Register online so you can use University facilities, get into buildings around campus and start your studies.
Welcoming you to our doctoral community
If you are a new postgraduate student with Home or EU fee status, you must attend a document checking session to complete your registration.
If you have an international fee status, you must attend a document checking session to complete your registration.
If you are an international student you may need to register with the police. If you are already registered, you may wish to amend your details. Find out how.
Doing a research degree is a significant undertaking and can be challenging. Find out how you can access advice and support relevant to your needs.
Information on sources of funding and other financial advice and guidance for postgraduate taught and doctoral students.
Find out how your Peer Mentor can help you settle into university life.
The Doctoral College Handbook provides all you need to know about settling in, managing your doctorate and making the most of your time at Bath.
How to connect your computer, phone, tablet or console to the University's Wi-Fi, whether you are a student, member of staff or visitor.
Different ways that you can access and install your email and calendar on various devices.
You can download Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus to your own Windows computer, Mac, smartphone or tablet for free.
You can get help with your IT issues online, by phone or in person.
You can access your email, calendar, files and software from your own device as if you were using a campus computer from anywhere with an internet connection.
A useful checklist of things that might be discussed during the first few meetings between supervisor and student
Here you will find guidance and links to the forms that you will need to complete during the course of your doctoral studies.
The Research Data Service can provide advice on writing Data Management Plans, organising, storing, archiving, and sharing your data.
This compulsory induction event is a great way to meet your doctoral community and get all of the information you need to get started.
Find out everything you need to know about settling into the UK, Bath and the Doctoral College.
Come and find out how the Doctoral College can support you as a current doctoral student.
There are a number of ways for you to share your views and ensure your doctoral experience is the best it can be. Find out how you are represented at Bath.
The Postgraduate Association (PGA) represents and helps build community for nearly 4000 research and taught postgraduates at the University of Bath.
The Postgraduate Association and The SU (Students' Union) can offer support and partnership postgraduate groups or networks across the University.
Visit the Doctoral College for support and advice about doctoral study.
A dedicated study and social space for postgraduate students on the fourth and fifth floors of 10 West. Room 5.01 is a dedicated doctoral space.
Our city centre student hub and professional services building.
The Carpenter House Graduate Commons are for postgraduates for group or independent study in the city centre. They are under the Innovation Centre.