Bachelor's and undergraduate master's courses starting in 2024.
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 2024.
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.
The programme provides high-performing student-athletes at the University of Bath with support tailored to the needs and demands of their lifestyle.
Students from our undergraduate sport courses discuss their experiences at the University.
98% of our submitted research activity for Sport & Exercise Sciences, Leisure & Tourism was rated world-leading or internationally excellent in REF 2021.
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 tuition fees for University of Bath students, providing priority booking and free access to many sports facilities on campus.
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.
The Team Bath Gym & Fitness Centre has three gym zones, two studios and hosts dozens of exercise classes each week
Explore the facilities available on campus including the 50m swimming pool, indoor tennis courts, sports hall, athletics track and pitches.
The pentathlete, who studied and trains at the University of Bath, took a break during 2023 but has returned recharged and refocused on defending her crown
'Tom Dean Medal Machine' features celebrity interviews and behind-the-scenes insight into training from the University of Bath-based Olympic swimming champion
The tighthead prop, who has impressed in BUCS Super Rugby for the University men's 1st XV, is in contention for his first senior cap.
An England Rugby U20 captain, rising netball star and aspiring Olympians in athletics, rowing and swimming are the latest student-athletes to be supported.
The award celebrates the University's role in helping Team GB and ParalympicsGB athletes achieve their full performance potential
Full-time students can get discounted rates for the nine matches being played at the Sports Training Village during the new year
As France prepares to host the Rugby World Cup 2023, a new University of Bath - Mastercard report highlights ways in which the sport is a global force for good.
Learn how our research is helping to level the playing field, uncover hidden talent, reduce injuries and support the stars of the future.
New research shows how targeted sport for employability programmes in under-served communities are playing a key role in the face of the cost-of-living crisis.
The IMI has provided consultancy work for The FA to determine a mathematical equation for the most improbable wins of the Emirates FA Cup Third Round.
Our sports scientists have become embedded within British Skeleton’s Applied Science Programme as the team prepare for both Beijing 2022 and Milan Cortina 2026.
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.
Dr Bonnie Pang from our Department for Health writes for The Conversation.
The first event delivered by the Sport@Bath initiative took place this month showcasing Bath's sporting success across research, performance and education.
Four of the Faculty’s subject areas are among the top 100 in the world, according to the QS World University Rankings By Subject 2023.
Injury prevention experts at the University will partner with the University of Calgary (Canada) in a major project to improve player safety for girls’ rugby.
A new project, involving our researchers with partners in Canada and the US, aims to unpack the implications of big data in modern sports settings.
From September 2022, the University of Bath will launch a new distance-learning MSc in Football Medicine in association with FIFA.