University of Bath Term Dates
University of Bath Term Dates 2016-17
These are the dates for the academic year 2016-17.
View the full official academic year calendar for all academic dates, including examinations.
|New student arrivals||Saturday 24 September 2016 – Sunday 25 September 2016|
|Induction and Freshers’ Week||Monday 26 September 2016 – Sunday 2 October 2016|
|Semester 1||Monday 3 October 2016 – Friday 16 December 2016|
|Semester 1 vacation||Monday 19 December 2016 – Friday 6 January 2017|
|Semester 1||Monday 9 January 2017 – Friday 27 January 2017|
|Semester 2||Monday 6 February 2017 – Friday 7 April 2017|
|Semester 2 vacation||Monday 10 April 2017 – Friday 21 April 2017|
|Semester 2||Monday 24 April 2017 – Friday 2 June 2017|
We have established ourselves as a top ten UK university with a reputation for research and teaching excellence. Our community is characterised by its culture of high achievement, enterprise and creativity.
Our values are evidenced in our commitment to:
- quality and excellence
- the highest standards of scientific and professional integrity
- freedom to challenge received wisdom
- encouraging high aspirations
- equality and diversity
- working responsibly and with respect for others
- best environmental practice
The attributes that our community prizes are:
The determination to excel: proactive in positioning ourselves for future excellence and success, ambitious in our goals, and united in our drive to achieve greater international prominence and higher standards.
An enterprising approach: encouraging creativity and entrepreneurship across the community, researching new ways to meet global challenges, developing problem-solving and enterprise skills, and introducing more effective business processes.
An international perspective: attracting the best staff and students from around the world, placing research and teaching in an international context and forming strategic alliances with leading international partners.
A supportive culture: creating a welcoming, inclusive campus community that values the individual and supports the realisation of their potential.
A collaborative style of working: pursuing research and teaching in partnership with business, the professions, the public sector, the voluntary sector and other partners.