The University is listed in the Education (Recognised Bodies) (England) Order 2013 as a recognised degree-awarding body.
Code of conduct for education loans
To prevent a conflict of interest with the responsibilities of an agent with respect to private education loans, all staff at the University with responsibility for Federal and private education loans from the USA are prohibited from:
- revenue-sharing arrangements with any lender
- receiving gifts from a lender, a guarantor or a loan servicer
- contracting arrangements providing financial benefit from any lender or affiliate of a lender
- directing borrowers to particular lenders or refusing or delaying loan certifications
- offers of funds for private loans
- call centre or financial aid office staffing assistance
- advisory board compensation
Preferred lender lists
The University will, in most cases, work with whichever private lender a prospective borrower decides to use. Prospective borrowers should be aware that the majority of private lenders choose not to offer loans to students studying outside the USA.
- information on tuition fees and the University's institutional refund policy
- information on living and studying in the UK
- undergraduate course data by UNISTATS - data on entry information, student satisfaction, study information, non-completion (transfer out) and more
- information on our rankings, research and student life can be found in our Annual Reviews and Financial Statements.
- Title IV loans Default Management Plan
- University accommodation guidelines, including rules and regulations
- Health & safety (including fire safety)
- Drugs & alcohol policies for staff
- University Student regulations (including substance misuse rules*)
*Students who are found guilty within the legal jurisdictions of Great Britain and Northern Ireland during their period of study will lose their eligibility for Federal Title IV Direct Loans.
If you are deemed to have violated University of Bath policies on substance misuse, you may have your eligibility for loans terminated, depending upon the severity of the violation. In cases of criminal conviction, or where students have been unsuccessful within the University student disciplinary process, your loans will be terminated.
- Missing Student Policy
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- Programme handbook
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- Freedom of Information act
- Quality Assurance Code of Practice
- Collaborative arrangements and off-site delivery
- The Destinations of Leavers in Higher Education (DLHE) survey is reported on by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). The University's Careers Service also maintains information.