Posts Tagged ‘international’

International Masters scholars reception at Roman Baths

With the new term well under way, it was time once again for the annual reception for scholarship recipients at the Roman Baths on Wednesday 28 October.

Collaboration with University of Calgary

Sean Williams hosted Professor Carolyn Emery from the University of Calgary, Canada, as part of the Global Mobility Scheme.

International visiting professors & FAPESP grants

Nominate Global Chairs & David Parkin Visiting Professors, and apply for FAPESP-Bath Funding

Bid for international funding by Mon

Submit proposals for joint research projects with our strategic partner institutions by 19 Oct

Research trip to Stellenbosch University

Robert Dawson recently presented his research on hydrogen storage in porous polymers at the Council for Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) in Pretoria.

Bath holds inaugural careers fair in Shanghai

We hosted our first international careers fair in Shanghai, China, earlier this month, in collaboration with our GW4 partners: the Universities of Exeter, Bristol and Cardiff.

School of Management hosts reception in Vancouver

This was the second time the School has hosted a reception at the annual Academy of Management conference, where more than 10,000 management students, academics and professionals join together to network across 1,900 interactive sessions over five days.

Innovation in Built Environment Education Conference

Seventy delegates from around the world gathered on campus for the annual Innovation in Built Environment Education Conference (IBEE) last week.

Apply now for international funding

Submit proposals for joint research projects with our strategic partner institutions by 19 Oct

We continue to rise in QS World rankings

VC says 20 place jump is "testament to the hard work of staff over the last 12 months"

Mech Eng welcomes Professor Jose Serrano

Professor Jose Serrano from the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia is visiting the Department of Mechanical Engineering as a Royal Academy of Engineering Distinguished Visiting Fellow.

Ground-breaking research school in Mongolia

SAMBa co-Director Andreas Kyprianou helped organise the first large international mathematical meeting held in Mongolia since the fall of communism in 1990. It marks the beginning of a new era of Mongolian mathematics in light of recent social and economic development.

Project success through Newton Fund & international grants

Congratulations to our academics who have recently been successful in securing financial support through the Newton Fund and international grants.

SU wins prestigious award for supporting international students

The NUS/UKCISA Internationalisation Awards reward best practice within universities and students’ unions and recognise some of the hard work that unions and officers put into supporting international students.

Prof Stephen Emmitt gives keynote in Bogota

Professor Stephen Emmitt was invited to give the main keynote lecture about the importance of effective design management in adding value to our built environment at a major bi-annual congress in Colombia.

A tale of two borders: why North Koreans risk walking the DMZ

David Galbreath, Professor of International Security, has co-authored an article for The Conversation with a colleague from Yonsei University.

Series of global visits underway

Exciting incoming and outgoing visits involving our Strategic Partners this month, on the new IRO blog

Chancellor & VC host New York reception

Nearly 100 alumni and friends from across the United States attended a special reception

Strengthening our links with Mexico

A large delegation of our staff visited Mexico to deepen relationships & explore new opportunites

CDS @40 - Inequality everywhere... 29 Apr

An event to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Centre for Development Studies at Bath by examining insights from our research into the processes through which inequality is widening at the local, national and global levels and how the international development sector must respond if it is to remain relevant beyond 2015.