Archive for the ‘Graduate Office’ Category

Graduate chosen for globally recognised Schwarzman Scholars

A graduate from the University of Bath has been selected for the third class of the prestigious Schwarzman Scholars Master’s degree programme at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

Nominations for best postgrad research student

Ede & Ravenscroft Prize nominations are now open, until Wednesday 26 April 2017

Next PG Forum (with free pizza!) Wed 27 May

The Forum is an open meeting for all postgraduates (taught and research) to meet and raise the issues that matter in postgraduate life.

Ede & Ravenscroft Prize: best postgrad research student

Nominations are invited from research students and their Heads of Department by Friday 21 March.

Neil Strevett takes up new role

Welcome to Neil Strevett who has recently joined the University in the new role of Postgraduate Research Studies Manager

TV & radio media training for researchers - Wed 29 Jan

This course will build confidence in giving radio and TV interviews, and explaining research to a non-specialist audience in a limited time.

BBC Points West: Malcolm Arnold receives honorary degree

Summer degree ceremonies take place at Bath Abbey

The University of Bath’s 2012 summer degree award ceremonies take place this week, with more than 2,300 students expected to attend at the city’s Abbey.

Summer degree ceremonies to take place at Bath Abbey next week

The University of Bath’s 2012 summer degree award ceremonies take place next week, with more than 2,300 students expected to attend at the city’s Abbey.

Nominations now open for Ede & Ravenscroft Prize for postgrads

The Ede and Ravenscroft Prize is awarded annually to an outstanding postgraduate research student by Senate on the recommendation of the Ede and Ravenscroft Prize Committee. Nominations, supported by Heads of Departments, must be submitted by noon on Wednesday 21 April 2010.

World expert in bio-technology to receive honorary degree.

A Kenyan woman who grew up on a sweet potato farm and went on to be a world expert in plant bio-technology is to receive an honorary degree from the University of Bath. Florence Wambugu will also be delivering a public lecture at the University of Bath on Wednesday (1 July) about the contribution of biotechnology, including GM crops, for improving the sustainable livelihoods of resource poor families in Africa.