This is the place students should come to for all essential information relating to the University and Covid-19.
University students and staff must not park at the American Museum or the Bath Cats & Dogs Home. Please walk, cycle or use public transport to get to campus.
If you are self-isolating for any reason, you must tell us. Find out what support is available to you and how you can continue your academic studies.
Grants of up to £1K are available to help our community reduce carbon emissions on campus.
Book your appointment to ‘grab a jab’ right here on campus. First and second doses are available from Thursday 28 October.
Find out about the services and facilities available to you for study, activities, and support at our city centre student hub.
What to do if you, someone you live with, or your close contact, has any symptoms or gets a positive result from an LFD or PCR test.
Find out if you are eligible for support during quarantine, how we can help you and how to book your accommodation, testing and transport.
October marks Black History Month in the UK. Each year, various teams across University host a number of activities, events and seminars.
Two students in the Faculty of Engineering and Design have set up the group to connect Black students across the faculty, and improve student experience at Bath
Guidelines and support if you travel abroad, or travel to Bath from another country. Updated 13 October 2021.
If you're a taught student and are a carer, or have a disability or Covid-vulnerability, you may feel that you need to study remotely in the short term.
Find out how to stay safe and reduce the risk of coronavirus (Covid-19) infection at the University. (Updated 19 October 2021)