As a result of its large student population, there are several things Bristol has to offer young people, from exciting nightlife to historic sights. It has a fantastic social culture with traditional pubs, modern bars and quirky café’s spread throughout the city’s streets.
Its beautiful city landscape includes a bustling harbour, stylish shopping at Cabot Circus, the stunning Avon Gorge and iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Bristol’s cultural scene is also world renowned. You can enjoy everything from the extremely diverse street art to the time-machine that is the Brunel’s SS Great Britain, the world’s first great ocean liner.
Therefore, it’s not a surprise that around 20,000 students study at The University of Bristol while as many as 30,000 take courses at The University of West England.
There’s also a strong international student population in Bristol, with 23,910 in the south-west of England. Indeed, there are more than 4,000 at The University of Bristol and approximately 3,000 at The University of West England. So, if you’re an international student, you’ll feel at home in this cosmopolitan atmosphere, as both unis have students from more than 120 countries worldwide.