Campus tours

Undergraduate campus tours

Explore our unique campuses and find out more about Bath Spa.

Due to COVID-19 we're currently unable to offer in-person campus tours.

Virtual tours

Join one of our Student Ambassadors online to learn about our campuses, and ask questions about accommodation, student life and much more.

Virtual tours take place virtually on Tuesdays from 4pm-5pm and Saturdays from 10am-11am.

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You can also explore our campuses with our 360° virtual tours.

Thursday Talks

We're also offering a series of online talks to help you get to know more about life at Bath Spa. These will take place on Thursday evenings throughout March at 4pm-5pm. Session topics will be:

International opportunities (15 April)

This session will cover international placements and years abroad, how you can fund your trips abroad, and how you sign up for these opportunities. You'll hear from our International Placements team and students who have participated in activities abroad as part of their degree.

Students' Union clubs and societies (22 April)

This session is hosted by our Students' Union and will be run by our Vice President of Opportunities, Jack Mapston. He'll be talking about what clubs and societies we have available, how you join them, and how you can participate alongside your studies. They'll also be a live Q+A with Jack and current committee members from some of our clubs and societies.

Accommodation Q+A (6 May, 3 June)

Join us for a live session about our accommodation options at Bath Spa. We'll take you through the differences and similarities between the halls of residence and you'll have the opportunity to ask any questions.

Financing university (13 May, 10 June)

In this talk, we'll give you hints and tips to help you plan and budget your money whilst at university. This will include information on Student Finance and bank accounts.

Student Ambassador Q+A and virtual tour (15 May, 26 June)

Join our Student Ambassadors for a session on life at Bath Spa covering all things studying, working and socialising. You'll also get a virtual tour of our main campus Newton Park and the accommodation options.

Please note these sessions are on Saturdays from 10am-11am.

How to research higher education effectively (27 May, 24 June)

Unsure where to start with researching higher education? We'll be going through useful resources to help you make the most informed decision on your future.

Parents and supporters Q+A (29 May)

This session is for parents and supporters and aims to outline the ways that you can support your student with their journey into Higher Education.

Please note this session on a Saturday from 10am-11am.

Not sure which course to pick?

We're here to support you with your decision making. During these sessions, you'll get an outline of the courses within each of these subject areas, hear about potential career pathways and also more information on contact time and how you'll be assessed.

You'll also be invited to a live Q+A with our Student Ambassadors from each of the courses. This will be your opportunity to ask any questions and hear from current students about their own experiences studying each of these disciplines.

  • Introduction to Sciences (15 April)
  • Introduction to Art and Design (22 April)
  • Introduction to Post Production - Audio (6 May, 3 June)
  • Introduction to Humanities (13 May, 10 June)
  • Introduction to Music and Performing Arts (20 May, 17 June)
  • Introduction to Media Communications (27 May, 24 June)

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