This is the place students should come to for all essential information relating to the University and Covid-19.
The latest news about the release of results, following the exam and assessment period.
Virtual training sessions, peer assisted learning sessions, volunteering in the community and support networks contributed to winning this award.
Taking regular Covid tests when you don't have symptoms is an important tool in reducing the risk of transmission.
Book your appointment to ‘grab a jab’ on campus. First and second doses are available from Friday 24 September.
We’re offering a dedicated programme of support for the Class of 2021 to help with your next steps after completing your studies.
From 8pm on Monday 20 September the rear half of the East Car Park and the top four rows of the West Car Park will be closed to prepare for student arrivals.
The Student Art Pass gives you free or reduced-price entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historic houses across the UK, plus 50% off major exhibitions.
Read the latest updates from Academic Registry about the publication of the academic timetable for the 2021/22 academic year.
If you’re a taught international student and have issues with travel, visas or quarantine, tell us you need to study remotely until you can arrive in Bath.
Guidelines and support if you travel abroad, or travel to Bath from another country. Updated 9 August 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 6 September 2021)
October marks Black History Month in the UK. The conference aims to recognise the contribution and achievements of those with African or Caribbean heritage.
If you're considering studying a Master’s degree at the University of Bath in 2021 or beyond, attend a Live Chat event and get your questions answered.
History stopped the growth of women’s sport and we still feel that impact today.