Our university community is growing. And fast.
Take a tour. Our first building, 4 South, opened its doors to a hundred or so undergraduates 50 years ago. Today, we are over 17,000 strong. Our campus reaches from the top of the hill into our beautiful city, across to London and increasingly around the globe.
Attracting more and more bright minds to Bath naturally means that we need more space. Creative places where students can come together for discussion. World-class lab equipment to help our researchers explore and discover.
An environment that makes Bath one of the best in the world. And keeps us there too.
Providing a better learning and working experience today will help us to ensure a lasting legacy for our community tomorrow. And we know how to get it right – by investing carefully in the infrastructure and kit that creates the right environment for the right minds.
Take a look at The Edge, our community centre for the Arts, or our architect plans for the Milner Centre – the UK’s first Centre for evolutionary research.
Visit our new teaching spaces for psychology, engineering and policy research. Drop by our new base in London. Or look out for us in the centre of Bath where we’re turning the old police station into a cutting edge study centre so that our students have a great learning experience, wherever they are.
Thanks to generous alumni support we're building the UK's first centre for evolution research
Square feet of space over 4 floors for our new student learning zone
Investment to convert Bath's old police station into City centre campus space
Space in London's Pall Mall for executive teaching, masterclasses and networking
Investing in potential
"I think it's very important that you give back if you are in a position to do so. If you can, then you can follow your passions."
Jonathan Milner, biology graduate and funder of the Milner Centre for evolution research