University of Macau
Transfer your studies to Bristol through the partnerships we have set up with your institution
If you are a student at the University Macau studying one of the degree programmes listed below then you are eligible to transfer to Bristol.
Click on the degree programme to find out more about about the partnership opportunity and what degree programmes you can study at Bristol.
We do not currently have any opportunities to transfer your studies from the University of Macau to an undergraduate level via our Global Transfer Programme. If you are interested in studying at an undergraduate level at the University of Bristol, please visit our standard Undergraduate study webpages.
University Wide Partnerships
You are eligible to study any Master's degree programme at the University of Bristol to then transfer you study to UM to complete a PhD programme.
Download your Transfer Plan
Your transfer plan includes important information about how to transfer your studies to the University of Bristol including:
- Transfer pathways
- Academic and English-language requirements
- Available units you can study
- Eligible Scholarships you can apply for
- How to apply
Find out more about transferrring your studies to Bristol via the Global Transfer Programme by joining one of our events. We run bespoke webinars for each partnership, so sign up to the one we are running for your University or dowload a copy of the recording if it has already taken place. We will also run additional events such as a Scholarships Webinar and a Student Q&A, so check out our events page to see when these are taking place.
Chat with us
Talk to our team about transferring your study to Bristol via the Global Transfer Programme. Book an online drop-in session to chat with us through Zoom or Microsoft Teams, send us a message or add us on WeChat.
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How to apply?
Apply to transfer your study to the University of Bristol using our online application form.
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