We’re delighted you’re applying to study with us. The process is different based on your location and mode of study. Here’s what you need to do.

UCAS applicants

If you fit the following criteria, you’ll need to apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS):

  • You’re applying directly out of sixth form or college;
  • You want to study full-time;
  • You don’t already hold an undergraduate qualification and are from the UK, EU or Channel Islands.

The official UCAS deadline for 2017/18 applications to any course: 15 January 2017.

You’ll need some information from your course's webpage, including Bath Spa University’s institution code: BASPA B20.

Read more about how to apply through UCAS or just get started. You’ll need to register or login to the UCAS site.  

Apply via UCAS

International applicants

You can apply for one of our undergraduate courses online from the course’s webpage. You’ll be asked to create an online account.

Don’t have time to complete your whole application? Don’t worry, you can save your application and come back to it at anytime.

Alternatively, you can also apply via UCAS.

Entry requirements are listed on the course pages. If you don’t hold a first degree you may be required to provide additional evidence to support your application. Please see our international webpages for more information for international students, including entry requirements and visa advice specific to your country.

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Applying for part-time study

If you’d like to study part-time, you’ll need to apply online directly with us, rather than through UCAS.  

Click the 'apply now' button on the webpage for the course you’d like to study.

Already hold an undergraduate degree?

If you already have a degree or higher qualification than that for which you are applying, your fee requirements may be different, due to the way government University funding is distributed. Please check the Equivalent or Lower Qualification (ELQ) policy for more details.

This also applies to students who progress to the third year of study, following completion of a Foundation Degree. Please note that Foundation Degrees are currently exempt from higher fees.

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