Find out from our students what it is like to study in our different departments.
Engineering and design undergraduate virtual experience
Get to know our courses, facilities and students without having to step foot on campus.
Meet some of our staff and students in the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering and get a taste of life in the studio.
Take a student-led tour of the mechanical engineering labs and facilities for undergraduate students.
Undergraduate student, Emily Stimpson, shows us the undergraduate labs and facilities in the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering.
Take a tour of our chemical engineering undergraduate laboratories, including an introduction to the techniques and equipment you could use during your degree.
Find out what facilities, laboratories and equipment you could use as a civil engineering student at Bath.
Put your theory into practice with a year-long, paid placement during your engineering degree. You could earn between £16,000 and £25,000.
Find out about the benefits of integrating professional practice with academic studies, and how it could make your journey to becoming an architect easier.
Mechanical Engineering student, Felix O'Keffee, spent a year on placement working at Crux Product Design.
Civil Engineering student, Heba Tabidi, spent a year working as a Civil Structures Industrial Trainee at Arup.
Sam Lewis is spending his placement year working as an Engineering Intern at Patheon, a contract development and manufacturing organisation.
Justin Bean’s RIBA Bronze Medal winning design for a hotel built around an electrical substation, aims to explore our complex relationship with technology.
Joshua Olaleye built a guided vehicle to compete in our mouse race group project, where the challenge is to complete a circuit in the fastest time.
For their first project at university, architecture and civil engineering students Isobel, Greg and Arun, designed and built a cantilever structure.
For his research project, chemical engineering student Luke Wilson investigated how to reduce the size and cost of an enzymatic biofuel cell.
During our group design and business project students pitch their ideas to our Industrial Advisory Board in a Dragons' Den style event.
Our student-led competition teams design, build and race a range of fuel, electric and autonomous vehicles each year, competing in the UK and worldwide.
Sam Chung is the first in his family to go to university. He tells us how he's found life studying mechanical engineering at Bath.
Patrick McLaughlin spent his placement year working as a Systems Engineer at the Centre for Modelling & Simulation.
Nadia Domanski tells us how her experience of project managing the build of an electric superbike improved her confidence and helped her secure a graduate job.
From Oxford station to Waterloo station. After working on our flagship design project, the Basil Spence competition, Gemma Andrews is ready to begin her career.
Our architecture and engineering students talk us through their typical day studying at Bath. The challenge? They only have 60 seconds to do it in.
Oruese Omoru explains why he chose to study chemical engineering and how the University of Bath has set him up for the future.
Nia Simpson is taking her final-year mechanical engineering project, the Compact Cane, to the commercial market.
Chemical engineering graduate, Jack Jones, has developed an innovative toilet design and waste recycling process to improve living conditions at Kakuma.
William Arnold, Young Structural Engineering Professional of the Year 2017, reflects on his career in civil engineering and his time studying at Bath.
As a Space Systems Engineer at Thales Alenia Space, Andrew Bacon is designing future space missions and developing new technologies to measure climate change.
Jenny Cane, Aerospace Engineering graduate, discusses her career since completing her course at the University of Bath.
Architecture graduate, Lin Qi, shares her career surprises along the route from leaving the University of Bath to working on HS2.
Take on the challenge of designing and building the world in which we live and work, in a sustainable way that is fit for the future.
Chemical engineers change the world by transforming ideas into products and services in an ethical, safe, responsible and efficient way.
You’ll discover the technology behind communications, healthcare, transport and energy to advance the next generation of applications, products and devices.
Test the limits of what is possible, by bringing together creativity with maths and physics to design and manufacture machines, technologies and systems.