University of Bristol

The University of Bristol is present in Bristol, United Kingdom. This public research university received its Royal Charter in the year 1909, even though its antecedent institution, University College, Bristol had existed since 1876.

This university is a member of the Russell Group of research-oriented universities. This university enjoys a worldwide repute, named inside the international top 30 by the QS World University Ranking. Education in UK is highly reputed and so is this university since it offers great education.

This university still remains a famous university in the UK, with 14 applicants competing for every place. The applicant to place for the most popular courses, like Law and Economics is 40:1. This university had a turnover of £408.8m in the academic year 2010/11 and for the financial year 2009/10, the income was audited at £101.4m. This university is the largest self-governing employer in Bristol.

This university is linked with 11 Nobel Laureates and present academics include 18 Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences, 10 Fellows of the British Academy, 31 Fellows of the Royal Society, and 13 Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering. This university is also a member of the European-wide Coimbra Group and the Worldwide Universities Network.