Archive for the ‘Learning and teaching’ Category

Team Bath Racing out to win Formula Student UK

Our combustion racing car team sets its sights on winning this year’s Formula Student UK event

Team Bath Racing Electric goes international

The University of Bath’s electric racing car team, TBRe, is looking to stamp its mark as a top 20 team at this year’s Formula Student UK competition.

Further online PG Open Day success

The event was attended by 185 visitors from all over the world, interested in PGR and PGT study

Welcoming our Mexican partners

UNAM-UK Centre staff visited to discuss activities between our two institutions

Celebrating a decade of the Bath Award

Thursday's event marked the achievements of a record number of our students

Student insight: The Robotics Challenge

First-year Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering students, Amy and Ben, talk us through their experience of the Robotics Challenge.

Information for staff processing at July award ceremonies

The graduation award ceremonies taking place on 10, 11, 12 and 13 July 2018

The External Integrated Project experience: an introduction

IMEE student Joseph is doing his External Integrated Project at Rolls-Royce

First-year workshop: Model Car Competition

Three Minute Thesis Final: 5 June

Eight students have battled their way through University heats to present at our University 3MT final.

How we started a business while studying

School of Management graduates Jack Cowell and Jack MacHugh discuss starting a business while studying, and how being at Bath helped them.

Congratulations to new HEA Fellows via Bath Course

Video: Mechanical engineering dragster challenge

Teams Mechanical Engineering students designed, built and raced spring-propelled dragsters

Congratulations to our latest Bath Scheme Fellows

Congratulations to our latest Bath Scheme Fellows

Taking Marie-Curie on a Eurotrip

Read the CSCT blog about the 5th Marie Curie Alumni Association Annual Conference and General Assembly in Leuven, Belgium

Designing and building a mini automated vehicle

Joshua Olaleye built a guided vehicle to compete in our mouse race group project, where the challenge is to complete a circuit in the fastest time

How maths saves time and money

IMI has been highlighted in a national review of Knowledge Exchange in the Mathematical Sciences

Two bath undergraduates claim national awards

Undergraduates Rachel Hayden (Civil Engineering) and Charlie Francis (Accounting and Finance) have claimed awards at the national Undergraduate of the Year awards 2018

Video - What's it like studying civil engineering?

Student Freya Kille was approached by UniFrog to help them create a video about what it is like to study civil engineering at university

Sensors and cameras - launching a high altitude balloon

Read the latest blog Mechanical Engineering undergraduate Jacob Smith, on his quest to launch a camera into space