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      1. Facts and figures

        Senior Officers of the University
        PositionName
        Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Hugh Brady
        Deputy Vice-Chancellors Professor Judith SquiresProfessor Guy Orpen
        Pro Vice-Chancellors Professor Nishan CanagarajahProfessor John IredaleProfessor Erik Lithander, Professor Sally Heslop 
        Acting Registrar Ms Lynn Robinson
        Chief Operating Officer Mr Robert Kerse
        Ratio of applications to places 2016/17
        FacultyNumber of applicants
        Arts 7.3
        Biomedical Sciences 7.9
        Engineering 8
        Health Sciences 14.4
        Science 6.9
        Social Sciences and Law 8
        Average UCAS tariff scores 2016/17
        FacultyUCAS score
        Arts 431
        Biomedical Sciences 429
        Engineering 493
        Health Sciences 455
        Science 448
        Social Sciences and Law 442
        Undergraduate students 2016/17
        FacultyNumber
        Arts 4,163
        Biomedical Sciences 1,069
        Engineering 2,547
        Health Sciences 2,410
        Science 4,070
        Social Sciences and Law 3,746
        Total 18,005

        Notes: The following students are included in the above figures: Students with an enrolled registration status including successful, temporarily suspended studies, registered, withdrawn, repeating a year or pending board. The following students are not included in the above figures: Status of no show, provisional, provisional returner, in-year transfer; dormant or writing up; Faculty 0 (Non Faculty); students on non standard programmes including visiting students, incoming study abroad, non degree, occasional students, students studying at Theological college, pre-sessional, or life long learning. 

        Figures supplied by Student Systems and Information

        Known destinations of graduates 2016/17
        DestinationPercentage
        Full-time paid work 56.2%
        Full-time further study 21.4%
        Working part-time 7.6%
        Travelling 6.4%
        Unemployed 5.6%
        Due to start a job in next month  1.6%
        Part-time further study 0.7%
        Doing something else 0.6%
        Total 100%

        The information above was collected as part of the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey. All UK first degree graduates were surveyed approximately six months after they completed their course.

        Figures supplied by the Careers Service

        Postgraduate students 2016/17
        FacultyTaughtResearch
        Arts 352 251
        Biomedical Sciences 55 172
        Engineering 339 471
        Health Sciences 613 257
        Science 163 617
        Social Sciences and Law 2418 335
        Totals 3940 2103

        Notes: The following students are included in the above figures: Students with an enrolled registration status including successful, temporarily suspended studies, registered, withdrawn, repeating a year or pending board. The following students are not included in the above figures: Status of no show, provisional, provisional returner, in-year transfer; dormant or writing up; Faculty 0 (Non Faculty); students on non standard programmes including visiting students, incoming study abroad, non degree, occasional students, students studying at Theological college, pre-sessional, or life long learning. 

        Figures supplied by Student Systems and Information

        Postgraduate degrees 2016/17*
        FacultyTaughtResearch
        Arts 204 89
        Biomedical Sciences 25 41
        Engineering 211 115
        Health Sciences 254 62
        Science 115 182
        Social Sciences and Law 1515 124
        Totals 2324 613

        *Number of degrees awarded in 2016/17.

        Figures supplied by Student Systems and Information

        Staff statistics
        CategoryCore-funded: full-timeCore-funded: part-timeExternal/split-funded: full-timeExternal/split-funded: part-time
        Professional/Administrative Services 1,365 679 227 218
        Clinical Academic 21 54 86 42
        Operational Services 337 398 0 0
        Research and Teaching 1228 369 1122 320
        Technical Services 240 73 112 52
        Totals 3,191 1,573 1,547 632
        Grand total 6,943      

        Figures as at January 2018. Numbers are "appointments" rather than "people". All 100% core-funded staff are described as "core-funded", all other staff are described as "External/split-funded" (including where funding is "internal").

        Figures supplied by Human Resources

        Key financial figures 2016/17
         Amount
        Total income £608.0m
        Capital investment including software £107.3m
        Surplus before other gains and losses £47.2m

        For more details refer to the Financial Statements

        Figures supplied by the Finance Services

        History

        The University 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. See more about the University's history on the timeline.

        Organisation

        The University organises its academic affairs in some 25 academic schools which are arranged into six faculties. More information about the governance of the University is available.

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