How your donations have made a difference to our students, researchers and city.
Your support helps the University of Bath be the best it can be.
For many years generous donors have supported Bath students to overcome barriers to education.
A Gold Scholarship is so much more than just financial support: it’s a real sense of belonging at Bath.
Thanks to your support, our researchers are working to solve global problems.
A message of thanks from Dr Alexander Lunt.
How you're boosting sports, arts and awards on campus.
How you're helping student entrepreneurs to succeed.
Our programme of scholarships and bursaries helps more students than ever before engage in higher education.
Our University is about more than labs and lectures.
Find out more about this vital safety net.
Find out how Bath's brightest sports stars balance their studies with training at an elite level.
Your gifts give our students the opportunity to develop the entrepreneurship skills that are highly coveted by companies.
Our research changes people's lives for the better, from understanding Alzheimer’s to improving quality of life for those with arthritis.
Developing drugs to fight cancer, generating clean energy and improving food security are just some of our research projects.
Campus has grown steadily in the last 50 years, and in 2018 it gained an exciting new addition.
Take a look at the hands-on learning facility in action.
Our Centre for Sustainable and Circular Technologies is home to research that could change lives.
We are grateful to have an international community of donors in 40 countries. Here are just some of the ways your support goes beyond borders.
Donor and alumna Debbie talks about her time at Bath and why she supports students.
An innovative project from Bath MSc student Nav Sawhney to bring low-cost, manual washing machines to refugee camps will be piloted in Iraq from this week.
Your donations are helping the University to make a positive impact on a worldwide scale.
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.
Natural Sciences graduate Helen Mylne talks about her fascinating work researching elephants in Zimbabwe.