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    The city of Bristol is located on the River Avon southwestern England having a thriving maritime history. The estimated area of the city is 110 km2, with estimated population of, depending on 2019 census, 467.099. They are of several ancestries: British, Irish, Asian and some African minorities.

    Following the Norman Conquest in 1066, Bristol is a name that initially known to England. The origin words are of old English words “byrst” and “stow”, and when merged mean: Place by the bridge. Bristol became a city in July 2016.

    Bristol was a medieval town incorporated in 1155. The harbour was advanced during the 12th century by converting the Frome (meaning fair, fine or brisk and describing the flow of the river) to the west, and by constructing a stone bridge at the point of its former integration with the River Avon. So, Bristol simply means “the meeting place at the bridge”.


    Living Expenses in Bristol

    Bristol is 30 % less expensive than New York, without rent. The rent in Bristol, on average, is 60 % lower than New York concerning rent, and an international student estimated monthly costs are $916 which equals to (665 P).

    Living Expenses in Bristol in Pounds



    Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant

    15.00 £

    Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course

    55.00 £

    McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal)

    6.50 £

    Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)

    4.50 £

    Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle)

    4.50 £

    Cappuccino (regular)

    2.95 £

    Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle)

    1.12 £

    Water (0.33 liter bottle)

    0.95 £




    Milk (regular), (1 liter)

    0.94 £

    Loaf of Fresh White Bread (500g)

    1.03 £

    Rice (white), (1kg)

    1.18 £

    Eggs (regular) (12)

    1.84 £

    Local Cheese (1kg)

    5.27 £

    Chicken Fillets (1kg)

    5.25 £

    Beef Round (1kg) (or Equivalent Back Leg Red Meat)

    6.75 £

    Apples (1kg)

    1.71 £

    Banana (1kg)

    1.17 £

    Oranges (1kg)

    1.60 £

    Tomato (1kg)

    1.86 £

    Potato (1kg)

    1.06 £

    Onion (1kg)

    0.86 £

    Lettuce (1 head)

    0.70 £

    Water (1.5 liter bottle)

    0.94 £

    Bottle of Wine (Mid-Range)

    7.00 £

    Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle)

    1.90 £

    Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle)

    1.99 £

    Cigarettes 20 Pack (Marlboro)

    12.00 £



    One-way Ticket (Local Transport)

    2.50 £

    Monthly Pass (Regular Price)

    70.00 £

    Taxi Start (Normal Tariff)

    2.50 £

    Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff)

    1.33 £

    Taxi 1hour Waiting (Normal Tariff)

    20.40 £

    Gasoline (1 liter)

    1.25 £

    Volkswagen Golf 1.4 90 KW Trendline (Or Equivalent New Car)

    19,000.00 £

    Toyota Corolla Sedan 1.6l 97kW Comfort (Or Equivalent New Car)

    22,000.00 £

    Utilities (Monthly)


    Basic (Electricity, Heating, Cooling, Water, Garbage) for 85m2 Apartment

    157.66 £

    1 min. of Prepaid Mobile Tariff Local (No Discounts or Plans)

    0.06 £

    Internet (60 Mbps or More, Unlimited Data, Cable/ADSL)

    31.25 £

     Sports And Leisure


    Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult

    28.55 £

    Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend)

    12.25 £

    Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat

    10.00 £



    Preschool (or Kindergarten), Full Day, Private, Monthly for 1 Child

    912.50 £

    International Primary School, Yearly for 1 Child

    11,233.33 £

     Clothing And Shoes


    1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar)

    61.15 £

    1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...)

    26.75 £

    1 Pair of Nike Running Shoes (Mid-Range)

    53.44 £

    1 Pair of Men Leather Business Shoes

    57.25 £

     Rent Per Month


    Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre

    925.00 £

    Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre

    735.45 £

    Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre

    1,611.84 £

    Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of Centre

    1,240.48 £


    Buy Apartment Price


    Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment in City Centre

    4,607.58 £

    Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre

    3,117.85 £


    The Culture of Bristol

    There is a “hub of community partners and museum staff” in order to collaborate on “exhibitions and embed community engagement”. The job title for every member of the staff, by far, converted to include the purpose behind engagement and participation.

    Bristol provides a number of cultural facilities:

    1. Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. West End
    2. Brunel's SS Great Britain. Harborside
    3. Aerospace Bristol Felton
    4. M Shed. Central Bristol
    5. Bristol Street Art Walking Tours. Central Bristol
    6. Arnolfini. Harborside
    7. Blaise Castle House Museum and Estate. Henbury
    8. Watershed. Harborside

    Bristol has a prosperous arts and culture view. The scenes of culture range from ancient theatres to Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s masterpiece, The Clifton Suspension Bridge, so visitors are inspired behind-the-scenes tour of the city’s international-popular cultural hubs.

    Clifton is the best distinguished sites in Bristol, as it is the home of the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Clifton Cathedral, Bristol Zoo and Clifton Down. Because of its location by the River Avon, it is a nice place to live and study along having prominent artists and architects.


    Weather and Environment in Bristol

    The summer days in Bristol are relatively rainy, and the rains are frequent, while winter days are quite cold, rainy and mild. Seldom does it snow, but might sometimes happen. During chilly nights of the year, the temperatures normally reach below -60C (190F), and might even reach lower than this value.

    Bristol is considered the UK’s most sustainable city in addressing climate change, recycling and biodiversity when mentioning environmental performance, life quality, and fine future.

    Bristol occupies the third rank in addressing environment problems with regard to carbon emissions, gas consumption and recycling processes, as households in Bristol try to recycle half of their houses waste.


    Working in Bristol

    It is recommended that international students work up to 15 hours during term-time as full-time study for undergraduates. For postgraduates no more than 20 hours every week, as it is more important to leave some space for academic studies.

    The Universities Careers Service  in Bristol post advertisements concerning student vacancies via mycareer  and gives consults about part-time work, convenient work experience placements or internships. The government will let students know about due taxes as a student worker, in addition to advice about tax repayments via   guidance on paying tax

    International students have to look into their visas instructions to be knowledgeable about the number of working hours students can handle, and restrictions prohibiting them from working or doing voluntary work...

    As a holder of a visa student, the kind of work you can involve in is limited to “paid and unpaid work placements undertaken as part of a course of study or period of study”; “self employment”; and “engaging in business activity” . So do not expose yourself to harsh punishment when regulations are breached.

    The Areas and Districts of Bristol

    Bristol is divided into four constituents for parliamentary elections. The districts it combines are:

    • City Centre
    • Harborside and Hot wells
    • Park Street, the Triangle and White ladies Road
    • West Bristol: Clifton Village, Cot ham, Redland and St Andrews

     The Universities in Bristol

    Bristol hosts two universities:

    • University of Bristol
    • University of the West England

    Universities in Bristol / United Kingdom

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