Emily Diamond talks about training at Bath for nine years, battling with injuries and working remotely with her coach in Scotland to get ready for Rio.
This summer we highlight our Rio 2016 athletes and explore our research collaborations with Brazilian universities to tackle global issues.
Joe Choong tells us how he has balanced his maths studies and his modern pentathlon training before heading to Rio.
Having graduated with a Masters degree in Chemical Engineering in 2015, swimmer Andrew Willis is training towards his second Olympic Games.
After missing the 2014 Commonwealth Games through injury, Ben Fletcher talks about how training at Bath has helped him win his place at the Rio 2016.
Dr Rachel Arnold tells Andrew Dunne how sport psychology and good mental preparation can help athletes take advantage of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Dr Bryan Clift is studying the impact of major sporting events on city transformation and contemporary urbanism.
Dr Pedro Estrela's research with the University of São Paulo develops novel biosensor technology for detecting early-stage prostate and breast cancer.
We are collaborating with the University of São Paulo to investigate mathematical solutions to problems facing industry.
Professor Ania Zalewska and colleagues in Brazil are investigating how companies voted for governance reforms.
Dr Janet Scott, who is leading a transatlantic project to tackle effective recycling of polymers, shares her passion for science with us.
Bruno is using mathematical modelling to improve our understanding of spinal injuries from impact in rugby union.
Ex-England decathlete, Jamie Courtenay, talks about what inspired his PhD research into tissue engineering.
PhD student Marcus Johns travelled to São Paulo to see how their research could help him develop novel, sustainable materials for tissue engineering.
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.
The Director is responsible for leading and managing international partnerships and the University’s international activities.
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.