University of Bristol

The University of Bristol is a red brick Russell Group research university in Bristol, England. It received its royal charter in 1909, although it can trace its roots to... Wikipedia

  • Motto:  Latin: Vim promovet insitam
  • Motto (English):  [Learning] promotes one's innate power (from Horace, Ode 4.4)
  • Type:  Public red brick research university
  • Established:  1595 – Merchant Venturers School, 1876 – University College, Bristol, 1909 – received royal charter
  • Endowment:  £91.3 million (2021)
  • Budget:  £752.0 million (2020–21)
  • Chancellor:  Paul Nurse
  • Vice-Chancellor:  Hugh Brady
  • Visitor:  Rt Hon. Penny Mordaunt MP, (as Lord President of the Council ex officio)
  • Academic staff:  3,385 (2020)
  • Students:  21,555 (2014/15)
  • Undergraduates:  16,030 (2014/15)
  • Postgraduates:  5,525 (2014/15)
  • Campus:  Urban
  • Students' Union:  University of Bristol Union
  • Colours:  Pantone 187
  • Affiliations:  Russell Group, Coimbra Group, Worldwide Universities Network, Universities UK, PEGASUS, SETsquared, GW4, Sutton 13, EUA
  • Website:  bristol.ac.uk
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo