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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
Fees
3,070 for full-time undergraduate -students in 2007-08.

Bursaries
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.

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

Contact
Tel: 0117 928 9000
Email: ug-admissions@bristol.ac.uk
Web: bristol.ac.uk
Accommodation: accom-office@bris.ac.uk

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