Bath Spa University

Bath Spa University, which largely focuses on arts and humanities disciplines, was first established in 1852 before becoming a university in official capacity in 2005. Bath Spa has a number of sites in and around the city, with Newton Park, which opened in 2014, serving as the main campus and housing some of the greatest teaching facilities for digital media in the UK.

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About Bath Spa University

Just over 7,500 students from more than 40 nations attend Bath Spa University. Because of its tiny size, Bath Spa maintains its status as a small, intimate university that places a priority on education and student welfare. Across all subjects, student satisfaction is currently 81%, and teaching is currently rated 90% favourably.

Bath Spa University

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Support for students includes assistance with academic skills, and adjusting to the country, and university.

Bath Spa University was been named one of the top six creative universities in the UK by the “Which? University” Guide. Activities including music, theatre, dance, choirs, and the visual arts are quite prevalent on campus.

The Research Excellence Framework (REF), a UK-wide programme that evaluates the value and impact of scholarly research every six to seven years, has recognised Bath Spa University with its best-ever results.

The amount of research by the university earning the highest designation of “world-leading” has increased by 60% overall and by 130% for research impact since the previous assessment in 2014.

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More than four-fifths (84%) of the research in English and creative writing was rated as “world-leading” (4*) or “internationally good” (3*), which are the two highest accolades.

One of only three cities in the world to be included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, Bath is a World Heritage City with breath-taking views, lovely parks, and iconic architecture. The nearly 2,000-year-old Roman Baths are still open for visits today.

Regular ninety-minute rail services operate directly into central London, and links to the rest of the UK are available through Bristol, which is only ten minutes away by train. Bath is surrounded by stunning landscape, and it’s simple to get to the Cotswolds, the Mendips, and the Wye Valley. The UK’s most well-liked tourism location is the west of England.