Dear overseas partners,
Welcome to the April 2022 edition of the University of Bath Agents' Newsletter.
We hope you are keeping safe and well in these challenging times.
This month, take a look at our new 2023 undergraduate prospectus, explore our virtual events and read our international student blogs. Our UG Admissions Team also has an update on the latest undergraduate admissions information. Explore the table of contents below to make sure you don't miss any important updates.
Please share this among your teams and with all those involved in counselling prospective students. If you have any questions, please contact Louise in the PGT Recruitment Team: email@example.com
2023 Undergraduate Prospectus^
Our new undergraduate prospectus for 2023 entry is now available.
This includes the new BSc Accounting and Management (three and four year versions) designed for students looking to develop both management and specialised accounting knowledge. Unlike BSc Accounting and Finance, this new course does not require Mathematics A-level (or equivalent).
Undergraduate Admissions Update^
We have received a higher number of undergraduate applications than ever before. We are processing decisions as quickly as possible, some of which will be disappointing. We continue to communicate with applicants to keep them informed and updated, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience. Our aim is to advise all applicants by the end of April (for those who applied by the January UCAS deadline).
Due to the number of applications we have received, we have closed many courses to new applications. This is advertised on UCAS and our online prospectus. Any current course vacancies are likely to change, so if you have a student who is considering the University of Bath, and a course is open, we strongly recommend acting now to avoid disappointment.
Should your students hold a conditional offer to study with us, please encourage them to undertake English tests (if required) and upload any results that have been awarded.
Where can a chemistry degree from Bath take you? Explore the varied and exciting range of careers following a chemistry degree from Bath. Find out more.
Master’s degrees designed to help you find a future in the automotive sector Explore our new automotive master's courses, designed to develop the skills that industry needs. Find out more.
School of Management MSc Careers Support Master's students in the School of Management receive personalised career support from our dedicated careers team including specialist support for international students, whether they’re searching for jobs in the UK or internationally. Find out what our graduates said about our careers support.
Explore our Virtual Events^
Our virtual events allow students to find out more about the University of Bath from wherever they are in the world. Our upcoming events include:
- Webinar: Which UG physics course is right for you?
- Postgraduate Employability Day
- MBA Masterclass 'Driving Success Through Good Project Management'
- Mandarin Master’s Webinar
- Postgraduate Virtual Open Day
- Undergraduate Virtual Open Weeks
Master’s Scholarships Deadline^
The next deadline to apply for our master’s scholarships is 25 April 2022. We have a number of funding schemes open to UK and International applicants who have received an offer to study one of our master’s courses starting in 2022. Find out more.
While we look forward to welcoming international students to our pre-sessional programmes in-person on-campus in 2022, we understand that global events and restrictions may mean that you need to study online. We are therefore fully prepared for both modes of delivery (online and on-campus).
Both online and on-campus courses offer an equally high-quality experience. Whichever option you choose, you will benefit from live taught sessions, interaction with peers, personalised feedback, and a full programme of activities that help you to fully integrate into life as a University of Bath student.
Find out more about:
- In-person PSE programme and course delivery
- ‘Standalone’ and ‘combined’ pathways and how to apply
- Entry requirements
Further information about our online pre-sessional course and how to apply will be available shortly. We will write to you when this information is available.
Please note, students who need a pre-sessional via a standalone pathway who are planning to study on-campus must present a Secure English Language Test (SELT). All standalone pathway students will need to apply for a visa for their degree programme after they have successfully completed the pre-sessional course. Our Student Immigration Service will support students through the process of obtaining a visa.
Please send requests for combined offers to the relevant admissions team. You cannot study the pre-sessional online with a combined offer. If you have any questions, please do contact our Pre-sessional Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why not read and explore our international student stories:
- Finding a new home as an international student
- The Chinese Community at Bath University
- How to save money as an international student
- An unconventional career path: how environmental design lead me to consultancy
As we enter Spring in the UK, our city and campus are enjoying some stunning warmer weather!