Applicant Visit Day
If you've been invited to the Applicant Visit Day, find out what will happen on the day and how you'll learn about life at Bath.
Throughout the day, you can visit the Welcome Point in The Chancellor's Building to ask any questions you have. You can talk to current students and staff about:
- academic skills
- living and studying in Bath
During the day, our Student Ambassadors, dressed in red, will be on campus. They are here to give directions and answer any questions you have about the University. They're the best people to tell you what living and studying here is actually like.
Food and drink
Talks and tours
The central talks will be given by current staff and students, giving you an insight into life at the University and the support we offer our students. The central talks are scheduled to start before your individual department activities.
Students' Union (SU) - 9.30am to 9.50am
Find out more about student life and the vision of the Students' Union from our SU officer team.
Student Services - 9.55am to 10.15am
Find out about the support and guidance offered to students, including:
- counselling and mental health support
- disability support
- money management
- international student advice
Academic Skills Centre - 10.20am to 10.40am
Our Academic Skills programmes help current students reach the highest levels of academic achievement in their studies, future careers and beyond. Programmes cover academic writing, giving presentations and more.
Student Ambassadors will give guided tours of student accommodation. They will show you rooms in several different accommodation blocks on campus.
Tours start from The Chancellors Building foyer every 20 minutes from 1pm. They will last about an hour.
Accommodation tours start at:
These tours are very popular and we have a limited number of places on each. Places on each tour are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Sports Training Village tours
There will be guided tours of our Sports Training Village at:
Tours will start from the front of the Sports Training Village.
You can also pick up a self-guided tour leaflet from the Sports Training Village reception desk and look at our brand new gym, Olympic legacy pool and the other sports facilities available to our students.
There will be guided tours of our Library at:
You can also take a self-guided tour. Ask for information at the Library reception. The Library is open 24 hours a day.
Getting to campus
Parking is free in all campus car parks on Saturday 3 March, but there will be a high demand for spaces on the day. Find out more about getting here on the Applicant Visit Day.