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Studying at Bath as an international student
Discover what it's like to live and study at the University, from applying and funding your studies to joining our student community.
87% of our research is classed as world-leading or internationally excellent by the most recent Research Excellence Framework 2014
You can get advice, support, and guidance on an academic and personal level throughout your studies at Bath.
We can help you improve your English language and prepare you for the Cambridge English exam.
We provide help and support to all students.
The Disability Service can provide advice and support for applicants and current students and information to staff.
The Money Advice team offers practical advice on managing money, funding and sourcing additional income during drop-in sessions and appointments.
Learn about our undergraduate courses starting in September 2022, hear from our current students, and get a taste of what it's like to live in Bath.
Request a download of our master's prospectus and learn about our courses starting in September 2021.
Request a download of our master's prospectus in Mandarin and learn about our courses starting in September 2021.
If you can't come to visit us right now, there are other ways to connect with us and find out about our courses, campus and students.
We're unable to welcome you to campus right now, but in the meantime, get to know our courses, campus and students online.
Find out what it's like to study for a master's or doctoral degree at Bath at one of our online Postgraduate Open Days.
Take a virtual tour of our campus, including the student accommodation buildings, teaching rooms, laboratories, and Sports Training Village.
A free, online programme for Year 12 (or equivalent) international students during which you can find out what it's like to be a student at the University.
A series of webinars for Year 12 (or equivalent) international students to gain insight into being a student at the University of Bath.
International student, Godfrey, talks about how he applied to Bath and his first few weeks at the University.
International student Tiffany Zhang talks about her experiences of moving to Bath, meeting other Chinese students, and adapting to online lectures.
Cassidy Bayley shares her experience applying to Bath from South Africa and studying in the Department of Biology & Biochemistry.
How the University determines your fee status and how this affects the tuition fees you pay.
Home, EU and Overseas fees for courses and placements, with details of extra costs and payment methods.
We offer scholarships aimed at overseas students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement.
Find out about the scholarships, bursaries, and other funding available to master's students to help fund your studies at Bath.
You could be considered for a studentship or scholarship to help you study at Bath.
When you come to the University, you may have to pay for some things that your tuition fees do not cover.
How to apply for our undergraduate courses through UCAS, including specific advice for international applicants and mature students.
How to apply for our taught postgraduate courses and accept an offer.
Select a research programme and choose how you want to study. Find a supervisor and develop your own project or choose one of our academic-led projects.
The International Foundation Year is a one-year course, beginning in September, which will prepare you for entry onto your chosen degree.
We offer courses to help you improve your English and academic skills before you start your studies at Bath.
We provide support to prospective and current international students, on all matters to do with student visas and immigration.
Find out which visa type you need, how to apply, and how our Student Immigration Service can help you with your visa questions.
If you are a new postgraduate student with Home or EU fee status, you may be required to complete a document checking session before you can start your course.
UKCISA, UUK, the NUS and the British Council have created some films to answer your questions about studying in the UK as an EU national post 31 January 2020.
How prospective and current UK and EU students might be affected by Britain's exit from the EU.
Information on how leaving the European Union affects EU and EEA students, tuition fees and loans and studying abroad.
Essential legal information for all applicants, including important terms and conditions and requirements.
Our policy on student recruitment, selection and admissions for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study that lead to an award or qualification.
The standard terms and conditions of an offer of a place at Bath, representing the agreement between you and the University.
Postgraduate applicants should read these terms and conditions before deciding to accept our offer of admission.
Your right to cancel your place at the University and how to do it.
This plan outlines the arrangements for ensuring the quality and continuation of education for all undergraduate, taught postgraduates and doctoral students.
Procedure for students wishing to transfer onto courses offered by other higher education providers or who are wishing to transfer onto a course at Bath.