Doctoral Induction

Welcoming you to our doctoral community

Your journey is beginning

Doctoral students often begin their studies at different times of the year. Whenever you join us, this information will help you get started and settle in.

Arrival essentials

Here are some things you must do on arrival, and some information you may find useful.

Medical and police registration

You may need or want to register with local services.

Vaccinations you need for University

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Stay healthy at University by getting the vaccinations recommended by the UK Government’s Department of Health. Find out which ones you should have.

Register with the police

If you are an international student you may need to register with the police in Bath when you get to the UK. Find out how.

Help and support

We can signpost you to all sorts of help and advice throughout your doctoral studies.

Peer mentoring

Find out how your Peer Mentor can help you settle into university life.

Postgraduate study areas

We have several dedicated doctoral study areas on campus and in the City.

Doctoral College

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Visit the Doctoral College for support and advice about doctoral study.

10 West Graduate Commons

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A dedicated study and social space for postgraduate students on the fourth and fifth floors of 10 West. Room 5.01 is a dedicated doctoral space.

Carpenter House Graduate Commons

Carpenter House Graduate Commons

The Carpenter House Graduate Commons are for postgraduates for group or independent study in the city centre. They are under the Innovation Centre.

Graduate Centre

If you're a postgraduate student, you can use your library card to access the Graduate Centre. There is a flexible working social space and kitchen.

Setting up your email and devices

How to get connected to the internet at University locations, set up your devices and get help with IT.

Connecting to Wi-Fi

How to connect your computer, phone, tablet or console to the University's Wi-Fi, whether you are a student, member of staff or visitor.