Known as the capital of the South West, Bristol is a renowned centre of culture, business and education in the region.
A smaller, friendlier city than London, just 90 minutes from London by train.
Close to the countryside and the coast
Enjoy studying in a beautiful, safe and lively city.
Britain’s first cycling city
With two universities and several colleges, Bristol has a large student population
Diverse and multicultural, the city is well-known for its street art and music scenes
Just some of the reasons why Bristol is such a great destination
- Music and culture
There really is something for everyone.
Bristol has appeared alongside Buenos Aires, Cape Town and Washington DC as one of the top 10 cities to visit in the world. (DK's Eye Witness Travel Top 10 Cities).
Bristol is a large commercial centre and a very popular destination for relocating companies. The city has always offered attractive business opportunities within locally based companies such as Aardman Animations, BBC, BAE Systems, Rolls Royce, Lloyds TSB and Orange.
Why City of Bristol College?
City of Bristol College ranks in the top 10% of Colleges in the UK
Choose to study where success and reputation come first. As one of the country’s largest colleges, we are one of the most successful and top performing.
City of Bristol College is a state-funded college with a highly trusted sponsor statement
We have lots of courses for international students.
Enjoy studying in a beautiful, safe and lively city
At City of Bristol College we offer all our students world-class support. Our friendly team will assist you with a wide range of services. Whatever help you need, just ask.
City of Bristol College is partnered with leading UK universities
We have a diverse student population and welcome students from abroad
A message from our Principal and Chief Executive, Keith Elliott, CBE:
We welcome international students. We understand that studying overseas can bring very specific challenges, so we are here to support you and help you enjoy your time here at the College."
"I like working with different people from different countries. And I've managed to learn English just from being here. I have to look after myself but it means I'm learning to cook." Dinesh Sharma, 18 from India, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (JAR 66 Cat B Licence)
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