BristolQueen Square, Grove Avenue, Bristol, BS1 4QY
As a student at BPP University in Bristol, you will be located in the heart of the city off the historic Queen Square. Easily accessible, it is just 10 minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads train station, and close to several bus stops. There are also numerous roads with dedicated bike lanes, and traffic-free routes, making it a cyclist's dream.
Bristol is an award-winning ‘European City of the Year’ and a ‘Centre for Culture’, attracting a diverse mix of people including a lively student population.
Bristol has one of the strongest legal sectors outside London and is home to many national firms, including Osborne Clarke and Simmons & Simmons. Much of the city’s economy is built on the electronics and aerospace industries and Bristol is increasingly being viewed as part of the UK’s dynamic ‘media triangle’ alongside London and Manchester. Studying and living in this thriving environment offers a complete experience of student and city life.
BPP University programmes available at Bristol
We offer a range of courses to get you career ready:
- Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC)
- MA (LPC with Business)
- LLM (Professional Legal Practice)
Programmes run subject to demand
- 10 classrooms with the latest audio-visual technology
- BPP University library with a range of quiet study zones
- Free internet and Wi-Fi access
- 23 on-site computers
- Computer-based assessment lab
- Student lounge and breakout area
- Disabled access
- Snack vending machines
- Secure cycle racks
BPP University in Bristol regularly holds open days as well as professional and institute events. We also arrange talks by external speakers on topical issues and we hold free professional and personal development sessions with topics such as Memory Techniques, Exam Techniques, Life After AAT and many more. Find out more about upcoming events in our events calendar.
University Students' Association also organises numerous social and career - events for current students. For further information visit the Students' Association website.