President and Vice-Chancellor celebrates internationalisation and links with Asia 5 May 2016 President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Hugh Brady, has returned from his first international visit, gathering feedback and advice from hundreds of alumni and friends in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore on his vision for the future of the University.
  • Alumni in Queen's New Year's honours 2017 19 January 2017 Following the announcement of the Queen’s New Year's Honours list, we're delighted to congratulate Bristol alumni who have been recognised for their outstanding achievements and service.
  • Top 7 reasons to come back to Bristol in 2017 4 January 2017 Throughout the year, Bristol's alumni and friends flock from all corners of the globe to reconnect with their city. Steeped in history with a thriving culture of arts, engineering and innovation, it's not hard to see why students choose Bristol - or why they keep coming back after graduation. Here are our top picks for 2017:
  • 'Tis the season 14 December 2016 A festive song performed by the award-winning student a capella group, The Bristol Suspensions, with season’s greetings from all of us at the University of Bristol.
  • Bristol’s top six discoveries in 2016 1 December 2016 Some of the most important historical discoveries of the last century happened at Bristol, and this year has been no exception. From 3D printing human tissue to robots that feed on waste, Bristol continues to open doors to discoveries that will shape our future for the better.
  • What makes the University of Bristol unique? 24 November 2016 This month, we launched a bold, new strategy for the University. Thanks to support from our alumni and friends, our plans for the future have students, staff and alumni at their heart. Here’s what you had to say about what you think makes Bristol unique…
  • Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan by Diana Miserez (BA Econ 1960) 21 November 2016 In this biography, Diana Miserez traces the life of Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees from 1966 to 1977, a humanitarian, visionary and environmentalist.
  • The Business of Excellence by Justin Hughes (BSc 1988) 21 November 2016 Drawing on his experiences as a military fighter pilot and a member of the RAF Red Arrows, as well as a management consultant for some of the world's most successful brands, Justin Hughes explores the challenges of high performance and leadership, providing his insight into how great teams are built.
  • Invincible Summer by Alice Adams (BA 1997) 21 November 2016 Inseparable throughout their time at the University of Bristol, Eva, Benedict, Sylvie and Lucien graduate in 1997, into an exhilarating world on the brink of the new millennium. But with each passing year, life brings the friends disaster, triumph, hope and heartbreak - will they remain as close as always as they face the highs and lows of adulthood?
  • Balancing act (Nonesuch autumn 2016) 9 November 2016 With a changing climate and growing pressure on resources, global food security is a complex balancing act. Nonesuch finds out how the University is addressing this key challenge.
  • Finding my feet (Nonesuch autumn 2016) 7 November 2016 Author and screenwriter David Nicholls (BA 1988, Hon DLitt 2016) returned to the University earlier this year to receive an honorary Doctorate. Speaking to Catherine Prior (BA 2016) after the ceremony, Nicholls reflected on his student years.
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