Greece

We welcome applications from Greek students. Around 1 in 4 students at the University are international, and we would love for you to join our community.

The following information is for guidance only. Competition for places at the University of Bristol is very strong, and the achievement of the qualifications listed does not guarantee that an offer will be made. We aim to respond to your application as quickly as possible to help you plan your studies.

If your qualification is not listed or you have any further questions, please contact us for advice.

International Foundation Programme applicants

The International Foundation Programme (IFP) is for international students whose first language is not English. Run by our Centre for Academic Language and Development, the one-year programme will prepare you for the undergraduate degree of your choice through tailored English language and academic units.

Please visit our International Foundation Programme web pages for information about entry requirements and English language requirements for your country.

Undergraduate applicants

You can apply for undergraduate courses through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The UCAS institution code for the University of Bristol is BRISL B78.

Entry requirements vary for each course. Please check our undergraduate course listings for details of specific requirements.

Applicants will need to meet the English language requirements for their chosen course. Different courses need different levels of language skills, referred to as ‘profiles’. The required profile will be shown on the course page. Find out more about our English language profiles.

  • Applicants with the Apolytirion of Geniko Lykeio programme (grades 19 and above, depending on particular subject entry requirements) will be considered for admission to our Bachelor degree programmes.
  • Students must be following a pathway that is appropriate for their chosen degree programme. No individual subject result lower than 17.0 will be accepted.
  • Please note native language A Levels will be considered on an equal basis with other subjects. 
  • The University of Bristol is aware that there may be some regulatory changes to the Greek education system. In the case that there are any changes to Panhellenic examinations or other education system changes which may impact on our applicants, the University will react appropriately and inform affected offer-holders. 
  • Currently students can satisfy any subject specific requirements with either Panhellenic examinations or Pathway subjects, and while Panhellenic examinations remain detached from the Apolytirio in their current structure, we do not plan to change this.

Postgraduate applicants

You should apply online for all our postgraduate programmes.

Entry requirements vary for each programme. Please check our postgraduate programme listings for details of specific requirements.

Applicants will need to meet the English language requirements for their chosen course. Different courses need different levels of language skills, referred to as ‘profiles’. The required profile will be shown on the course page. Find out more about our English language profiles.

To be considered for admission to a master's degree programme at the University of Bristol, the minimum requirement for entry is an undergraduate (bachelor’s) degree that is equivalent to a UK upper second-class degree (also known as a 2:1). 

Applicants who hold the Ptychion (Bachelor degree) awarded by an AEI will be considered for admission to a Masters degree.

Applicants who hold a Greek Masters will be considered for admission to a PhD.

Funding your studies

Search our full list of funding to find scholarships offered by the University of Bristol and external organisations.

Find more information about funding your studies from the Student Funding Office.

British Council

The British Council can give guidance and information about higher education in the UK. Find out from their website if there is an office near you and what services are available.

Student societies

Our student clubs include the Hellenic Society, and over 400 more for different interests and hobbies.

Get in touch

If you have any questions about applying to Bristol, please contact our International Recruitment team:

Emailinternational-office@bristol.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0)117 39 40229

Just like the city, the University is a beautiful mixture of cultures and ideas from all over the world.

Chara (PhD Neuroscience), Greece

Visits to your country

You can talk to our staff at education events in your country. Find out when we are visiting you.

Visa advice

Our Student Visa Services Team provides extensive guidance on applying for your study visa.

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