The University of the West of England (UWE) is one of the largest
and most popular universities in the United Kingdom. The
university offers more than 600 programs at both the bachelor's
and master's level.
Why study at the University of the West
UWE Bristol focuses on strategic collaboration with global
companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Airbus, Jaguar, PwC and Rolls
Royce. This means that the university can offer valuable work
practices to its students. The close ties to working life also
mean that research at the university has a direct impact on
UWE Bristol is one of the fastest growing research institutes
in the UK, where over a third of the research is considered to
be a world leader and it stands out internationally.
The Complete University Guide ranked UWE number 58 in the UK.
In the 2010 National Student Survey, UWE received good feedback
on teaching. Most programs are accredited by relevant
professional organizations that ensure that students graduate
with qualifications that make students attractive and ready for
University of the West of England requires at least general
study skills for admission to bachelor's degree. Diplomas /
documentation of general study competence can be forwarded, if
you complete this closer study start. In general, UWE requires
an above average grade point average for admission, but be aware
that admission requirements may vary from study to study. The
University of the West of England also considers motivation and
For undergraduate studies, a grade of 4 or better is required in
English from high school, or an English language test is taken:
TOEFL or IELTS. Applicants for Master's programs must normally
take an English language test.
Number of students: 27,000
Number of international students: 3500
Academic calendar: Start of study in September and January.
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What can I study at UWE Bristol?
UWE Bristol offers bachelor's and master's degrees, as well
as summer school (2 weeks, July / August)
På fakultetet for Health and Life Sciences finner du fem
avdelinger: Allied Health Professions, Applied Sciences, Health
and Applied Social Sciences, Nursing and Midwifery and
At the Faculty of Business and Law you will find a wide range
of subjects including: Accounting and Finance, Economics,
Enterprise, HRM, Leadership and Management, Marketing and Law.
På fakultetet for Environment and Technology finner du
fagområder som: Computer Science and Creative Technologies,
Construction and Property, Engineering Design and Mathematics,
Geography and Environmental Management and Planning and
At the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education has
a wide range of subjects, but some of the most popular degrees
can be found in English, Animation, Journalism and Filmmaking.
How much does it cost to study at UWE Bristol?
The tuition fee at UWE Bristol varies by field of study and
level of education. Here are prices for 2019:
- Study abroad fra 5720 GBP per semester (2019)
- Bachelor's degree from GBP 11,880 per year (2019)
- Master's degree from GBP 12,480 per year (2019)
Studying in Bristol
Bristol is the ultimate student city in the United Kingdom.
It has a unique blend of modern and traditional urban life,
which is lively, fun and multicultural. Bristol has been named
the continent's best small town by the "European Cities and
Regions of the Future report". Bristol is the largest city in
the south west of England and only 90 minutes by train from
Life in Bristol
Good transport links and an international airport make this
historic city an attractive destination for students. Bristol is
a beautiful city just off the coast. Outside the city you will
find the quiet and peaceful countryside. Not far away you will
also find cities such as Bath and Cardiff, and opportunities for
excursions to beautiful places in Wales and southern England.
Bristol has a mild climate, with fresh winters and hot
summers. In Bristol, something always happens; such as the world
famous Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, St. Paul's
Carnival, the Harborside Festival and much more.
Depending on your mood, you can walk across the Clifton
Suspension Bridge, visit the @Bristol Natural Science Museum,
stroll up the trendy Park Street with its unique shops and many
cafes, or go shopping in the modern and new Cabot Circus - which
has plenty of shops, restaurants and "the Showcase Cinema de
Lux". Whatever you prefer, Bristol has something to offer you!
We partner with the University of the West of England in
Bristol, offering degrees at the bachelor's and master's levels,
and summer school (2 weeks in July / August).
Want to know more about studying in Bristol?
Didn't find what you were looking for or have a question
about studying in Bristol? Book a meeting with us! Our study
guides have long experience of sending Norwegian students to
England and can answer anything you wonder. You are most welcome
in one of our stores, but we can also take the meeting over the