Ways for your students to find out about the University
Discover activities including talks, workshops and visits to help your students make an informed decision about their future.
University of Bath Library
Our Library offers independent learning and library skills support through group visits. If you have students undertaking A level projects, Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) or International Baccalaureate (IB), they can supplement their research through access to our print resources and a limited range of electronic resources.
If you are bringing a group of your students to visit the University as part of another event or activity, or if you are from a local school looking for student project support, then you can request a visit. Visits are most suitable for year 12/13 students and are available during university holidays.
Arts events at The Edge
The Edge is our arts and creativity hub and provides a number of events for young people and children, all based around our ethos of bringing together arts, research and adventure. Bring your students to The Edge to tour our latest exhibition or to participate in one of our workshops. We also hold regular evenings for teachers, where you can explore our galleries with our programming team, take part in practical activities, network and enjoy a glass of wine.
Sports Performer Days
Your students can experience our sporting facilities and the top level coaching available at the University. The day will consist of activities tailored to your students' needs, and is suitable for any year group (Reception - Year 13). You can either choose a variety of sessions, (from a wide range including team-building activities, hockey, trampolining and laboratory assessments), or focus your day on one area.
Our Team Bath Human Performance Centre can provide the opportunity for your school or college pupils to learn more about the science of sport and how it is applied to elite athletes. The programme is suitable for groups studying Physical Education, Sports Studies or Sport Science as part of GSCE, A Level or further education programmes.
This can include practical laboratory sessions, field-based testing sessions and specialist lectures.
We organise outreach events and collaborate with schools and colleges to encourage under-represented students to apply to university.