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Funding timeline for 2015 entry. 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.

What happens on the undergraduate Open Day

Information Fair. Undergraduate. 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.

Erasmus study exchange programme

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! Department, organisation and sport scholarships. Income-related scholarships. You will be considered for these scholarships based on your household income, academic achievements and other relevant eligibility criteria.

Income-related scholarships

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. Undergraduate applicants. Our 2015 bursary scheme will generously fund new UK students from lowest income families.

Undergraduate applicants

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. How to Apply. Applications for 2016 entry open in mid September 2015 and must be submitted by 15 January 2016.

How to Apply

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. 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.

Tuition fees 2014

Home/EU/Island fees for students starting in 2015 These fee levels have been approved by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA). Full-time. Admissions Information. Please find below information relating to applying to a programme of study.

Admissions Information

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. 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.

Entry requirements for Architecture

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). 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.

More detail on Architecture

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.