Bachelor's and undergraduate master's courses starting in 2020.
Department for Health
We deliver highly-rated courses in sport, exercise and health, alongside research to promote wellbeing and enhance functional performance.
Our postgraduate taught courses combine academic excellence with flexible and innovative design and delivery.
Find out about life at Bath and studying our courses through Postgraduate Open Days, fairs and events.
Ronjan Bhattacharya explains his plans to continue working in sport following the MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Bath.
With plans to open her own gymnastics centre and compete at the Cheerleading World Championships held in Florida, Amy talks about her bright future in sports.
Hosting a former Olympian on a school visit was one of Adele's placement highlights when studying her undergraduate sports course.
We carry out high-quality research with a strong applied focus, promoting population health and wellbeing and the efficiency and quality of health services.
New research suggests that the 'BlueIce' app developed by Professor Paul Stallard could have a significant impact in reducing self-harm in young people.
A new study has suggests much more needs to be done to improve the evidence base for treating chronic pain in children.
Researchers at the University of Bath have developed a new way of designing and manufacturing bespoke prosthetic liners, in less than a day.
Does increasing our calcium intake affect our appetite hormones? Take part in our research study to help us get a better understanding of this.
We need volunteers to help us show that exercise can improve vitamin D levels and overall health, and that we don’t need to lose weight to get these benefits.
Get a free health check by taking part in our study on how various intensities of exercise can have an impact on nutrient handling after a meal.
We're looking for people who are interested in doing more physical activity to help us evaluate personalised feedback from wearable monitoring technology.
Researchers at the University will play a key role in UK public health, tackling the rise in conditions such as heart disease and poor mental health.
Building on the success of previous injury prevention work, our sports scientists are working with the BHA on a new project designed to improve rider safety.
A leading scholar in the field of leisure studies, Professor Simone Fullagar is one of 73 social scientists to become Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Taxes on the profits of Big Tobacco in the UK are being applied in a ‘wholly inadequate’ way claim the authors of a new study.
As part of 'STOP', our Tobacco Control Research Group has called on the World Health Organisation to block Big Tobacco efforts to influence policy.
Researchers will assess the movement forces on human lower limbs in low gravity settings using computer simulation and anti-gravity devices.