Funding timeline for 2015 entry | Undergraduate applicants. Programme & Unit Catalogues - University of Bath. Register your interest for the Open Day. What happens on the undergraduate Open Day. Our Ambassadors Look out for our Student Ambassadors in red T-shirts, who will welcome you, help you get your bearings and talk to you about life on campus. Information Fair The Information Fair is open from 9am to 4.30pm in the Sports Training Village. Arrival Our Open Days run from 9am to 4.30pm. You'll find Welcome Points in our West and East Car Parks outside the Library and at the bus stop. The Information Fair is the heart of the Open Day and is the place to pick up information, ask questions and meet staff from academia, admissions and support services.
Don't forget to talk to our current students - they're the best people to give you an idea of what living and studying here is actually like. Talks and tours We put on a range of talks and tours on the day. Booking on a talk or tour If you'd like to attend, please make sure you book in advance. You can watch the Choosing Bath talk online. Accommodation viewings Students' Union University isn't all about studying. Sports facilities tours. Undergraduate | Open Days 2014. Erasmus study exchange programme. “ Spending the year in Munich opened my eyes to how connected Europe is and just how many experiences there are out there.I have met new people and broadened my knowledge of cultures and the architecture to go with them.
I would highly recommend the programme. ”— Jonathan Crosthwaite, TU Munich, Germany “ Lyon is a great place to live and study, with lots of cultural events all year round. And you can easily travel to Paris, the Alps and the Mediterranean.The School of Architecture is similar to ACE in its emphasis on architecture with a tectonic intelligence.I enjoyed most of the units I took and I even had the opportunity to build a 1:1 prototype house! ”— Wyn Lloyd Jones, ENSA Lyon, France Students who have studied abroad demonstrate motivation, initiative and independence, plus a working knowledge of another language. Erasmus is the European Union's flagship educational exchange programme for Higher Education. When does the Erasmus Exchange Programme take place? Where can I study? Department, organisation and sport scholarships | Undergraduate applicants. Income-related scholarships | Undergraduate applicants. You will be considered for these scholarships based on your household income, academic achievements and other relevant eligibility criteria.
How do I apply? We will ask you to provide a supporting statement via your Bath Applicant Tracker around late May. You will be considered for all the schemes listed below, as appropriate, if you meet the eligibility criteria. Eligibility criteria you are a full-time UK* student on a campus-based undergraduate degree programme your student finance household income assessment is at, or below £42,620 you have entry grades of at least AAB at A Level or equivalent you do not already hold an honours degree you are not in receipt of a University of Bath bursary, National Scholarship Programme or other University of Bath scholarship. As part of our shortlisting process we may also take into account information if: However, meeting one of the criteria above is not essential to be selected for a scholarship.
Bursaries for 2015 entry | Undergraduate applicants. Our 2015 bursary scheme will generously fund new UK students from lowest income families. We will automatically assess your eligibility based on your government support household income assessment Bursaries These are available to UK students only. They are designed to help you with course costs or other living expenses and will be paid in instalments. Value £3,000* per year of study, including unpaid placements and study abroad periods (you will not be eligible for a bursary during paid placement periods). Eligibility You need to: be an eligible** UK student be registered on a full-time campus-based undergraduate or foundation degree programme and have a household income assessment of £20,000 or below. You must meet one or more of the following criteria: Bursaries for the Foundation Degree in Addictions Counselling If you are eligible you will receive: a £3,000 bursary in Year 1 and 2 Bursaries for the Honours year top up degree (franchised non-campus based)
How to Apply. Applications for 2016 entry open in mid September 2015 and must be submitted by 15 January 2016. If you apply after this date we will consider your application if places are still available. Please ensure you know when UCAS key dates are. You can apply online through UCAS for all undergraduate and full-time foundation degree programmes. UCAS applicants will need to provide: The course's UCAS code The institution code for the University of Bath, which is B16 If you are an international student please check any entry requirements for your country.
Part-time foundation degrees Follow the specific instructions on your chosen programme to apply for a part-time foundation degree. International Foundation Year International Foundation Year applicants should apply through the Bath Foundation Year website. You can keep track of your application through the UCAS website. Undergraduate | Tuition fees 2014. Your tuition fees and how you pay them will depend on whether you are a Home/EU/Island student or an Overseas student. Home/EU/Island fees for students starting in 2015 These fee levels have been approved by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA). Full-time The Student Finance Office has Information about fees charged in previous years along with fees you will be required to pay during any placement or study abroad period. Overseas tuition fees for students starting in 2015 Tuition fees are reviewed annually. The Student Finance Office has Information about fees charged in previous years along with fees you will be required to pay during any placement period Paying for your fees UK and EU students do not have to pay tuition fees upfront.
If you are a student from the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man entering your programme from 2012/13 onwards, you will be charged fees at the same rate as those paid by Home/EU students. Fee status. Admissions Information. Please find below information relating to applying to a programme of study. We advise that you check the information contained here.
If you have any further questions, ask Admissions. The Admissions Policy applies to all University of Bath degree programmes. It contains information and regulations relating to admissions. It also covers applicants to visiting or exchange schemes. Qualification reform and admissions at the University Please read our latest policy and guidance statement on changes to A levels and other qualification reforms. Standard terms and conditions of your offer The standard terms and conditions of your offer are a legal agreement between you and the University of Bath which set out your rights and responsibilities. Fee status How much you will pay for your programme of study depends on whether you are classified as a home/EU student or an overseas student. Disclosure and Barring Service The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is an executive agency of the Home Office.
University of Bath - Number One for Student Satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2014. Entry requirements for Architecture. Personal Statement Your personal statement should describe your motivation for choosing architecture and information about your relevant non-academic interests and achievements. You can demonstrate a commitment to the discipline by describing and reflecting on any related work experience you have carried out, books you may have read and notable buildings you have visited or been inspired by. Grades In order to be considered for Architecture you will need to have achieved or be predicted to achieve GCE A level grades of A*AA (or equivalent; see below for details).
Entry to the programme is very competitive and even if you meet the minimum entry requirements we cannot guarantee that you will be made an offer. Your application will be strengthened by: Portfolios & Art & Design Qualifications We do not require the submission of a portfolio as part of the selection process. Preferred subject combinations GCSE (or equivalent qualifications) requirements: English Language: A Levels Typical Offer: A*AA. More detail on Architecture. Subject aims The Department was founded on the ethos of providing students with the opportunity to develop holistic design skills through integrating the artistic and technical domains. Aims of the programme are based on: the acquisition of skills necessary to explore, interrogate and communicate architectural proposalsthe ability to control, manipulate and compose internal space and external formthe ability to integrate, within architectural proposals, principles of structural design, environmental design and sustainabilitya knowledge of materials and the detailed assembly of building elementsan understanding of the ways in which cultural, historical and socio-economic factors influence design decisions.
Following the BSc, we offer the MArch programme which prepares you for the RIBA part 2 exams and consists of 3 taught semesters and 1 placement semester. Teaching and learning Methods of assessment Units & programme structure Units for BSc (Hons) Architecture Four years (K100)