Bristol

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Location

Bristol’s metropolitan area has a population of just over 1 million people, making it the 2nd largest urban zone in the South of England. Although a famous maritime city, Bristol’s economy has made a successful switch in focus to become home to thriving creative media, electronics and aerospace industries.

Outstanding Universities

The University of Bristol is a member of the Russell Group and is ranked overall as the 15th best University in the UK, whilst being ranked 5th for Computer Science. Subsequently, entry requirements are demanding and students are expected to have straight ‘A’ grades at A-Level as a result.

The city is also home to the University of the West of England as well as being located close to the neighbouring University of Bath.

Job Opportunities

Bristol presents ample career choices to graduates from Technology degrees. The city is home to a thriving media and technology hub, a growing micro-electronics industry, a long-established aeronautical technology industry and a financial-service sector employing around 60,000.

Such is Bristol’s formidable reputation as a technology city, it has been the location for Hewlett-Packard’s national research laboratory since 1983.

The University of Bristol’s recent innovations in Quantum Technology and Wireless Communications exhibit the city’s pioneering approach as a hub for innovative technology development going forward.

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