We are looking forward to warmly welcoming you to Bath from September 2021.
Covid-19 information for students
This is the place students should come to for all essential information relating to the University and Covid-19.
Information on how to get the vaccinations, including for international students and those registered with GPs in England, Northern Ireland, Wales or Scotland.
You can collect your home test kits from the Sports Training Village seven days a week. Updated 16 July 2021.
What to do if someone is not following the government and University rules around Covid-19 (updated 21 January 2021).
Daily updates on confirmed cases within the University community.
Guidance on what to do if you develop symptoms of Covid-19.
Find out how to stay safe and reduce the risk of Coronavirus (Covid-19) infection at the University.
Visit the Doctoral College website for all the latest information, advice and guidance.
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.
Guidance for overseas travel from the UK, travel into the UK from overseas, quarantine rules and PCR tests for travellers.
The Shared Living Agreement is a set of guidelines that you and your housemates agree to follow during your time living in student accommodation.
What to do if someone is not following the government and University rules around Coronavirus (Covid-19).
Guidance on when and where you are required to wear face coverings. Updated on 25 March 2021.
You can study with your peers or independently in a number of places on campus or in the city centre, whether you're an undergraduate or postgraduate student.
The steps you need to take to ensure you are set up for blended learning.
What to do if you need to study remotely for a Covid-19 related reason, or if you are returning from studying remotely to on-campus teaching.
The University's overall approach to ‘no-detriment’ measures for assessments in 2020/21
The latest information on facilities and services on our Claverton campus.
How to get to the city of Bath and the University campus, including information on buses, cycling and walking.
Visit the campus travel blog for the latest updates on travel in Bath and the local area.
This Outbreak Management Plan sets out a framework for dealing with one or more cases of Covid-19 amongst the University community.
We provide help and support to all students.
The Chaplaincy and Muslim Prayer Room on campus are closed, but there is still a presence of inclusive and holistic care on campus through Student Services.
The University of Bath's Security team is here to help at all times; 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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 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.
The University is pleased to announce a fast-track hardship fund for students who have experienced hardship as a result of self isolating.