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Department of Social & Policy Sciences 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 an academic from 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.

When will the course webinars take place?

Find out more about when a webinar for your course will take place.

Choosing Social Sciences

Eszter, Adam and Rebecca's story

Students Eszter Saghy (BSc Social Policy), Adam Robinson (BSc Sociology and Social Policy) and Rebecca Barr (BSc Social Sciences) share their experiences of studying their chosen social & policy sciences degree at the University of Bath.

Choosing International Development

Zaynah and Andre’s story

BSc International Development with Economics students Andre Vassilev and Nabaa Zaynah share what inspired them to study this undergraduate degree.

Get in touch with a current Social & Policy Sciences student

To ask a question about what it's like to study with us, you can email a current student.

Chloe, one of our ask a student volunteers

Chloe is currently in her 1st year of BSc Criminology. She also loves art and fashion, as well as reading and watching documentaries about crime

Natasha, one of our ask a student volunteers

Natasha is currently in her 2nd year of International Development with BSc Economics. She is currently secretary for STAR (Student Action for Refugees).

Holly, one of our ask a student volunteers

Holly is currently in her final year of BSc Social Sciences. She is currently working on her dissertation and preparing to apply for a master's degree.

Read our student blogs

Finding out about current students' experiences of their course is a great way to find out more about studying at Bath.

Read Joelle's blog about why she chose to study sociology at Bath.

Read more of our students' blogs
Joelle studying with another student

Living and studying at Bath

Find out more about what our students think about living and studying at Bath

A view of the lake at the campus at the University of Bath

Our Sports Training Village

When you study at Bath, you'll have access to our recently renovated £35 million Sports Training Village. Our wide range of facilities include an olympic-sized London 2012 Legacy Pool, high performance and general fitness gyms and an outdoor floodlit 400m athletics track.

Watch our video about our Sports Training Village

Living in Bath

Students make up around a quarter of the city of Bath's population. Find out what Bath and the South West have to offer you as a student living here.

Watch our video about what our students think about living in Bath

See where you could be living if you study at Bath

There are several different on-campus accommodation options available if you choose to study here.

Watch our video about accommodation on campus

Contact the Department

Contact us if you have any questions about our courses or Applicant Visit Days.