University of Bristol

University of Bristol

University of Bristol

Overview
Date Founded

1876

Headquarters

Senate House,Tyndall Avenue,Bristol BS8 1TH

Charitable Causes

Higher Education & Universities
Education Research & Support

Employees (Worldwide)

11 - 50

Company Description

Formerly Kensington College, Bristol University in Anaheim, California, educates future business professionals and provides advanced degrees for those already in the field. Some of Bristol's most outstanding features are its highly qualified faculty and its internship program. Bristol awards associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees in Business Administration. They also offer diplomas in Hospitality Operations and Legal Studies. Classes generally have 20 or fewer students, so that each student may get as much instructor attention as possible. This is particularly beneficial since many of Bristol University's faculty have graduated from such prestigious universities as Georgetown, Harvard, Penn State and Stanford. Students in the Legal Studies program also have the option of participating in a professional internship at a local law firm. Interns generally work one or two days a week, for the last half of their program. They also gain experience that could lead to full-time employment. Admissions requirements for each program are different. Those applying for a diploma, associate's or bachelor's must have a high school diploma or GED. MBA applicants will need to have a bachelor's and a GPA of at least 2.0. All applicants must also interview with an admissions counselor. Applicants may discuss additional requirements with a Bristol University counselor or advisor. Bristol University offers scholarships that cover up to half of tuition. They also participate in Title IV financial aid programs, like loans, Pell grants and other types of federal funding. The application for federal, financial aid, called the FAFSA, is required to receive federal aid.

Executives & Employees

President & Vice Chancellor

Chief Financial Officer

Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences & Law

Dean of Engineering

Head-Research Commercialization

Head of Engine Shed

Director of Libraries

Director of Advanced Computing

Director of Bristol Neuroscience

Finance Director

Board of Directors

Former Executive Director at Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC

Aberdeen Asset Managers Ltd.

Former Deputy General Manager at National Bank of Bahrain

Co-Founder at ProVision Communication Technologies Ltd.

Distinguished Alumni
Bernard Mensah is now President, International at Bank of America Corp.
Lucien Achille Alziari is now Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer at Prudential Financial, Inc.
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Recent Transactions
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Novo Nordisk A/S purchases Ziylo Ltd. from University of Bristol

Advisors & Consultants
Consultant

Senior Advisor, Campaign Strategy & Opers/University Advancement at Concordia University

Clients

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Azellon Ltd. develops stem cell therapy for the repair of avascular meniscal tears. The firm's meniscal repair technology combines bone marrow stem cells with a special membrane that helps to deliver the cells into the injured site. The company was founded by Anthony Hollander and Troels Jordansen in 2007 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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XMOS Ltd. develops voice and music processing and control integrated circuits. Its products include voice controller solutions, audio connectivity, xCORE microcontrollers, and xTIMEcomposer tools. The company was founded by Hitesh Kumar Mehta, Dixon Ali, Noel Hurley, James Foster, and Michael David May on June 29, 2005 and is headquartered in Bristol, the United Kingdom.

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KWS BioTest Ltd. provides preclinical pharmacology and drug development for human diseases. Its capabilities include clinical biomarkers, cell biology, bioanalytical services, in vivo pharmacology, vaccine development. The company was founded by Williams A. Neil and Trevor Langley in 2004 and is headquartered in Bristol, the United Kingdom.

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