From scholarships to wellbeing support, volunteering to research and teaching, Bath has been recognised for its efforts to welcome refugee and asylum students.
Sanctuary at Bath
More people than ever are forced to flee conflict and persecution to find safety and sanctuary. Find out how we're working to help refugees and asylum seekers.
Bath STAR awarded STAR Campaigning Award 22-23.
The Programme has finished its first successful semester, further solidifying the relationship between Bath and Luhansk Taras Shevchenko National University.
Twinning is a meaningful and sustainable way to support Ukrainian universities through institution-to-institution collaboration.
Find out about the annual studentship for candidates who hold Refugee, Humanitarian Protection, or Asylum Seeker status in the UK and check if you are eligible.
Students from forced migration backgrounds share information about teams and web pages they’ve found helpful, including videos with people who are here to help.
If you're a refugee, asylum seeker or have limited leave to remain in the UK, there may be support available to help finance your studies.
In this video series, Bath Alumnus, Mohammad, talks about his experiences of studying at Bath, and how his Sanctuary Scholarship helped him achieve his goals.
Students from forced migration backgrounds, share their experiences and tips to help future students adapt and make the most of life at university.
From teenage midwife in the midst of the Syrian civil war, to Biomedical Sciences student at the University of Bath; Ghazala shares her incredible journey.
After a decade living in a refugee camp, Noorullah Kuchai is now part of a team at Bath designing healthy housing for the displaced.
We speak to Masters in International Relations student, Habib Wardak, about what the Sanctuary scholarship and what it means to him.
Develop in-depth understanding and specialist skills in contemporary development issues, peacebuilding, conflict analysis, and humanitarian response.
Develop the skills and understanding to tackle the global challenges of development, social justice and sustainability.
Develop a critical understanding of conflict and humanitarian crises in this distance learning course. Gain skills in peacebuilding and humanitarian response.
The Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences offers one year full-time or two year part-time taught postgraduate courses in International Development.
Learn more about some of the organisations where our undergraduate and postgraduate students have recently/currently undertaken placements.
We research the drivers of conflict and the individual and collective responses to them, paying particular attention to those who are rendered most vulnerable
Learn more about the work our researchers are doing to highlight and solve the challenges faced by displaced people overseas and in the UK.
Our interdisciplinary and collaborative researchers engage with international development policy and practice.
We explore how to counter violence through open and engaged educational practices. Our aim is to help society rethink how violence operates in the modern world.
Run by our students, Bath STAR supports refugees and asylum seekers in the local community by volunteering, campaigning and raising awareness of refugee issues.
The University works closely with Bath Welcomes Refugees, a charity facilitating the settlement and the path to independence of those seeking refuge in Bath.
Learn more about University of Bath student charity spin-out ‘The Washing Machine Project’
Masters students Hira Aftab and Maryam Khan want ‘Our World Too’ to highlight the stories of individuals who have been forced to flee homes in search of safety
An offshoot of Amnesty International, working to bring more awareness to human rights issues and fight for justice both internationally and locally.