Bristol offers the perfect solution for those students who plan to study abroad or just want
to become a student of a British University for a while.
In 2014, the Sunday Times voted it the best place for a summer vacation.
A year earlier, in 2013, Bristol was voted the best student place to stay in the UK.
In addition, according to the Guardian, Bristol was voted on several positions in the
competition among the 12 largest cities in the UK: the size of incomes, low unemployment
and the index of satisfaction with life.
Currently, Bristol University is ranked 30 in the list of the best universities of the world.
In addition, it is a very “British” city – it means that here you will hear beautiful English speech
during study and outside the university.
The city welcomes more than 50,000 British students and offers ideal conditions for study
according to students.
Perhaps, the best conditions of all universities in the UK.
Oh yes, and it is not hard to find affordable student accommodation Bristol.
Namely for these reasons Bristol has been voted top City for students.
Bristol is often called a “cultural centre” as there is always something to do in a city of
It is the leading regional business centre, a centre of culture and education, and many
students appreciate the highest standard of living in Bristol.
Today it is better known as a lively and cosmopolitan cultural centre.
The well-established system of transportation linking Bristol, London, Wales and such
tourist attractions as Bath and Cornwall makes it a great city for students who want to
explore the UK’s most popular attractions.
Thanks to cheap flights from Bristol International Airport to more than 35 cities in Europe,
you can easily get here, or, if you wish, visit other European cities.
Well, as you know, many students love to travel.
Moreover, Bristol is a wealthy city with a low rate of unemployment and it will be not
difficult for a student to find a part time job here.
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