Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies Applicant Visit Day
Find out more about what it's like studying with us at one of our course webinars.
Join us at a course webinar
Based on recent guidance from the Government relating to coronavirus (Covid-19), we are unable to invite you to visit our campus in person. So, to help you find out more about your course and the University, we are holding a series of course webinars for our offer holders to try and give you as best an experience as possible and help you make informed choices in these unprecedented times.
What does the webinar involve?
The aim of the events is to help you in your decision making. It will be run by the Admissions Tutor for your chosen course, who will talk about the subject and what it's like to study at Bath. You'll also get a chance to ask questions about the course and the University at the end of the presentation.
Each webinar lasts for around an hour including a Q&A session. You'll be able to watch it again in your own time once the presentation has finished. See information below for when your course will be holding a webinar.
Andy is a Modern Languages student studying Spanish and Italian. He is currently the lead peer mentor for his course.
Gádor Ramos Sanchez studies Politics and Russian. She is in her final year having just finished a study year abroad.
James is studying Politics and International Relations. He enjoys getting involved with different aspects of the University.
Muhammad is a Politics with Economics student. He is an international student and is Chair of the Bath University Model United Nations Society.
You can find out more about our student's stories by reading their blogs.
When are the Live Chats?
There are separate chats depending on if you are a UK or international offer holder, and you'll need to register to take part.
UK offer holders
- 16:00 to 18:00 (BST) Monday 20 April
EU and international offer holders
- 10:00 to 13:00 (BST) Tuesday 21 April
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