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The University of Bath Students' Union is run by elected student officers and is dedicated to helping students make the most of their time at the university, while promoting their interests and welfare. There is a dedicated postgraduate officer who is responsible for ensuring that all postgraduate students are represented and supported.
The SU team offers support for a wide range of academic and personal issues. The team also manages the university’s peer-mentor and peer-assisted learning schemes, designed to help students settle into university life.
The SU team organises regular social activities, like pub quizzes and club nights in the SU bars and one-off music, cultural and sporting events. They also support the university’s many clubs and societies.
There are over 160 clubs and societies available at the University of Bath. Membership costs are low, and they can be a great way of meeting like-minded people.
Sports clubs include archery, American football, Taekwondo, windsurfing and there’s a wide range of societies dedicated to the arts, faith, politics, culture, and more. For those who prefer less active pursuits, other societies include arts, ethics and politics, faith and culture, as well as general recreation.
There are also department-based societies and specific postgraduate-only groups. If students can’t find a club or society they like, they can apply to the SU to start their own.
The Postgraduate Association also organise a wide range of social events for postgraduate students.
Bath is a lively, walkable city, with impressive Georgian architecture and countryside just minutes from the centre. The city is so historically significant it has been made a UNESCO World Heritage City – the only UK city to be awarded this honour.
History and culture fans will find plenty of inspiration, from the world-famous Roman Baths to Jane Austen. Bath has more museums and galleries per square mile than any other UK city and hosts a number of popular comedy, film and arts festivals. Architecture lovers will also have plenty to see, including the famous Royal Crescent, Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge.
Bath has a surprisingly impressive nightlife. With over 400 restaurants and plenty of bars and underground nightclubs, there’s something to suit any taste.
The city is surrounded by beautiful countryside, making it easy for students to exercise or relax in nature. There are many incredible places nearby, with the world-famous Stonehenge only an hour away.
University of Bath students on Postgraduate Search say:
“The city and the people are really nice and kind.”
“One of the best place I’ve ever been.”
“The location is absolutely stunning and I adore living in Bath.”
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