How to apply
The application deadline for 2013 entry is 15 January 2013 for UK students. If you apply after this date we will consider your application if places are still available
International students can apply up to 30 June 2013.
Once you have decided which programme you are interested in please check the entry requirements carefully, and make sure that the course is available for your year of entry. You can use the UCAS course search to check.
Courses not available until September 2014
There are some programmes listed in the prospectus that are new for September 2014 - you will not be able to apply for these for 2013 entry. These are:
|Course code||Programme of study|
|C605||MSci Sport and Exercise Science|
|C604||MSci Sport and Exercise Science with professional placement|
|NN12||BSc (Hons) International Management|
|N200||BSc (Hons) Management|
|N201||BSc (Hons) Management with placement|
|NN25||BSc (Hons) Management with Marketing|
|TBC||BSc (Hons) Psychology|
|TBC||MSci Psychology with placement|
Find a programme of study
Applications for all undergraduate and full-time foundation degree programmes should be made online through UCAS.
UCAS applicants will need to provide:
- The course's UCAS code
- The institution code for the University of Bath, which is B16
If you are an international student please check any entry requirements for your country.
Part-time foundation degrees
If you wish to apply for a part-time foundation degree follow the specific instructions for your chosen programme.
International Foundation Year
International Foundation Year applicants should apply through the Bath Foundation Year website.
You can watch a UCAS video guide on how to fill out the UCAS application form.
UCAS also offer guidance on completing your personal statement. Your personal statement is a really important part of your application.
The following sources can also help:
- Your school or college
- How to apply (UCAS)
If you have general questions about the University, ask Admissions.
If you have specific questions about a programme of study, speak to the department. You can find contact information within the programme details.
See full details of application deadlines on the UCAS website.
You can keep track of your application through the UCAS website.
If you have applied for one of our undergraduate courses you will be provided with a username and password to use our Application Tracker.
You can use this to keep track of your application to study here. Please make sure you check this regularly.