Thinking of Bath? Here’s what you need to know…
The University of Bath is one of the UK’s leading universities and all of its students have access to top-class sporting facilities on campus, offering a wealth of opportunity that can truly add to the student experience.
We know how important it is to have a balance between sport and academics – not just if you are pursuing both careers but in maintaining a healthy lifestyle too.
We are committed to helping student-athletes excel in both their sporting and academic careers as they combine a world-class education at the University of Bath with training and competing at the most vibrant sporting environment in the country.
We have nine priority sports at the University of Bath where students have access to a full-time coach and receive a variety of sport science support, including Strength and Conditioning, physiotherapy and massage. Fill in the forms to receive information relevant to that sport and studying at the University of Bath, plus opportunities to attend sport-specific trials.
Lead coach: Colin Bovell
Lead coach: Peter Bush
Lead coach: Che Wilson
Lead coach: Ian Cordwell
Lead coach: Adam Hall
Lead coach (student): Anya Le Monnier
Lead coach: Aaron James
Lead coach: Mark Skimming
Lead coach: Craig Proctor
If you want to take your sport to the next level, you can put on the famous Blue & Gold kit and join the 1,500 students already representing our 71 SU Bath Sport teams in BUCS [British Universities & Colleges Sport] competition both regionally and nationally. We regularly finish in the top six in the annual national BUCS points rankings.
Our state-of-the-art £35million Sports Training Village on campus is open to all students and provides the opportunity for everyone to take part in sport here at the University of Bath.
Access to most of these facilities is included in our FREE Sports Pass, automatically included on all student library cards, while special student membership offers are also available for the gym.
Coaching and training opportunities
Learn such vocational skills as personal training, sports massage and pool lifeguard or develop your coaching by working with youngsters on our Team Bath Tribe camps – there are plenty of opportunities to broaden your horizons and expand your skills set right here on campus.
Study at Bath
And don’t forget you can visit campus, check out our facilities and meet our coaches during the annual University of Bath Open Days – click here to find out more. Alternatively, check out the undergraduate virtual experience by clicking here.
Picture credits: Bradley Collyer (BUCS), Nic Delves-Broughton, Clare Green, Jade Lynch, Drew Smith (BUCS).