University of Bath Postgraduate

University of Bath Postgraduate

University of Bath

University of Bath Postgraduate

Ranked in the top five of the UK’s universities and colleges by the Guardian University Guide 2016 for the second year running, and approaching our 50th year, Bath is well established as a nurturing environment for enterprising minds.

Our academic programmes are designed to provide both rigorous intellectual challenge and real-world relevance, giving our students the opportunity to study with researchers who are leaders in their field.

87% of our research is world leading (according to REF 2014) so your studies will be informed by some of the most exciting and innovative ideas across all fields.

Our outstanding placement scheme helps ensure our highly sought-after graduates are well attuned to meet the evolving needs of employers. With a tradition of building strong links with private businesses, partnerships and the public sector, our graduates enjoy some of the highest rates of employment and starting salaries in the UK.  www.bath.ac.uk/study/pg/support/careers

Our vibrant campus, and location right on the edge of the city of Bath, provide superb sporting, social and cultural opportunities, and was named The Times and Sunday Times Best Campus University 2014.

Our students are happy here – we’ve been voted top for student satisfaction for two years in a row.

Join our close-knit, high-achieving community to gain the knowledge, skills and experience you’ll need to thrive in a world of global networks www.bath.ac.uk/study/pg

University of Bath Postgraduate courses and research degrees

The University offers a broad range of Masters courses and research degrees. Subjects include engineering, design, humanities, social science, management and science.

Ranking 12th in the research quality ranking of UK universities, excluding specialist institutions, we carry out research that makes a difference to society – from developing new drugs to cure breast cancer, working with Ford to develop fuel-efficient engines, to the Queen’s Anniversary Prizewinning research into child poverty.