The University of Bath will be opening its doors to prospective students and their families on 15 September between 9.30am and 4pm at its Claverton campus.
The open day is designed to provide prospective students and their families with an opportunity to visit the University and help them decide where they want to live and study.
The Open Day offers a chance to:
Get to know the University
Open Days are the perfect opportunity to get a feel for what it’s like to study and live in Bath, and to find out why the university is ranked 6th in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2019.
Check out the accommodation
Visit the campus and city accommodation. Student Ambassadors are available to guide visitors around answer questions about what it’s like to live and study there, as well as the facilities available and the costs.
Visit the Students’ Union
The Students’ Union building is the social hub of campus. Its lively bar and club are great places to meet with friends. The Open days offers the chance to chat with students from societies and learn about what they offer.
Find out different ways you can experience the University
As well as the fun stuff, the Students’ Union (SU) offers a great source of advice and support. Visitors can meet SU staff and learn about how they help students make the most of their time here.
Take a tour of the library
At the centre of campus, The Library is one of the most important facilities for all students during their studies.
Explore the sports facilities
Whatever a student’s sporting ability, they can use the Sports Training Village (STV) while they are studying at the university. This includes us of the Olympic Legacy swimming pool, the fully-equipped gym and the indoor and outdoor courts and pitches.
Talk with students and staff
Throughout the day, visitors will have many opportunities to meet current students. They’re the best people to give potential students an idea of what studying and living at the university is really like.
Visitors can meet academic, admissions and support staff, and students at the Information Fair. They’ll be happy to answer any questions about courses, accommodation and the support offered.