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Open days 2011 Bath Spa University More information www.bathspa.ac.uk How to find usArriving by airBristol International is the nearest airport; only 40 minutes away by road, while Birmingham and Heathrow are approximately a 2 hour journey.Local busesFirst Bus services SPA1 and SPA2 run from Bath city centre to the Newton Park campus. First Bus service 700 stops at the Sion Hill campus. First Bus service 2 stops at the junction of Lansdown Road and Sion Road.Arriving by trainBath Spa is the nearest main line station; which is 4 miles from Newton Park and 1.5 miles from Sion Hill.Arriving by carFrom the East and major routesFor Sion Hill campus1 Join the A46 from the M4 (junction 18)2 Turn right onto the A4 to Bath.3 From A4; get in right-hand lane to carry straight on (from A36, turn left onto A4)4 Take second exit at mini-roundabout5 Turn right for Sion Hill (signposted "Bath Spa University") How to bookYou will need to book a place on these Open Days - to book a place please visit www.bathspa.ac.uk/prospectus/open or for further information firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit us In addition to our main Open Days there are a number of opportunities to visit usPartner College Open DaysEach of our partner colleges holds Open Days for students interested in Foundation Degrees taught at the colleges. Please check the colleges' websites for dates and booking arrangements (see page 55).Campus toursThroughout the year there are regular tours of the campus, led by our student ambassadors, giving visitors the opportunity to look around the University (including halls of residence) on a normal working day and get a 'feel' for life at Bath Spa. For dates and online bookings see www.bathspa.ac.uk/prospectus/openIndividual visitsWe are happy for visitors to come and visit on an individual basis at most times (the exception would be when there are particular events on campus such as Freshers' Week or Graduation). We ask visitors to report to main reception at either campus, where they will be given information to enable them to take a 'self-guided' tour of the campus. Mature and Access learners (who are thinking about returning to education after a break from studying) Open Days: Advisors who are experienced in supporting mature students and Access learners are available for consultation in a dedicated drop-in centre on our main Open Days. The drop-in centre is the place to find out more about issues of particular concern to mature students and Access learners and provides an opportunity to meet current mature undergraduates and undergraduates who come to study at the University through the Access to Higher Education route. Annual Access Conference: Learners on Access to Higher Education courses in One of the best ways of finding out about Bath Spa University and what it would be like to be a student here is to visit us. Find out about student life and support for students Meet the staff and students Attend presentations and workshops Take a tour of the campus View the student accommodationfurther education colleges are also invited to attend our annual one-day Access Conference held in January. The Access Conference brings together Access learners to take part in a day of motivational activities.Activities for young peopleEach year our widening participation team organises a programme of events for younger students from schools and colleges to raise awareness of, and aspirations to higher education. A range of activity days are held on campus and give younger students a taste of university life. We also run a programme of activities with our Academic Schools, including a range of Sixth Form Conferences, to help raise attainment and provide students with an insight into how subjects are studied at university level.Visits to schools and collegesWidening participation staff and specially trained student ambassadors visit schools For Newton Park campus 5 Carry on along the A45a At lights get in right-hand lane and carry straight on5b At lights get in left-hand lane and carry straight on6 Bear left and turn right at lights onto dual carriageway (A4)7 Join the A39 from the A4 at the "Globe Inn" roundabout (2nd exit). The entrance is immediately on your leftFrom Bristol and WestFor Newton Park campus7 Join the A39 from the A4 at the "Globe Inn" roundabout (3rd exit). The entrance is immediately on your leftFor Sion Hill campus 5 Carry on along the A4 to Bath (1st exit)6 Fork left just before the lights, at the end of the dual carriageway7 Turn left for Sion Hill (signposted "Bath Spa University")CampusesBath Spa University has two main campuses; Newton Park which is four miles outside Bath, and Sion Hill which is in Bath.A4A431A39A4River AvonA4A36A4Waterside CourtCombe ParkMarlborough LaneLansdownCresentRoyalCresentBus StationRoyal UnitedHospital (A+E)Sion HillBristolWellsM4/M5A46Newton Park CampusA367A36Train StationGlobe InnA45b67123455aJune11SaturdayBath campuses, all subjectsMondayNewton Park campusSchool of Music and Performing Arts subjects onlySeptember19September21WednesdayNewton Park campus (NOT art and design subjects)SaturdayNewton Park campus only (NOT art and design subjects)October15December06TuesdaySion Hill campus onlyBath School of Art and Design subjects*D ates tbc - please check websiteSaturdayBoth campuses,all subjectsOctober22WednesdaySion Hill campus onlyBath School of Art and Design subjects*D ates tbc - please check websiteDecember07ThursdaySion Hill campus onlyBath School of Art and Design subjects*D ates tbc - please check websiteDecember08NottinghamLiverpoolBirminghamOxfordLondonBathBristolExeterPlymouthCardiffand colleges to give talks, attend careers events and parent evenings. Post application visitsIf you apply to us and are offered a place you will have another opportunity to visit us, so don't worry if you don't have the chance to visit us before making your application. For most courses successful applicants will be invited to special Campus Visit Days, usually between February and April. These are solely for applicants who have received offers from us, and are designed to help you make up your mind whether or not to accept the offer. Some courses require auditions and/or interviews, and visit arrangements are therefore slightly different. Details of the application process are on page 21.Contact usFor information on general Open Days and visits contact our Recruitment and Events team on 01225 875831, E-mail email@example.com.For information on activities for young people, mature student and Access learner drop-in sessions on main Open Days and the Access to Higher Education Conference contact our Widening Participation and Access Manager, Dr. Sally Griffin on 01225 876223, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease note - if you are thinking about applying to a course based at one of our partner colleges, you would be advised to attend an Open Day or Evening at the college itself in order to talk to the teaching staff there and view the facilities.