You will need to fill out an application form which can be submitted on-line. You can click here to do this now. Alternatively, please do not hesitate to telephone or email us to arrange a visit to the College at a time that is convenient for you.
Bath Academy was founded in 1997 by David Game, Proprietor.
The college is registered as an independent boarding school with the Department of Education and is accredited by the Independent Schools Association and is also a member of the Council for Independent Further Education. The college was last inspected by OFSTED in 2013; a copy of the inspection report can be viewed here.
All teachers at the College are highly qualified and experienced. Many hold postgraduate qualifications and are Examiners for the Examination Boards in the UK.
Bath Academy is located in the centre of the city, Queen Square. It is a 10 minute walk from the train station. You can see a map detailing our location here.
Yes, the College owns and manages a private residence for the sole use of our students in central Bath. The residence has a college warden and is a 5 minute walk from the College and is for students 14-17 of age. The college also offers home-stay accommodation with local families, who provide full-board accommodation.
All A Level students take four AS Levels in subjects that are most relevant for the degree course for which they want to apply. For international students, we also offer a range of courses within our University Foundation Programme providing technical knowledge on a specific subject at university.
Yes – as part of our service to students, we advise on what are deemed to be the most suitable combination of subjects for a proposed degree course. This service is delivered via our full-time Director of Studies .
For A levels and GCSEs, the courses can be taken over a one, one and half or two year period, starting in September or January. The University Foundation Programme (UFP) also commences in September or January and takes one year to complete.
Sometimes students realise that one of the subjects that they have initially chosen is not suitable for them. We offer a three week flexibility period at the start of term during which a student can change a subject (after a discussion with the College) if they feel another subject is more appropriate.