Bristol is a city which is generously populated with historical buildings and architecture. Bristol is built around the river Avon and has lots of breath taking scenic views. Widely acknowledged as one of the nicest places to live in the UK, Bristolians are equally reported to be in the top ten percent of the happiest people in the country and with so much to recommend for itself.
Think of a Bristol landmark and you’ll probably think of the Clifton Suspension Bridge, designed by a young Isambard Kingdom Brunel who died before seeing its completion. To celebrate its 150th anniversary this year, the Human Harp project even hopes to make the bridge ‘sing’ by playing its cables like a harp. Everything is not what it seems in Bristol. They have a theatre in a former brewery, the aptly named Brewery Theatre, as well as other theatres above pubs and one in a bar and nightclub. An exhibition space in what used to be an Edwardian toilet can be hired by artists for free.
The University of Bristol is ranked among the top five institutions in the UK for its research, according to the Research Excellence Framework. A highly selective institution, it has an average of 19 applicants for each undergraduate place. The University of Bristol has first class learning facilities with a vibrant Student life and beautiful campuses with over 200 undergraduate courses.
Bristol an excellent place to spend your student life with lots of entertainment for everyone. Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants are all student friendly and many offer student discounts.