Study for a postgraduate research degree and join our community of graduates and professionals at Bath's Doctoral College.
We support and enrich the experience of our doctoral researchers and play a key role in developing policy and strategy relevant to doctoral study.
Dr Denise Proudfoot talks about studying for her Professional Doctorate in Health at Bath while working full-time.
Jane Mackay chose Bath for her PhD but lives in Salisbury. Read her experiences and get some great tips on how to manage a doctorate at distance.
Dr Antoine Buchard and Dr Ulrich Hintermair from our Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies reflect on the impact that doctoral researchers make.
Bruno is using mathematical modelling to improve our understanding of spinal injuries from impact in rugby union.
Dzenana Ceman, PhD in International Education, talks about combining a research degree in Bath with a career in Vienna.
Human Computer Interaction graduate Christina Keating talks about how her master's degree prepared her for her PhD research.
Researchers from right around the University submitted entries for this year's public engagement competition - the tenth year it's run.
If you arrived in April, read our mid-year arrival survival guide.
The 2018 public engagement awards were an opportunity to celebrate the efforts of our community who engage diverse audiences with their research.
Alex Chartier completed his Engineering doctorate in 2015. Since then he has worked for a top space exploration company and now finds himself at the South Pole.
Come along to the inaugural Bake your Doctorate Showcase from the University of Bath’s Doctoral College.
Learn how to read efficiently and extract the information you need to shape your research and inform your writing.
This is a new workshop suitable for all doctoral students who are intending to or are currently using questionnaires in their research
Here you will find guidance and links to the forms that you will need to complete during the course of your doctoral studies.
The Doctoral College Handbook for all postgraduate research students starting in the 2017/18 academic year.
At the University of Bath there are different ways that you can undertake doctoral study. This is a short guide to the available options.
This Guide sets out the academic milestones that you will go through during your doctorate.
This guide sets out a range of funding opportunities available to you throughout your research and studies.
There are a number of ways for you to share your views and ensure your doctoral experience is the best it can be. Find out how you are represented at Bath.
Professional development has great value to doctoral students. We offer a skills programme and support to help you get started with your development needs.
Find out how to build an impressive set of transferable skills which can help you succeed in your doctorate and whatever you choose to do next.
Jon Chouler, Phd researcher in the Department for Chemical Engineering, reflects on the all-round experience his PhD has given him so far.
Advice and resources for PhD supervisors to help support the personal and professional development of research students.
A comprehensive range of free skills development opportunities, helping you get the most out of your doctorate and to enhance your future career prospects.
This handbook is designed to provide ideas, opportunities and a record of your skills development throughout your doctorate.
Find out more about the value of teaching experience as a doctoral student, how to get involved and what support is available.
Alex Cousen, final year PhD Researcher, describes how teaching at Bath has helped him to educate so many more people about the wonderful world of science.
Rhiannon Edwards, Teaching Fellow in the Department of Psychology, explains how teaching experience secured her valuable transferable skills - and a job!