University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

Student Life

Student Life

The City

Bath is one of the most interesting, cosmopolitan and vibrant cities in the UK. It is also on UNESCO's World Heritage List and is a popular tourist destination, due to its Roman and Georgian history. The city is known particularly for its beautiful Georgian architecture and natural hot springs.

Bath is also a lively and cosmopolitan city, offering great shopping and a wide selection of cafés, bars, restaurants and clubs. It also has two cinemas and three theatres. As a small city, it is easy to find your way around. Visit Bath has more information on what the city has to offer and The Pig Guide offers a friendly going out / restaurant guide for Bath.

There are many ways you can get involved in the School’s community including joining our Events Committees and helping to organise events, the Conversation Club which meets each week which enables students to improve their English in an informal environment or the School’s student and staff football and basketball teams.

The Students’ Union

The Students' Union offers a wide range of services and activities. It is home to nearly 100 different societies, 55 different sports clubs and offers volunteering opportunities, as well as organising regular events such as Freshers’ Week, the Summer Ball and day trips.

The Campus

The small campus is set in extensive grounds with open views and is one mile away from the city centre. It houses a range of accommodation, a 24-hour library, shops, two banks, a Chaplaincy, the ICIA arts centre, world-class sports facilities and several restaurants, cafés and bars, creating a strong sense of community.

Sport at Bath

The University’s Sports Training Village offers some of the best sporting facilities in the UK. Facilities include: fitness suite, floodlit 8-lane athletics track, 50m swimming pool, 18 tennis courts, 12 badminton courts, judo dojo, 8 fencing pistes, air pistol range, bobsleigh track and extensive rugby and football pitches.

International Students

Bath has students from over 100 different countries, making up just over 20 percent of the student population. We offer our community of international students a supportive and cosmopolitan environment in which to learn. The International Office website provides further information and support.

Maps and guides can be found here.

Getting Here

London is approximately 90 minutes from Bath and the city of Bristol is 15 minutes by train. Bristol International Airport is convenient for flying to and from a wide range of European destinations, as well as the USA. The campus is easily accessible from the city using either Wessex Connect's U18 UniConnect or First Somerset & Avon's bright orange bus 18.