Your right to cancel
Your contract with the University begins as soon as you accept your offer. If you want to cancel your place, you should do so within 14 days.
You have the right to cancel your acceptance of a firm or insurance offer. You do not have to give a reason for cancelling your place.
Getting a refund for your payments
If you cancel your place at the University within 14 days after accepting your offer, we will reimburse you for any payments you have made to the University. This includes a deposit for a postgraduate offer if you paid one.
If possible, we will reimburse you within 14 days of receiving your cancellation. We will refund the money using the same method you used to pay.
You can still cancel your place after the 14 day cancellation period, but you may not receive a refund. See the standard terms and conditions of:
How to cancel your place
You must tell us that you want to cancel your place in a clear, written statement.
If you need help making your statement clear, you can fill out the cancellation form and email it to the relevant contact for your level of study.
Cancelling an undergraduate offer
You can write to us by post or by email.
Our postal address is:
Wessex House 6.38
University of Bath
Bath BA2 7AY
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You must also change your details with UCAS to officially cancel your place.
Cancelling a postgraduate offer
- Faculty of Engineering & Design
- Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
- Faculty of Science
Cancelling a place on a pre-sessional course
Write to the Academic Skills Centre.
Cancelling an exchange or a visit
If you want to cancel your place as an exchange or visiting student to Bath, write to the International Mobility team.
Your statutory rights
Your right to cancel is a statutory right under the United Kingdom’s Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013.
Your statutory right of cancellation does not affect your right to withdraw from the University at other times, subject to any ongoing obligations you may have to the University as a result of your registration should you commence studies at Bath.