Open Days, visits, and campus tours
Explore our campus, meet staff and students, and learn what it's like to study at Bath.
Choose from over 190 undergraduate degrees in subjects including engineering, humanities, management, science and social science.
We're highly ranked in independent league tables for overall performance, student satisfaction and graduate employment; we’re a university that's well-placed to help you succeed.
There are lots of ways to find out what it's like to live and study in Bath. You can come to an Open Day, visit our undergraduate virtual experience, or chat with some of our current students.
Explore our campus, meet staff and students, and learn what it's like to study at Bath.
A residential programme for Year 12 students looking to apply for undergraduate courses at Bath starting from September 2024.
Take a virtual tour of our campus, including the student accommodation buildings, teaching rooms, laboratories, and Sports Training Village.
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.
Ask us your questions about courses and university life at Bath.
Choose a first degree that fascinates you and prepares you for your future. Find out how our expert teaching, carefully designed courses and academic skills support contribute to your learning experience at Bath.
On most of our undergraduate courses, you can choose to include work placements, study abroad, and optional units, helping you make the most of your degree.
Whether you're studying for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree, you’ll be taught by leading academics in an environment of innovation and discovery.
Use our study spaces, labs, specialist facilities, and support services to work towards achieving your academic potential.
If you study at Bath, we will help you to become a strong, independent learner so you get the most out of your studies and secure the future you want.
How we'll provide your teaching and learning so you gain the skills, knowledge, and experience you’ll need for the next steps in your career.
Whatever you plan to do after university, you’ll find the employment support you need to reach your goals at Bath. Find out about your options for placements, internships, careers and studying abroad.
Make the most of your opportunities at Bath to get the experience and skills you need to start your future career.
Choose an undergraduate placement degree from Bath to gain valuable work experience and make contacts for your future career.
Take the option to study at one of our partner universities for one or two semesters and get valuable international experience.
Our campus and student accommodation play a huge part in bringing together the University community. Find out more about life on campus and in the city.
Find out about the types of undergraduate student accommodation available to help you to choose where to live.
Find out what it's like to live in Bath and the South West while you study for your degree.
Bath offers one of the safest campuses and cities in the UK. Find out what out Security team does to make your time at the University as safe as possible.
What you need to know before you apply for undergraduate student accommodation.
The University's restaurants, bars, cafes and shops on campus.
At Bath, you’ll be part of a community that looks out for each other. Find out about the support services you can access to make the most of your university experience.
You can get advice, support, and guidance on an academic and personal level throughout your studies at Bath.
Whether you're studying for an undergraduate, taught postgraduate, or doctoral degree, your fellow students can help you settle into university life.
The Disability Service can provide advice and support for applicants and current students and information to staff.
We provide students with support and guidance, including counselling and mental health, disability support, money management and international student advice.
The Money Advice team offers practical advice on managing money, funding and sourcing additional income during drop-in sessions and appointments.
The Students' Union Advice & Support Centre is here to guide and support you with any problems you may have during your time at Bath.
Read about the experience of belonging at Bath from some of our current students.
By taking up a leadership role as part of a Vertically Integrated Project (VIP), Jian developed key transferrable skills to prepare him for the workplace.
Leaving home and your country can be a daunting prospect. International student, Emilia, talks about how the University helped her feel at home.
Taking a chance on the Student's Union Salsa Society transformed Sophie Mason's social life and studies at Bath.
Your time at university shouldn’t be affected by money worries. Learn more about tuition fees so you understand what you’re getting for your money and find out about the funding you may be eligible for while studying at Bath.
What you need to budget for when you come to university, including fees, living costs, and study costs.
See the scholarships and bursaries available at Bath and find out whether you could be considered for funding to help towards the costs of undergraduate study.
If you are studying an undergraduate course, you may be able to take out a loan for your tuition fees and living costs.
How the University determines your fee status and how this affects the tuition fees you pay.
When you come to the University, you may have to pay for some things that your tuition fees do not cover.
Your tuition fees pay for more than just your tuition. Find out how we spend your fees to help you get the most out of your time at Bath.
We have a diverse community of students and staff ready to welcome you to Bath. Find out about the support available to help you settle in and succeed in your studies, and all the ways you can make new friends in the UK.
The International Support Service offers practical advice, information, and support to international students.
The International Foundation Year is a one-year course, beginning in September, which will prepare you for entry onto your chosen degree.
We provide advice and information on 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.
Find out how to apply and how the Student Immigration Service can support your EU Settlement Scheme application.
The SU connects cultures through socials, support and representation to improve the international student experience.
At Bath, there are lots of ways to pursue your passions, meet like-minded people, and learn new skills. Find out about The SU, our sports facilities, and our arts centre, The Edge.
Explore your interests and make friends at Bath. Join societies and sports clubs, take an art class, or become a volunteer or student representative.
You can take part in a wide range of sports and make use of our state-of-the-art facilities, whatever your level or ability.
We provide opportunities to engage with creativity to develop skills, showcase talent, nurture wellbeing and inspire new thinking and ideas.
The SU helps students get the most from their time at Bath.
We're proud to have a student community that welcomes people of any nationality, age, and background. Find out how to apply for a course, access support from our Admissions team or take an alternative programme to strengthen your application.
How to apply for our undergraduate courses through UCAS, including specific advice for international applicants and mature students.
A strong personal statement makes all the difference when you're applying for an undergraduate course. It's essential that you plan and write yours carefully.
An online programme that can lead to an alternative offer for eligible students
Find out how an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) can improve your chances of getting an undergraduate place at university
If you're 21 or over and thinking about studying an undergraduate degree, find out how to apply for our courses as a mature student.
Find out about contextual offers, our dedicated Admissions Progression Team and how we use contextual data
Here are some key things you need to know before you apply for a place at Bath.
The standard terms and conditions of an offer of a place at Bath, representing the agreement between you and the University.
Our policy on student recruitment, selection and admissions for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study that lead to an award or qualification.
Your right to cancel your place at the University and how to do it.
Essential legal information for all applicants, including important terms and conditions and requirements.
How we will process your personal data if you are applying for an undergraduate course at Bath.
Other information that you may wish to refer to as a prospective or current student.
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.
Our Access Agreements set out how we intend to enhance access, student success and progression for under-represented and disadvantaged groups
The University of Bath was established on Claverton Down in Bath in 1966. We offer courses in engineering, humanities, management, science, and social science.
We are a campus university in South West England. Bath is only 1 hour and 25 minutes away from London by train.
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