The University of Bristol offers a truly international experience, and we are proud to welcome students from more than 150 countries across the world. All our students benefit from living and studying in a diverse, global community.
Staff from Bristol attend a range of events worldwide each year. Find out which countries we will be visiting over the next few months.
Take a look at our student stories to read about the positive experiences of Bristol students from around the world.
Make your application
Once you've found your course, you can learn more about:
- how to apply for undergraduate degrees;
- entry requirements and qualifications;
- international fees and finances, including scholarships.
The University has agreements with a number of education representatives, or agents, around the world. Using a representative does not put you at any advantage or disadvantage when we make decisions about your application.
Should you need a visa to study at Bristol, our dedicated International Student Visa Advice and Compliance Team is here to support you in securing and ensuring you comply with your UK student visa – from the moment you accept an offer of a place right through to graduation.
Welcome to Bristol
We offer a meet and greet service for new international students, and the International Welcome Lounge will help you settle in when you arrive.
In September each year, the University organises a programme of welcome events, and we will invite you to attend a range of trips and tours in Bristol and further afield.
We will fully support you throughout your studies.
Language and academic development
If English is not your first language, you need to achieve a certain level of English to qualify for a place on your chosen course. Different courses need different levels of English language skills.
The Centre for Academic Language and Development (CALD) provides support for students for whom English is a foreign language, including courses to improve your English language and academic literacy.
The International Foundation Programme is ideal preparation for degree-level study at the University of Bristol.
For more information on becoming a student at Bristol visit the international students website.
Please see our Brexit page for answers to some of the questions you may have about studying at the University of Bristol in light of the EU referendum.