Register online so you can use University facilities, get into buildings around campus and start your studies.
Information for new undergraduate Economics students
What you need to know for your busy first few weeks as an undergraduate student.
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.
We will never ask for your login details or personal information by email. If you get an email like this, it could be an attempt at fraud known as 'phishing'.
The main passenger drop-off and pick-up point for buses to and from the University is near the east entrance to the Parade.
The SU (students' union) building houses the SU and their offices, the Student Centre, food outlets and the campus pub and nightclub.
Open to staff, students and the public. The STV facilities include a gym, Olympic Legacy swimming pool, athletics track, pitches and courts.
The Library is at the centre of our campus and open 24 hours a day. Several services are available in the building, including the Security Desk.
The Roper Centre in 4 West is home to a range of student support services.
Student Finance Office can help you with questions about tuition fees, loans and payments of scholarships and bursaries.
We run Welcome Week events for all new international students. We'll help you settle into your life at Bath and get to know other students.
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.
If you have an international fee status, you must attend a document checking session to complete your registration.
Learn more about daily life and culture in the UK, including holidays, religion, driving and healthcare.
Before you start university, make sure you can get medical treatment while you are in the UK.