University of Bristol
Once a major port city, but now a centre for electronic and aeronautical engineering and manufacturing, Bristol is the largest city in southwest England. The university was founded in 1876 and is ranked by QS (2013) as among the top 30 in the world. It has 18,000 students (including 5,000 postgraduates) and has produced 11 Nobel laureates. Its international standing is very high and alumni of the university are well-sought after by employers.
International student fees / per annum:
Undergraduate: From £14,200 – £17,200
Postgraduate: From £13,000 – £21,700