Archive for the ‘Campus news’ Category

4ES hailed as architectural rarity

The flagship building is among the few purpose-designed UK architecture schools to be built recently

Lord Blunkett to speak at IPR symposium

The former Home Secretary will deliver a keynote address on campus as part of the IPR’s symposium

Prayer station open in the Chaplaincy

East Car park closed from 10pm Friday 8 September

Delivering value for money activities

Sharing good practice and demonstrating we are spending public funds in an effective & efficient manner

Open Day volunteers needed

A message from Prof Bernie Morley, Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Provost, about our upcoming Open Day

Updated Procurement Policy

The University’s policy on procuring goods, services and works has been updated and is available online

Update regarding HEFCE

Further information about our engagement with the Higher Education Funding Council for England

Delivering value for money activities

Sharing good practice and demonstrating we are spending public funds in an effective & efficient manner

First Bus to provide all services

Following Wessex Bus Ltd’s withdrawal, First Bus will provide all main bus services to and from Claverton Down

England rhythmic gymnasts step up 2018 preps on campus

Team England’s rhythmic gymnastics squad have been continuing their build-up to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games with a productive training week at the University of Bath Sports Training Village.

North Korea: Prayer station for peace

With tensions mounting regarding North Korea, and thinking of our international students from China and other countries nearby, the Chaplain has set up a prayer station; staff and students of all faiths (and none) are very welcome to come along, spend a few minutes in quiet reflection, and leave a message or light a candle.

Quads & Norwood House in Top 50 list

We’re delighted that The Quads and Norwood House have been listed in the Student Crowd's top 50 best student accommodation halls in the UK.

Implementing national pay award

With effect from 1 August 2017 there will be a 1.7% increase on most single pay spine points

Bath graduate storms to relay gold

Danny Talbot helps Great Britain to men’s 4x100m relay gold on Saturday night at London 2017

Adobe Flash is retiring

Adobe have announced the end of support for Flash Player from the end of 2020; the University hopes to remove provision of Flash Player by the same point. We request that you don’t purchase any new services that are reliant on Flash.

No printing for Linux users: Tue 15 Aug 7-9am

We are carrying out an upgrade to Everyone Print; thank you for your patience while this necessary work takes place.

Visit the Virgil & meet staff teams there

All staff are warmly invited to the first Open Event in the Virgil Building on Wed 6 Sep from 3 - 5pm

The Milner Centre for Evolution project update

Our the monthly update aims to keep you up to speed on the new Milner Centre for Evolution project.

Progress report: Polden accommodation project

Follow the progress of the construction of our new residences.