,500 rooms available in total and all UWE Bristol-owned accommodation includes overnight security, wifi, contents insurance and launderette facilities.
UWE Bristol is based in the southwest’s largest city, Bristol, a thriving economic and creative city. Bristol was voted “Best Place to live in Britain 2017” and it is the ideal place to live and study, with its rich history, vibrant culture and nearby countryside and coast. It is also a top retail destination, with a great selection of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants.
Bristol is ideally located just 75 minutes by train to London and 15 minutes to Bath. The city has an international airport which provides routes to most major European destinations.
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