How to apply
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All students wishing to apply for the BSc in Business Administration must do so through UCAS (the University & Colleges Admissions Service).
The UCAS code for the University of Bath is B16.
|The codes for the School of Management programmes are as follows:|
|BSc (Hons) Business Administration||N100|
|BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance||3 year version NN34
4 year version NN43
|BSc (Hons) International Management & Modern Languages||NR21 (French)
All applications from UK and European students should be sent to UCAS between the 1st September and the 15th January. For overseas students, the deadline is the 30th June. It is highly unlikely that any applications received after the deadlines will be considered.
What happens next?
After you have sent your completed form to UCAS, it is forwarded to our admissions staff. It is then carefully considered before a decision is made. Your exam results, predicted grades, personal statement and referee's report will all be looked at when reviewing your application. The focus of the admissions tutors is not only on the academic standard of the applicant but also on other extra-curricular skills and experience you may have.
Once we have made our decision, UCAS will send you confirmation of it. If your application is successful you will be invited to an Open Day.
The University runs general Open Days in June and September. These are open to everyone. If you have received an offer, you will be invited to a School of Management open day between February and April, where you will be able to find out more about the programme, the School and the staff, and meet some of the students.
The University of Bath provides more information on applying to Bath.
Alternatively, visit UCAS
Every year the School receives a high number of excellent applications for its programmes, making each place highly competitive. As a result of this the School of Management programmes do not go into Clearing.
Here at the School of Management we look positively upon a gap year, provided the year is spent constructively. We are happy to defer entry for students looking to take part in voluntary or paid work experience and/or travel. We find students benefit from increased maturity and have a better idea of what they want to do at university after a 'year out'.
If you wish to defer your place you may use your personal statement to explain your reasons why and your plans. Do not worry if you are unsure - there is still plenty of time to decide and we impose no time deadline on students wishing to defer.