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Covid-19 information for students

This is the place students should come to for all essential information relating to the University and Covid-19.

Latest updates

We are regularly updating these pages and would encourage you to continue to check for information. The latest updates are highlighted below.

Coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccinations

Information on how to get the vaccinations, including for international students and those registered with GPs in England, Northern Ireland, Wales or Scotland.

Essential information for students

Need to know information for students, including what to do if you have symptoms, being safe on campus and outbreak management plans.

Exams and assessments

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Information about exams and assessments, including the exam schedule, where to find support and further guidance, and what to do if an assessment is affected.

Playing your role

Information on what we expect from our students and how you can play your role in keeping our community safe.

Learning and teaching

Information on our approach to learning and teaching.

Campus, facilities, travel and accommodation

The latest updates on what's happening on campus, available facilities, travel tips, and accommodation information.

Campus travel blog

Visit the campus travel blog for the latest updates on travel in Bath and the local area.

Support services

You can access a range of support services whatever guidelines are in place. Find out the latest information about how to access these services, including online support.


The University of Bath's Security team is here to help at all times; 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

SU support and advice

The Students' Union Advice & Support Centre is here to guide and support you with any problems you may have during your time at Bath.

Be Well – Talk Now

Be Well - Talk Now gives you access to support from an adviser by phone or live chat 24 hours a day to talk you through any problems you may have.

New hardship scheme for Covid-19

The University is pleased to announce a fast-track hardship fund for students who have experienced hardship as a result of self isolating.