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Student Accommodation

  • A place in university accommodation is guaranteed for all new first-year undergraduates who apply by the deadline (subject to conditions).
  • The university's range of accommodation includes historic Georgian townhouses and large, modern residences, as well as some accommodation suitable for families and those with special requirements.
  • Residences are grouped into three Student Residential Villages, each with a 24/7 Student Support Centre. All are a short walk or bus journey from the main campus.

Accommodation Costs

Catered from £149 to £251 per week
Self-Catered from £90 to £196 per week

The costs above are for the academic year 2018/19

Student Life

  • The largest city in south-west England, Bristol has an inspiring culture, a friendly atmosphere and an independent spirit.
  • Bristol is a thriving hub of creativity, culture and entertainment, but it is also full of green spaces, grand architecture and beautiful parks.
  • The city is perfect for student life – small enough to remain friendly and walkable, but large enough to offer lots of interest and excitement.

Nightlife and Culture

  • Nightlife in Bristol encompasses everything from cosy pubs to stylish clubs. Many are close to the university, and there are regular student nights. The city has a thriving music scene, with venues ranging from intimate gig spaces to world-class concert halls.
  • Bristol is famous for its packed festival calendar, which sees the city celebrate music, food, and even street art and hot air balloons. The city's independent cinemas, historic theatres and comedy clubs offer entertainment year-round.
  • Bristol is home to City and Rovers football clubs, Bristol Rugby, and Gloucestershire County Cricket Club, and also hosts international sports fixtures.


  • The main campus is at the heart of the city, and it's easy to get around on foot. As the UK's first Cycling City, Bristol is also a bike-friendly destination.
  • Free for all students living in university accommodation, low-emission university buses connect the main Clifton campus, the city centre and Student Residential Villages until the early hours.
  • London is around 90 minutes away by train, with other UK cities easily reached by direct train or coach.
  • Bristol Airport offers flights to many popular UK and European destinations.