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University of Bristol
From humble beginnings as a university college in 1876 with just 99 students, Bristol has become a world-class university with over 26,000 students and a reputation for being pretty posh. There is an active programme to widen participation in place, however, and you can't blame people for wanting to come here: Bristol is a city with a great social scene. Though it's not a campus university, most of the main buildings are located within a few minutes' walk of each other in a lively part of the attractive city centre. Add to that excellent teaching and research, and you can see why they're clamouring to get in. University of Bristol
3,070 for full-time undergraduate -students in 2007-08.

Bursaries of up to 1,125 a year are available for students who qualify for the full government grant. Students who qualify for a partial grant will be eligible for up to 715. Additional bursaries are available for local students and there are scholarships for exceptional achievement.

Guaranteed for non-local first-years. -Various types available in halls of residence and student houses. Weekly rents range from 50 to 110.

Tel: 0117 928 9000

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