Students in Bristol will march in the city tonight to demand more help for people with mental health issues at the University.Read the full story ›
A fourth year engineering student has died at Bristol University.
Police say Alex Elsmore's death on Saturday 28 April is not being treated as suspicious. The University is offering support to staff and students.
An inquest will be held at a later date.
10 students at Bristol University and the University of the West of England have taken their lives in the past 18 months.
10 women have taken to Snapchat to reveal the true extent of sexual assaults taking place at university.Read the full story ›
Chinese students who were at the University of Bristol are getting their own tailor-made graduation ceremony in BeijingRead the full story ›
A third year student is understood to have killed herself. It brings the number of suicides at Bristol University to five since September.Read the full story ›
The University of Bristol is to try to increase its intake of students from poorer backgrounds by offering them places with reduced grades.Read the full story ›
An eyesore in Bristol city centre left derelict for nearly 20 years is to be a new home from the University of Bristol.Read the full story ›
A fossil expert from the University of Bristol is part of a team that has discovered tiny bird wings encased in amber in Myanmar.Read the full story ›
Singer and songwriter James Blunt has returned to his former university to collect an honorary degree recognising his contribution to music.
The musician was awarded a Doctor of Music honorary degree by the University of Bristol, where he was a student from 1992 to 1996.
The pop star had some heart-felt words to say about his time in Bristol.
The reason I’ve accepted this is to say thank you so much to a university where I had the best four years of my life. If I could turn back the clock to any time in my life, it would be to Bristol University.
The 41-year-old and former soldier studied Sociology, in a degree which was sponsored by the army.
Bristol University have apologised after some applicants have been left not knowing if they've been accepted onto courses after problems with their phone system.
We apologise if you are experiencing delays getting through to us. We are working hard to answer calls. Please bear with us and keep trying
More than 41,000 students applied for the 4,500 under graduate places available.
The university used Twitter to apologise for delays.
Their results hotline will re-open tomorrow morning at 9: 0117 331 7500.