The range of languages available to study here is extensive, from Portuguese to Czech and everything in between. I decided to come to Bristol to study French and Russian mainly because of the incredible facilities available – including a media centre and cinema where you can watch foreign language films with your friends.
Having read the description of the course, it seemed to provide the perfect blend of the two areas I was interested in. In my first year, much of the course was focused on laying a foundation on which the other two years of my degree would be built on. It proved to be very interesting.
I wanted a law degree that will allow me to incorporate my undergraduate degree with my postgraduate one. Not only was I attracted to the university because of the prestigious reputation of its Law School, but also because of the conversion course it offers, which opens up a wide range of careers through its programme structure.
I regard this university to be one of the most prestigious in the UK, in terms of research, academic quality and the bonus is that it’s based in the city of Bristol. The city is very safe and beautiful and not as hectic as London. It is also highly accessible, and most of the stuff that I need are always within walking distance.
My master's course at Chichester is very intense with lots of touring around, but I learned so much from it. All the staff in the dance department are so great and helped me a lot. I am going to miss Chichester!
When I came for a visit, I instantly fell over heels with the atmosphere of the city. Bristol (at the time) wasn’t one of my top choices, but after the visit I went with my gut feeling and haven’t looked back since. I have met the most incredible people here, though my hall, course, and societies.
What I love about my course is the people I got the chance to meet and the fact that by learning these languages I discover new worlds, new cultures and new people, while having the opportunity to spend my third year abroad is what fascinates me the most.
I initially chose to study biology here because the course covered a broad range of topics – especially useful since I didn’t know what fields interested me the most. Our lecturers are all interesting and sometimes even lecture us on some of the cutting edge research they are undertaking in their field.