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布里斯托大学
University of Bristol
United Kingdom, United Kingdom4.1
公立
Ranking
专业排名
区域研究学
全球18
公共事务学
全球23
公共管理学
全球23
社会工作学
全球23
水利工程
全球23
区域研究学
全球18
公共事务学
全球23
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Description
The University of Bristol was founded in 1876 as University College, Bristol. It was the first higher education institution in England to admit women on an equal basis to men.?The university is located in the heart of Bristol, which is one of the UK's five Centres of Cultural Excellence; it was the UK's first Cycling City (in 2008), and is a Fairtrade City (since 2005).?Bristol was the first UK city to be named both European Green Capital (2015) and a UNESCO Learning City (2016).
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Campus Facilities
校园位置
urban
地理位置
The University is set in the heart of the city of Bristol. Bristol has excellent road links. The M4 and M5 put both London and Birmingham within a two-hour drive. Bristol was recently voted one of the UK's five Centres of Cultural Excellence. Bristol is designated one of six Science Cities in the UK. Bristol became the UK's first Cycling City in 2008. Bristol has been a Fairtrade city since 2005. The University’s bus service connects Stoke Bishop halls of residence to the University campus.
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宿舍条件
There is a wide range of catered and self-catered accommodation to suit all tastes, from picturesque 18th-century houses to modern well-appointed flats. Most residences are in Stoke Bishop, Clifton or the city centre, which are all within walking distance or a short bus journey from the main campus.
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体育培养
You can take part in sport and exercise at a number of different levels. It's up to you! Some level of participation is good for your general well-being and, knowing this, universities are working hard to offer the best facilities and opportunities they can to meet your needs. See a summary of exercise and sport provision below, or search the Sports Table to discover which sports and activities are offered at each university. Performance sport (varsity level, which is competition between universities through BUCS �C British Universities & Colleges Sport). Intramural sport (competition level within your university). Social and recreational sport (informal participation). Health and well-being or lifestyle (e.g. gym, fitness, yoga and pilates classes, swimming pool). Summary Student sports club members: 8,000 Number of sports offered through student-run sports clubs: 80 Teams in non-BUCS leagues: 25 Performance Sport BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) is the national governing body for sport in higher education in the UK. BUCS ranking (2015�C16): 11th Teams in BUCS leagues: 96 Teams in BUCS premier leagues: 15 Intramural Sport Intramural sport is sport played between students at a university or college. Teams are generally made up from halls, societies, or groups of friends. On offer there could be 5-a-side, soccer 6s, 11-a-side football, rugby 7s, badminton and squash leagues. Indoor intramural sports: 3 Indoor intramural sports teams: 18 Outdoor intramural sports: 3 Outdoor intramural sports teams: 98 Social and Recreational Sport This is more casual, requiring no regular commitment. Hours per week of timetabled informal participation sports programmes: 35 Sports and physical activity programmes per week: 21 Beginner/improver sports classes: 18 Beginner/improver sports class student capacity: 427 Hours of timetabled drop-in sessions for informal sports coaching: 18 Health and Wellbeing This is not to do with chasing the prize and winning the race, but physical exercise as an end in its own right �C for personal benefit and well-being. Go at your own pace. Health and wellbeing programme Yes Health and wellbeing referrals Yes Health and wellbeing assessments Yes Fitness classes (bookable, instructor-led): 91 Fitness class student capacity: 2,297 Sports Bursaries and Scholarships Sports scholarships (or equivalent) programmes Yes Number of students supported (2015�C16): 30 The figures above are responses to a survey based on the 2015�C16 academic year. The numbers of classes are per week in term-time.
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0/ 27627