City, University of London
London, England, United Kingdom
|Living cost||RM 5,389 per month|
|Student population||Large (More than 10,000)|
UWE Bristol boasts three campuses across the city, each offering excellent facilities including cafes, learning zones, libraries and shops.
Our largest campus boasts the newly built Faculty of Business and Law and Students’ Union buildings as well as the Centre for Sport. It has accommodation for around 3,150 students and is based on the outskirts of Bristol, with regular bus services to the city centre.
Here you can study the creative and cultural subjects:
Home to Allied Health courses, Glenside is an impressive former hospital complex with excellent teaching and simulation facilities and one of the best healthcare libraries in England.
Bristol is a medium-sized UK city, and it is easy to travel around by foot or public transport.
Frenchay and Glenside Campuses are located just outside of the city centre, with regular bus services from all over the city.
With on-campus accommodation at both campuses, there is a thriving student atmosphere. There are cafes and shops on campus, and the city centre is just a single bus ride away.
City Campus is located in the heart of the city centre. It is surrounded by shops, cafes, restaurants, museums, galleries, markets and often festivals. There is plenty of student accommodation throughout the city centre.
As a new student at UWE Bristol, you'll be guaranteed a room in our accommodation, provided that you apply in time, meet the accommodation deadline and that it's your first time registering with us.
By September 2017, we will be able to accommodate over 3,000 students on Frenchay Campus in our Student Village, Wallscourt Park and Carroll Court apartments and houses.
We offer accommodation to suit everyone; from double rooms for married couples or friends to share, to single en-suite rooms.
The Hollies is ideal for those studying Allied Health courses on Glenside Campus.
In the city centre, our accommodation partners offer many purpose-built properties where students can live closer to our City Campus sites.
And if you want to live in private accommodation, we will give you advice on how and where to rent aplace to suit your needs.