Library and study
Situated in the centre of campus, the Library provides a variety of study spaces for group, individual and quiet work. With 1500 study spaces, over 500 PCs, power points, copy, print, scanning facilities and wireless networking throughout, you’ll be able to find a place to study that suits you best. There are also four Learning Commons across the University, which are open-plan study areas for students. https://www.bath.ac.uk/library/
We provide students with support and guidance, including therapeutic services and mental health, disability support, money management and international student advice. Click here
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At the heart of student life, the SU at the University of Bath
is a registered charity run by students, for students. There are over 160 student groups you can join covering a wide range of areas including sport, societies and enterprise. The SU organises many activities to help you make the most of your time at Bath, including Freshers’ Week and the Summer Ball.
Our arts centre, The Edge, is a cutting-edge hub for performance and cultural events. Here you’ll find opportunities to participate in arts, collaboration, and creative practice using top-class facilities. You can sign up to a variety of creative clubs and societies through the Students' Union.
The Careers Service team is available to offer careers information, advice and guidance to students, researchers and graduates. We also work closely with employers, helping them to connect with our students and recent graduates.
We guarantee accommodation to all our full time first-year undergraduate students provided that you make us your firm choice via UCAS and you apply for accommodation before our accommodation deadline. We offer a range of rooms and set-ups to suit different budgets, living styles and needs. Once you’ve accepted Bath as your firm choice, you can apply for accommodation from early May in your year of entry.
Three quarters of our first year accommodation is campus-based and the rest is based in the City Centre. You can find out more about our accommodation, and use 360 degree tours to explore the rooms at: https://go.bath.ac.uk/student-accommodation
Bath is a lively, friendly, and historic city, surrounded by beautiful countryside. The city is home to global businesses and start-up companies, so you can find local employment opportunities while you study and when you graduate. Bath is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list twice; for its historic architecture and as one of the Great Spas of Europe.
Small enough to explore on foot, you can discover its beautiful stone buildings and the natural hot springs which gave the city its name. Indulge yourself in year-round arts festivals, museums, galleries and the spa and get involved with the local community with our great volunteering opportunities.