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Our place in the community

How we contribute to the economic, social, environmental and cultural life of the region, and how residents, schools and businesses can benefit.

Working with the community

See some of the ways our staff and students are involved with the community in and around Bath, including partnerships with community groups and collaborations with local organisations.

The network is aimed at young professionals under the age of 35 working or living in Bath to grow their business networking skills.

Here is the most recent update on "Our Shared Future".

A new programme of work carried out by HR will give local people new opportunities to gain work experience at the University.

Reducing our environmental impact

Find out how we're reducing the University's environmental impact through ethical food sourcing, waste management, generating our own sustainable energy, and raising awareness of how staff and students can help.

How we are tackling climate change, through cutting emissions and embedding climate action in how we do business, leading research and high quality teaching.

Helping local children prepare for the future

See how local schools and colleges collaborate with us to support their students, inspiring them to pursue further study and careers.

Women in Engineering

Student working on fermentation experiments in the laboratory.

Our Women in Engineering initiative provides information and highlights opportunities for aspiring female engineers.

From ancient architectural concepts to the electronics of the future. Five talks under five minutes for your school class.

Come to public events

Find out about our public events on and off campus, including lectures and conferences.

20 Jun 2024 12.00pm Claverton Rooms, VR成人视频

Join us over lunch on World Refugee Day to find out what we're doing as a University of Sanctuary and hear how sanctuary impacts both students and communities.

20 Jun 2024 4.00pm Online

Hosted by the Bath UBI Beacon and Freiburg Institute of Basic Income Studies (FRIBIS), this online seminar series invites people to reflect on basic income.

3 Jul 2024 9.00am The Forum , Bath

This in-person event is designed to inspire and connect leaders and aspiring leaders from all sectors, creating a space to share, learn, and be inspired.

Use our facilities

As a member of the public, you can use many of the University's facilities, including The Edge arts hub, Sports Training Village, Library, Innovation Centre, and a range of cafes, restaurants, bars and shops catering for all tastes.

Open all week, the Sports Training Village is a sport and fitness centre with a gym, a swimming pool, and coaching, physiotherapy and sport science services.

Visit The Edge, our arts hub on campus, featuring dance, music, theatre, visual arts, science, film, classes and exhibitions.

Conferences & Events

Tiered lecture theatre with students seated and walking through

From exhibitions and dinners, to celebrations and conferences, the VR成人视频 is a great place to hold any event, from June to mid-September.

Innovation Centre

Innovation Centre

The VR成人视频's Innovation Centre offers start-up companies support to develop and accelerate, raise investment and access networks.

Booking guest accommodation

A twodio in Green Park House.

We offer accommodation on the University campus or in Bath city centre. Bookings for stays in July and August are now available.

Learn something new

Come to a public lecture to hear the latest insights on a range of topics, or learn a new language on one of our public courses.

Minerva Series of Lectures

A public lecture series run by the University, looking at the latest insights into the big issues of today and those that will shape the world in the future.

See videos of our Minerva public lectures and hear about the latest insights on a range of topics like the environment, politics and healthcare.

Study for a master鈥檚 degree 100% online, around your existing work and lifestyle commitments, from wherever you choose.

Take one of our free online courses through FutureLearn to learn new skills, pursue your interests or advance your career.

Improve your health and fitness

Come and use our renowned 拢30m Sports Training Village (STV), with gym and sports, coaching, physiotherapy and sport science services.

Discover the range of sports you can do, whatever your level, at the Sports Training Village (STV), including gymnastics, football, swimming, tennis and squash.

Join one of our exercise classes, test your fitness levels in the Sport Science Lab, and consult a personal trainer or strength coach to improve your fitness.

Find out about children's sport at the Sports Training Village, including after-school sessions, athlete development, holiday camps and school visits.

Find out about getting treatment or therapy for an injury, as well as sports massages, strength and conditioning, and guidance on sports nutrition.

Open all week, the Sports Training Village is a sport and fitness centre with a gym, a swimming pool, and coaching, physiotherapy and sport science services.

Start your training to become a health and fitness professional, learning from our team of elite practitioners and educators.

Join our creative community

Visit The Edge, our arts hub on campus, featuring dance, music, theatre, visual arts, science, film, classes and exhibitions.

Find out what's on at The Edge and plan your visit.

Learn something creative, though classes, workshops, discussions and artists' talks, including free exhibition tours for schools, colleges and community groups.

Join an active, creative environment at The Edge, where you can arrange talks or tours for local groups, hire rooms, and get a local residents' Art Pass.

Help children get enthusiastic about the arts by arranging tours, talks and tailored workshops at The Edge.

Take part in our research

Help us carry out research that improves lives and changes the world by volunteering as a study participant, coming to a public engagement event, or forming business partnerships with our researchers.

Build your business

Work with us to improve your business, find future employees, and develop your workforce's skills through training.

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Two men looking at a computer screen wearing hard hats.

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) is a UK wide programme which enables companies to access knowledge, skills and technology from UK Universities.

Supporting the local economy

Find out about the Bath institutions we're involved with and how we provide funding, expertise and support to contribute to the local economy.

BRLSI supports the promotion and advancement of science, literature and art in Bath. We nominate two members of staff to sit as Directors on the Board at BRLSI.

This organisation celebrates and protects the city's status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. One member of the University staff sits on the Advisory Board.

The Museum's aim is to encourage the enjoyment of art. We nominate one member of staff as a trustee of the Museum.

The Trust promotes high standards of planning and architecture in Bath through conservation, education and museums. We are corporate members of the Trust.

BIRD was formed in 1975 by the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases (RNHRD) and the VR成人视频. It became an independent charity in 1981.

Explore the University

Explore our campus with a virtual tour.

Explore the VR成人视频 with our 360掳 virtual tour and drone footage.

Where we are

Our buildings and facilities in the city centre, including those available for the public to use.

Get in touch

We're always looking for new ways to contribute to the community. If you have comments about our work or an idea for a way to collaborate, we'd love to hear from you.

Find out how to contact the University.