Bachelor's and undergraduate master's courses starting in 2022.
Sport and fitness
Our sports courses, innovative research, and first-class facilities help improve fitness, health and sporting techniques for people around the world.
Master's and postgraduate diploma courses starting in 2021.
We have several sports related scholarship schemes that you can apply to. Find out more about the funding available and eligibility.
Our Dual Career programme enables you to combine academic study alongside your own sporting career.
Students from our undergraduate sport courses discuss their experiences at the University.
The Mechanical Engineering student, who won two gold medals in Tokyo, explains how the University's backing and scholarship support helped him on his journey.
Read first-hand accounts of what it's like to be among the 1,500 students who represent Bath in the British Universities & Colleges Sport national competition.
The pass is included in your tuition fees, giving you priority booking and free access to many facilities. You can also join the Team Bath Gym at a discount.
The Sports Training Village is open to students, staff and the public seven days a week, offering something for everyone - check out the facilities you can use.
Explore the facilities available on campus including the 50m swimming pool, indoor tennis courts, sports hall, athletics track and pitches.
Building on the success of previous injury prevention work, our sports scientists are working with the BHA on a new project designed to improve rider safety.
People heading out on long runs should top up on carbohydrates before and during a race to reach the finish line as quickly as possible and not hit the wall.
Our work to improve player safety in rugby forms part of UUK's national #MadeAtUni campaign celebrating the transformational impact of UK universities.
Ex-England decathlete, Jamie Courtenay, talks about what inspired his PhD research into tissue engineering.
Young players can reduce injuries by over 70% with new balance, strength and movement exercises before matches and in training.
Dr Ken Bray explores the science and stats behind the penalty shoot-out and offers key tips for players.