University of Bath

University of Bath

United Kingdom

Bath

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University of Bath Overview

Year of establishment

1886

Also Known As

UOB

University Address

Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, United Kingdom

University Ranking

251-300

No. of Campuses

1

Total International Students

5300+

Endowments Value

£7.6 million

Accommodation expenses

£107 - £212 per week

Meal expenses

£25 - £50 per week

On-Campus Accommodation

Yes

Average Estimated Annual Tuition Fee

£21,100 - £26,200

Admission Requirements

Admissions Deadlines

UCAS deadline -  January 2023

Size of Campus

200 acres

Alumni Worldwide

145,000+

Female to Male Ratio

53:47

Average GPA

3.17

Admission Intakes

September , January

Average Exam Score Requirement

IELTS : 7.0

TOEFL :100

PTE :69

Duolingo : 125

GMAT :600

About University of Bath

We received our Royal Charter in 1966 and are now established as a top 10 UK university with a reputation for research and teaching excellence.

The University of Bath is a public research university located in Bath, Somerset, United Kingdom. It received its royal charter in 1966, along with a number of other institutions following the Robbins Report. Like the University of Bristol and University of the West of England, Bath can trace its roots to the Merchant Venturers' Technical College, established in Bristol as a school in 1595 by the Society of Merchant Venturers. The university's main campus is located on Claverton Down, a site overlooking the city of Bath, and was purpose-built, constructed from 1964 in the modernist style of the time.

In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, 32% of Bath's submitted research activity achieved the highest possible classification of 4*, defined as world-leading in terms of originality, significance and rigour. 87% was graded 4*/3*, defined as world-leading/internationally excellent.[5] The annual income of the institution for 2017–18 was £287.9 million of which £37.0 million was from research grants and contracts, with an expenditure of £283.1 million.[2]

The university is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the Association of MBAs, the European Quality Improvement System, the European University Association, Universities UK and GW4.

University of Bath Accomodation

Allocation procedure for University accommodation
Getting a guaranteed place in accommodation

  • If you are eligible to apply for student accommodation you must submit your application before the deadline to be guaranteed a room.
  • For new overseas postgraduate and MA Contemporary European Studies (Euromasters) postgraduate students the deadline is 17 June.
  • For new undergraduates, exchange students and international foundation year students the deadline is 1 July.
  • If you have a disability or a diagnosed medical condition that affects your accommodation requirements, you must let us know in your accommodation application.
  • Applications received after the deadline will still be considered, but we cannot guarantee you a place.

How we allocate rooms
We only allocate you a room after your course offer changes to unconditional firm. Rooms are not allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Priority is not given to the date and time of application.

We allocate rooms according to:

  • Course offer status
  • Room type preference
  • Group gender preference
  • Additional preferences
  • Availability

The order in which rooms are allocated is randomly generated by our accommodation database.

We try to get you into one of your highest ranked room type preferences but in many cases this is not possible.

Room allocation always depends on the popularity of choices and the number of applicants.

Choosing your room preferences
You will need to choose ten room types when applying for your accommodation.

If you would like an en-suite room, we recommend that you list a maximum of three en-suite preferences.

En-suite rooms are very popular and the number of applications is always higher than the number of rooms available, especially for first-year undergraduates.

Selecting more en-suite options does not increase your chance of getting one, and could mean you are given a room not on your list of choices.

We recommend that you choose each of your ten preferences carefully, as you could be allocated any of them, and not just your top three.

Offering you a room
You should get an email with an offer of accommodation between late August and mid-September.

We ask that you do not contact us before 7 September, as it is likely that we'll still be in the process of allocating you a room.

Only one offer of accommodation will be made. You will need to read the offer of accommodation and make sure it is suitable for your needs.

Delays affecting your offer of accommodation
If there is a delay to your offer becoming unconditional firm it will be likely to affect your chances of getting your preferred room. Delays can include things like not achieving your offer grades and going through an appeal process.

If you are delayed, you can still get a room in University accommodation if you submitted your application before the deadline.

Accepting our offer
The offer email will have a link to the online portal, where you can follow instructions for how to accept or reject it.

Rejecting our offer
You do not have to accept our offer of accommodation. If you reject it, we may not be able to make you another offer unless there are special circumstances that we were unaware of at the time of allocation. Your next step may then be to find private housing.

Reviewing this procedure
We try to take on board feedback from applicants and operate as fairly as possible.

Fact & Figures

1971

Year of Establishment

19000

Total Students

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Health Sciences, Nursing and Emergency Services

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Pharmacology

Play a vital role in the discovery, development and testing of treatments to improve global health.

If you love lab work and are interested in health and disease but don't want to work in a patient-facing role, then this could be the course for you. Pharmacologists study the effects of drugs on the body – where they act, what they do, and their mechanism of action.

On the course, you’ll gain an integrated view of drug action linked to disease-related functions of the major organ systems. You’ll enhance your understanding of the fundamental principles of chemistry, biology and the physical sciences, and learn to apply these principles to specific problems in drug discovery.

36 month

Duration

$ 24500

Tuition

Health Sciences, Nursing and Emergency Services

Master of Pharmacy (Hons)

Pharmacists are at the front-line of the modern healthcare system. Experts in medicines design and use, they play a critical role in improving patient health.

You’ll gain a unique knowledge of both the scientific development and clinical use of medicines, equipping you with the skills for a rewarding career in pharmacy or pharmaceutical research.

By studying human biology and disease, pharmaceutical chemistry and physical sciences you’ll learn about the causes and progression of medical conditions and how drugs exert their effects. You'll also learn about the appropriate supply and administration of medications and the principles of monitoring treatment and disease progression.

Put your learning into practice

As a highly patient focussed profession, we put great emphasis on patient contact and clinical placements. Starting from year one, you’ll benefit from our excellent connections on placements with major teaching hospitals and community pharmacies.

You'll also have inter-professional sessions with medical, nursing, psychology and social work students to build confidence in your professional practice role.

Placement

In year four of your degree, you’ll undertake an extensive research project, studying alongside researchers in the Department or on a 12-week placement with an international partner organisation. There are placement opportunities available in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Brazil.

48 month

Duration

$ 24500

Tuition

Natural Sciences & Mathematics

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Chemistry

Learn practical and theoretical skills across all areas of chemistry, ready to tackle major challenges in a range of careers.

From addressing climate change, to developing new pharmaceuticals or tackling food security, chemistry is vital in modern day society.

This course has the broadest range of subjects of all our chemistry courses. In the first two years, you’ll study an introduction to all areas of chemistry, gaining the practical and theoretical skills needed to design experiments and test hypotheses. This includes understanding the theories of chemical behaviour and how they're applied.

36 month

Duration

$ 24500

Tuition

Natural Sciences & Mathematics

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biochemistry

Vital in addressing global health and environmental challenges, biochemistry explores the chemical processes of living organisms at a molecular level.

Combine your interests in biology and chemistry by applying chemical knowledge and techniques to study biological processes. You’ll learn what’s happening inside cells, how they communicate with each other, and use this to predict how molecules will interact.

36 month

Duration

$ 24500

Tuition

Natural Sciences & Mathematics

Master of Chemistry (Hons)

Learn practical and theoretical skills across all areas of chemistry, ready to tackle major challenges in a range of careers.

From addressing climate change, to developing new pharmaceuticals or tackling food security, chemistry is vital in modern day society.

This course has the broadest range of subjects of all our chemistry courses. In the first two years, you’ll study an introduction to all areas of chemistry, gaining the practical and theoretical skills needed to design experiments and test hypotheses. This includes understanding the theories of chemical behaviour and how they're applied.

48 month

Duration

$ 24500

Tuition

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