University of Bristol vs King's College London? (Law) Watch
The biggest difference imo is whether you want to study in London with all the pros and cons of that v Bristol.
If you're an international student I feel like you would be much more suited to KCL, it's in the hub of the most multi-cultural city in the UK and it also has quite high diversity rates compared to Bristol.
KCL is 68% non-UK for its law course whereas Bristol is 40% non-UK. KCL is more "diverse", but Bristol still has a thriving international student body.
KCL is probably more well known internationally.
KCL is more diverse and you will have many places to go to in London.
It's cheaper to stay in Bristol.
That wasn't my point. I was simply saying Bristol's LLB course, and the university as a whole, attracts a significant number of international students. More so than many people expect.
So why quote me? I didn't make a reference to the course whatsoever, I was talking about the cities.
Even if you were only talking about the diversity of the city as a whole, it is still helpful to know that the diversity of the courses themselves are not miles apart. After all, OP will not be studying with the city as a whole; he or she will be studying with other law students and will be sharing the university experience with other Bristol students.
On that basis, I advise living in London if you have the money to live reasonably well there, and to Bristol if you don't. London is great fun if you can afford to go out and do things, but it's probably pretty miserable, and quite certainly pointless, to live there otherwise.
Do some research and a bit of budgeting. See what figures pop out after rent, bills, and travel for London, and see if it's enough to actually enjoy what the city has to offer in a meaningful way.