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      1. The words 'Find your Bristol' is emblazed upon a brightly coloured graphic compromising of differently coloured squares with either stars, diamonds, circles or arrows in.

        Welcome to Bristol

        Find out what you need to do next and what is happening during your first few weeks at Bristol. #FindYourBristol

        Undergraduates

        Key information for new undergraduates, including registration, accommodation, and things you must do in your first week. 

        Postgraduates

        Key information for new postgraduates, including registration, accommodation, and things you must do in your first week. 

        International students

        Find information specifically for international students. 

        International Foundation Programme

        Key information for students on the International Foundation Programme.

        Did you know

        Our city is packed with free days out. Get exploring!

        Events

        Find out what undergraduate events and postgraduates events are on during Welcome Week and beyond.

        Student life

        Read our blog to help you prepare for student life in Bristol.

        The Students' Union

        The Students' Union is a hub of events, support, volunteering opportunities, clubs and societies and so much more. Find out what is going on during Welcome Week.

        Wellbeing

        At Bristol you are not on your own, there is always someone to support you. Find help easily in residences, your school and across the campus.

        Sport

        Sport is a fantastic way to keep fit, boost your mood and make friends. Find out how you can get involved.

        Share in your city

        Find out why Bristol was voted the “best place to live in Britain”. Your adopted city is full of art, activity and new experiences - get exploring!

        Social media

        Find us on social media and share your #FindYourBristol story

        First year is an intense whirlwind but at the end of the year you look back and realise how many amazing new friends you've made, how many bizarre new activities and societies you've got involved in, how many weird student meals you've eaten and how little you thought about home! It definitely lives up to the expectation of university being the best few years of your life.

        Bea (Neuroscience, 3rd year)
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