Professor Saiful Islam is this year’s Royal Institution Christmas Lecturer. We caught up with him during filming to learn more about his story and research.
We look back at our achievements in 2016, including groundbreaking research, the Rio Olympics, our 50th Anniversary and helping students to reach their goals.
Eating breakfast causes obese people to be more active, according to the latest research published from our health researchers.
Bath scientists have co-authored a journal paper to confirm that dinosaur families migrated from Europe to other continents.
Our researchers are working with Stellenbosch University to investigate the cause of blockages in irrigation piping networks in a South African reservoir.
Bath scientists have shown for the first time that offspring can be made from non-egg cells, a discovery that challenges two centuries of received wisdom.
Cassidy Bayley shares her experience applying to Bath from South Africa and studying in the Department of Biology and Biochemistry.
Mukovhe Masutha shares his experience of Bath and how he hopes his PhD research will help widen participation in South African higher education.
For Ammar Azzouz, becoming a researcher was something he was always going to do. After three years at Bath, he’s now looking to make his impact on the world.
We welcomed HRH Prince Harry and athletic hopefuls hoping to gain a place in the UK team for this year’s Invictus Games.
Joe Choong tells us how he has balanced his maths studies and his modern pentathlon training before heading to Rio.
25 October 2016 marks the University of Bath’s 50th Anniversary. On this day in 1966, the University was established by Royal Charter.
We have been announced in an elite list of the world’s ‘most international’ universities.
The Strategy outlines the University's vision, mission and core priorities in internationalisation for 2015 to 2016.
We offer application support and guidance for international students. We also coordinate recruitment activities worldwide and work with overseas agents.
Supporting students and staff with Erasmus+, exchange programmes and study abroad activities.
Responsible for supporting the development and management of the University's international strategic partnerships.