University of Bristol

Progression to master’s degree at

University of Bristol, UK

This exclusive programme creates a great opportunity for MUIC students to seamlessly continue their graduate study at the University of Bristol.

To learn more about the programs offered and entry requirements please follow the link to the programme below.

Business and Economics
(For all MUIC majors except Creative Technology, and Computer Engineering) 

International Relations and Sociology
(For MUIC students majoring in International Relations and Global Affairs, and Intercultural Studies and Languages)

Film Arts and Humanities
(For MUIC students majoring in Media Com, and Intercultural Studies and Languages)

To apply to this program

Submit your expression of interest from here.

The International Affairs office (IA) will review your document (and communicate with you in case additional information is needed). IA office will notify the result to all candidates.

For the successful and qualified candidates, UoB will provide you with application online link for application submission.

After your application has been registered in UoB’s record, UoB International Partnerships Officer will be in touch with you for further steps of application and admission.

You are encouraged to apply for “Think Big Postgraduate Scholarship” (Application deadline: 1st round late March).

An opportunity for Applied Mathematics students to earn bachelor’s  degrees in Mathematics from both the University of Bristol and from MUIC. This program provides the opportunity to study at MUIC for two years then continue at Bristol for two years to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from each institution . Find out more about this program at Bristol.

For further information, including the study plan for the first two years at MUIC, please contact the MUIC Applied Mathematics program director at

An opportunity for MUIC Biological Sciences students to apply to the BVSc Veterinary Science: Accelerated Graduate Entry at the University of Bristol through MUIC and UOB’s new 3+4 agreement . Find out more about this program at Bristol ( link to its brochure) .

For further information, including the study plan for the first three years at MUIC, please contact the MUIC Program Director of Biological Sciences at

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