Located on a parkland campus one mile from the centre of the 2000 year-old city, the University of Bath offers study opportunities in Engineering and Design, Humanities and Social Sciences, Management and the Sciences. Ranked 3rd in the UK Sunday Times University Guide and recently voted number one by students in the National Student Survey, Bath is a popular destination for students from over 100 countries.
Our programs link closely into business, industry and public sector employment. More than 60% of undergraduate students undertake a work placement as part of their degree, contributing to Bath's outstanding record for employment of its graduates. We also offer study abroad opportunities.
The campus boasts a 24hr library and Learning Centre, excellent teaching and research facilities and a world-class sport training village, which hosts Olympic athletes, as well as being a resource for students and the local community. The city of Bath is renowned for being a safe, friendly and cosmopolitan place and being only 90 minutes by train from London means that trips to the capital are easy to make.
If you are interested in joining our community of over 3000 international students then see our website: www.bath.ac.uk
Architecture and Civil EngineeringChemical EngineeringElectronic and Electrical EngineeringMechanical Engineering (ink Automotive and Aerospace)EconomicsEducation (ink TESOL)Health Sciences (ink Sport and Exercise Science)International DevelopmentEuropean Studies and Modern Languages (ink Interpreting and Translating)Politics and International RelationsPsychologySocial and Policy SciencesManagement (inc AMBA and EQUIS accredited MBA)Biology and BiochemistryChemistryComputer ScienceMathematics and StatisticsNatural SciencesPhysicsPharmacy and Pharmacology
Application process and requirements
Undergraduate applications are through the UK national application system - UCAS (www.ucas.com)Postgraduate applications directly via our website:http://www.bath.ac.uk/study/pg/apply
A number of degrees are accredited by UK professional bodies
Partial scholarships are available for some undergraduate programs and all Masters degrees. Full and partial scholarships are offered for PhD studies. Generally students should apply for admission to the University first and then they will be considered for any available funding.