- 44 Masters
- Public Institution Type
In 1852 the Bath School of Art was established after the Great Exhibition, and there begins our long and prestigious history. The School enjoyed a reputation as one of the leading art schools in the country, and some of Britain’s best known artists, including Walter Sickert and Howard Hodgkin, studied and taught at what was to become the Bath School of Art and Design.
At Bath Spa University, we know education - we’ve been inspiring students, teachers and other education professionals since 1946.
We work with fantastic colleges, both in the UK and overseas, so that you can benefit from a broader range of courses, diverse facilities, and specialist staff - no matter which field of study you choose.
Research themes shape and inform the work of our researchers – including Environmental humanities (art, science, culture and environment), Transnational creativity and education, and Creative and cultural industries.
Your employability is as important to us as it is to you. We’ll be on-hand with professional, friendly careers advice – throughout your degree and after you graduate.
Prepare for a successful future. Within your course and beyond, you'll have access to plenty of opportunities; we can help you with everything careers related, including starting a business, part-time employment, volunteering and placements.
We offer a range of self-catered accommodation options to suit your needs. En-suite bathroom? Central location? We've got you covered.
The library provides over 200,000 e-books and 15,000 academic e-journals in addition to print books, journals, music scores, CDs and DVDs.
There are open access IT facilities in the computer rooms on the first floor of the Library, as well as in Commons, in the Learning Commons and the Digital Literacy suite.
All of our computers include word-processing, email and access to the internet. Some also have additional programmes such as Adobe Creative Suite.
It is important to look after your physical and mental health. We encourage all students to register with a GP surgery when living in Bath. Fairfield Park Health Centre provides the University Medical Service on our Newton Park campus.
Our inspiring campuses are steeped in history, balancing beautiful period buildings and breath-taking settings with ultramodern technology and facilities.
At the busy heart of the campus is our ultra-modern academic building, Commons. Facilities include open-access, technology-enabled study space; social learning space; bookable group working rooms; a café; and outdoor amphitheatre.
We cater for a range of sports, so whether you’re looking for somewhere to have a kick about, a new sport to try or a new team to join we’ve got you covered.
Sports teams you could join include: american football, badminton, cheerleading, dodgeball, football, hockey, netball, polo, rugby and squash. Or if you fancy something a little different you could try out pole fitness, fencing, surfing or snow sports.
Based on Newton Park campus, the Students’ Union facilities include The SU Bar and Kitchen, gym and shop. The facilities run on a not-for-profit basis – so you’ll find cheap prices – with any income being put back into the Union to make it better for you.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
Bath Spa is giving students a platform to promote and raise funds for their creative, extra - curricular or academic projects and business ideas, with lots of help and support.
Yes, I think the setting of the university and the university itself are very inspiring. We are encouraged to reach higher and taught a range of skills from a group of tutors who have a very diverse background in textiles and/or design.
Found the standard of tutors very variable. Not good value for money.