Ollscoil Bhriostó

Ollscoil Bhriostó

University of Bristol Details

  • Tír : an Ríocht Aontaithe
  • Cathair : bristol
  • acrainm : Brisbane
  • Bunaithe : 1876
  • Daltai (thart.) : 22000
  • Ná déan dearmad a discuss University of Bristol
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Ollscoil na Bristoaidhm l a threalmhú ár gcuid mac léinn leis an eolas agus na scileanna chun cinn ina rogha slí bheatha i margadh domhanda iomaíoch.

Ollscoil Bhriostó mhealladh mac léinn ó gach cearn den domhan, ag cruthú pobal saibhir agus spreagúil idirnáisiúnta. Táimid ádh a bheith lonnaithe i bríomhar chomh maith, chathair dinimiciúil le cáil ar chruthaitheacht agus inbhuanaitheacht.

Le rogha de os cionn 200 Cúrsaí céime a chlúdaíonn raon leathan ábhar, ár gcuid mac léinn i ngleic le cúrsaí hintleachtúil dúshlánach a spreagann neamhspleáchas intinne.

Tá céim Bristol an-tarraingteach d'fhostóirí: cuirimid ár mac léinn ard-chaighdeán, oideachas bunaithe ar thaighde, and enhance our global reputation by recruiting the best academics. Bristol is in the top five universities targeted by leading graduate employers (foinse: An Margadh Iarchéime i 2014, Fliers Ard taighde) agus tá níos mó ná 500 cuairteanna bhfostóir gcampas gach bliain.

Ár cúrsaí múnlaithe ag an smaointeoireacht is déanaí, agus ár gcuid mac léinn ag obair ar thionscadail fíor-saoil le lucht acadúil a bhfuil saineolaithe ina réimse. Chomh maith le múineadh na fíricí, pas ár dtaighdeoirí ar a n-eolas, díograis agus taithí.

Is Bristol beag go leor chun bhraitheann te agus cairdiúil, le teagascóirí pearsanta, seirbhísí sláinte agus leasa na ndaltaí, agus maoir lóistín chun tacú le scoláirí, ach mór go leor chun deiseanna seach-churaclaim fós ar fáil.

Táimid ag infheistiú go leanúnach i saoráidí nua agus reatha, oiliúint agus teicneolaíocht.

ár leabharlanna, Áiseanna TE agus spásanna staidéir neamhfhoirmiúla bhfanfadh nasctha agus le foghlaim neamhspleách. Tá líonra cuimsitheach de sheirbhísí tacaíochta a chinntiú gur féidir ár gcuid mac léinn cabhair agus comhairle ar gach gné de shaol na hollscoile - acadúil, pearsanta, airgeadais agus praiticiúil - más oiriúnach agus nuair is gá siad é.

Agus iad ag staidéar ag Bristol, ár gcuid mac léinn a fháil ar réimse leathan eolais agus scileanna nach bhfuil ach ríthábhachtach ag fáil an chuid is mó as a gcuid ama ag an ollscoil, ach freisin i dóibh ullmhú ar cibé a thagann chugainn.

Cad é Bristol Futures?

Tá Bristol todhchaí á dhearadh le hionchur ó scoileanna acadúla, iarratasóirí ionchais, mic léinn atá ann faoi láthair, agus fostóirí a shainiú go soiléir cad a dhéanann an 'Bristol Iarchéime' uathúil.

Beidh forbairt na scileanna agus na tréithe inaistrithe bheidh bunaithe ar thrí cosáin:

  1. nuálaíocht & Fiontar
  2. Saoránacht dhomhanda
  3. Futures inbhuanaithe

Beidh trí chúrsa roghnacha neamh-creidmheasa neamhúsmhar ailínithe leis na bealaí a thabhairt isteach i 2017.

Buntáistí a bhaineann le Bristol Todhchaíochtaí

Beidh Bristol Futures cur lenár mbunluachanna acadúil agus na buntáistí a bhaineann le curaclam an taighde agus ár gcuid mac léinn a spreagadh chun bheith cruthaitheach, intinn oscaite, smaointeoirí muiníneach saor, a breithiúnais agus cinntí a dhéanamh bunaithe ar fhianaise, agus aird á tabhairt comhthéacs níos leithne.

Beidh sé ar fáil freisin ar ár deis do scoláirí a gcuid lárnacha scileanna acadúla a fhorbairt a thuilleadh trí chur i bhfeidhm lasmuigh dá smacht féin.

Conas a dhéanfaimid Bristol Futures i bhfeidhm

Tá gnéithe éagsúla a Futures agus cur i bhfeidhm Bristol Beidh a chéile.

Ag obair le comhpháirtithe sa chathair agus sa réigiún níos leithne, cuirfimid níos mó deiseanna do rannpháirtíocht ghairmiúil agus pobail a chomhordú. Beidh na deiseanna feabhsaithe a thabhairt dár mic léinn léargas luath slí bheatha agus chun cabhrú leo a fhorbairt agus a gcuid scileanna i bhfeidhm i gcomhthéacs neamh-acadúla.

De réir 2019, Áireofar gach clár gnéithe den cosáin Bristol Todhchaí mar chuid dá churaclam creidmheasa-iompar – ar an gcaoi a bhfuil na leabaithe a bheith idir disciplíní.

Scoileanna / Coláistí / Ranna / Cúrsaí / dámha


  • Na hEalaíona

    • Scoil na nEalaíon
      • Seandálaíocht agus Antraipeolaíocht
      • Film and Television
      • Ceol
      • fealsúnacht
      • Amharclann
    • Scoil na nDaonnachtaí
      • Classics and Ancient History
      • Béarla
      • Stair (Historical Studies)
      • Stair na hEalaíne (Historical Studies)
      • Religion and Theology
    • School of Modern Languages
      • Fraincis
      • Gearmáinis
      • Hispanic, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
      • italian
      • Rúisis
    • Bristol Institute for Research in the Humanities and Arts
    • Centre for English Language and Foundation Studies
  • Eolaíochtaí Bithleighis

    • School of Biochemistry
    • School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
    • School of Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience
  • Innealtóireacht

    • Merchant Venturers’ Scoil na hInnealtóireachta
      • Eolaíocht Ríomhaireachta
      • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
      • Engineering Mathematics
    • Queen’s School of Engineering
      • Innealtóireacht aeraspáis
      • Innealtóireachta sibhialta
      • Innealtóireacht Mheicniúil
  • Eolaíochtaí sláinte

    • School of Clinical Sciences
    • School of Oral and Dental Sciences
    • School of Social and Community Medicine
    • School of Veterinary Sciences
    • Centre for Health Sciences Education
      • Centre for Comparative and Clinical Anatomy
      • Teaching and Learning for Health Professionals
  • Eolaíocht

    • School of Biological Sciences
    • Scoil na Ceimice
    • School of Earth Sciences
    • School of Experimental Psychology
    • School of Geographical Sciences
    • Scoil na Matamaitice
    • Scoil na Fisice
      • Interface Analysis Centre
    • Bristol Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information
  • Social Sciences and Law

    • Scoil Chéimithe Oideachais
    • School for Policy Studies
    • Scoil na hEacnamaíochta, Airgeadas agus Bainistíocht
      • Cuntasaíocht agus Airgeadas
      • Centre for Market and Public Organisation
      • Eacnamaíocht
      • Bainistíocht
    • School of Sociology, Polaitíochta agus Staidéar Idirnáisiúnta
    • University of Bristol Law School

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Before the University of Bristol, there was University College, bristol

Coláiste na hOllscoile,, Bristol existed from 1876 chun 1909 and was the precursor to the University of Bristol.

Its history can be traced back to the efforts of John Percival, headmaster of Clifton College, to press for the establishment of such an institution. in 1872, Percival wrote to the Oxford colleges observing that the provinces lacked a university culture. The following year he produced a pamphlet called ‘The Connection of the Universities and the Great Towns’, which was well received by Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliol College, Oxford. Jowett was to become a significant figure, both philosophically and financially, in the establishment of University College, bristol.

In June 1874, a meeting took place at Bristol’s Victoria Rooms ‘to promote a School of Science and Literature for the West of England’. Percival and Jowett spoke at the meeting, and won the support of Albert Fry and Lewis Fry, members of an influential and affluent local family.

Coláiste na hOllscoile,, Bristol finally opened its doors at 9 am on Tuesday 10 Deireadh Fómhair 1876 in rented premises at 32 Park Row. Initially there were two professors and five lecturers offering courses in 15 subjects. The College was open to men and women on the same basis (except in medicine). During the first session, 99 day students registered (30 men and 69 mná) agus 238 evening ones (143 men and 95 mná).

Alfred Marshall, a groundbreaking economist, served as Principal of the College until 1881. He taught evening classes while his wife, Mary Paley, the first woman lecturer, taught during the day. Her fee was deducted from her husband’s salary. The second Principal was William Ramsay, discoverer of the so-called noble gases. He left in 1887 (and received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1904), but remained influential in the College’s efforts to become a university with its own Royal Charter. His successor was Conwy Lloyd Morgan, a geologist and zoologist who also became a pioneering experimental psychologist. He, freisin, was closely involved in the campaign for full university status, and would eventually become the University of Bristol’s first Vice-Chancellor.

For University College, bristol, life was a financial struggle, although in 1890 it received a £2,000 boost from the local Technical Instruction Committee. There was more good news in 1893 when the Bristol Medical School, which had been created in 1833, was formally incorporated into the College. Further encouragement came in 1896, when Commissioners from the Treasury reported that ‘there is evidently vigorous life in the place, and the work done is of the University type’. The foundation of the University College Colston Society in 1899 was another highly significant development, drawing a broad spectrum of influential figures into supporting the College.

The campaign for a Charter gained momentum in 1904 with the appointment of Morris Travers as Professor of Chemistry. Travers, who had been recommended for the job by former Principal, William Ramsay, was an energetic and decisive man who set about gaining financial and political support for Bristol’s plans. He was backed by some powerful individuals, including Lewis Fry, Chairman of the College Council, R B (later Lord) Haldane and members of the Wills family.

De réir 1906, Lewis Fry felt ready to put the plan to promote a university for Bristol on a formal footing, and an executive committee was formed. ach, problems continuedTravers left to direct a research institute in India that year, and it proved very difficult to lift the College’s endowment above the total of £30,000 that had been donated by members of the Wills and Fry families.

Everything changed on 14 eanáir 1908, when H O Wills promised to donate £100,000a massive sumprovided that a Charter was granted within two years. The Wills gift set off a chain reaction, and more money was raised within 24 hours than had been attracted during the previous three decades.

Now things really started to move. After years of discussion, it was agreed that the Merchant VenturersCollege and elements of the University Collegeformerly rivalswould merge to form a new Faculty of Engineering. Ina theannta sin, the City Council offered the proceeds of a penny rate (some £7,000 a year), subject to a Charter being obtained. Best of all, when a petition for a Charter was submitted to the Privy Council, it met with royal favour.


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