Data Sources: InCitesTM, Thomson Reuters (2012). Data Source: Web of Science ® This data is reproduced under a license from Thomson Reuters. You may not copy or redistribute this data in whole or in part without the written consent of the Science business of Thomson Reuters. University of Bristol Online Contracts and Applications system (ORCA)
Data collected for the period 2004-2012
Publication: joint publications between University of Bristol staff and staff from a non-UK institute. These have been sourced from the ISI Web of Knowledge, which focuses on scientific publications, so the full range of collaborative publications in the arts and humanities, and social sciences, may not have been captured.
Project: a research project where the University of Bristol is working with a partner in a non-UK university.
Only formal links recorded on one of the University's systems have been gathered. In common with other universities, Bristol has many other informal links with non-UK universities and research institutes
Figures relate to the number of relationships rather than the number of actual collaborations. For example, one publication may be counted several times if it has links to several countries.
Several types of link may represent overlapping parts of one process or relationship. For example, collaborative work could be followed by a joint project and then a joint publication.
Source: International Office Registered Student Data
Data snapshot was taken 18 January 2012 and covers students registered during the 11/12 academic year
Student information based on country of domicile and level, and includes both home and overseas fee payers
Excludes no show, provisional, provisional returner, in-year transfer, dormant and writing-up statuses
Also excludes pre-sessional, occasional, pathway, non-Bristol, Hong Kong-based, Theological College-based, non-degree, Study Abroad and Visiting courses
Source: Personnel Information Management System (PIMS)