Posts Tagged ‘internationalisation’

Colin Grant blog: Fostering our Middle East partnerships

Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Internationalisation, Professor Colin Grant, blogs about fostering our ongoing Middle East partnerships in Doha, Dubai & Amman

Details of International Strategy available online

We will be recognised as a centre of international research and teaching excellence, achieving global impact through our alumni, research and Strategic Partnerships.

Preview of VC's report to Senate: 3 Jun 2015

At the meeting of Senate to be held on Wednesday 3 June 2015, the Vice-Chancellor will give her regular update report to members.

All things international: Read Colin Grant's latest blog

Professor Colin Grant, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Internationalisation) provides an update on international activities.

Faculty of Science explores closer links with Pune, India

A delegation of academics from the Faculty were recently invited to the Indian Institute of Scientific Education & Research (IISER-Pune) in Pune, India, to strengthen collaborations in research and teaching between our institutions.

Boost to research collaboration between Bath & Nanyang

Research collaboration between the Department of Chemical Engineering and Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, has been given a boost recently with the announcement of £25,000 worth of funding to investigate the fouling and cleaning of membrane surfaces.

Improving the bio-functionality of cellulose in São Paulo

Third year PhD student Marcus Johns blogs about his three-month internship at University of São Paulo, one of our partner institutions in Brazil.

Strengthening ties with Ohio State University

As part of the Global Innovation Initiative (GII) project, Dr Tom Forder spent a week visiting faculty, students and facilities at Ohio State University (OSU).

Chemistry goes hands-on in Hong Kong at Science Alive festival

Members of the Department of Chemistry delivered three days of hands-on activities based around the chemistry of crystals to over 4,000 members of the public, from toddlers to grandparents.

Chemistry strengthens Bath-India research links

The Department of Chemistry welcomed visitors from India last week to discuss and undertake research on functional textile systems.

Watch our Scholarship Ceremony live: Sat from 3pm

Our Scholarship Ceremony is a wonderful opportunity for scholars, donors, family, friends and members of the University to come together to celebrate the achievements of our students and to thank the donors for their generous support.

Preview of VC's report to Senate: 4 Feb 2015

At the meeting of Senate to be held next week on 4 February 2015, the Vice-Chancellor will give her regular update report to members.

MA International Education & Globalisation webinar

The Department of Education delivered its second Masters webinar on 20 January, and with over 40 participants signed up, it the most successful yet.

Bath visit kicks off Mexico celebrations

We welcomed visitors from the Mexican Embassy at the start of the Year of Mexico in the UK and the UK in Mexico

Funding for international research

Academic staff: apply for funding to encourage researcher mobility & network development

New Elec Eng education programme with Sichuan University

The Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering will be launching a new joint education programme with the leading Electrical Engineering School at Sichuan University, China, when the first cohort of students are welcomed at Bath in September 2015.

Consolidating relationships with Zhejiang

The VC recently welcomed an academic delegation led by Executive Vice President Professor Yonghua Song

School of Management explores future partnerships in India

In addition to hosting two alumni events and attendance at the Education UK event in Delhi, along with representatives from the International Relations Office (IRO) and the Faculty of Engineering & Design, the delegation visited the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIMC) and H.R. College of Commerce & Economics, University of Mumbai, where opportunities for future collaborations were discussed.

Vice-Chancellor visits India

Dame Glynis gives an update about the UK-India Higher Education Summit in New Delhi

Funding to support short-term PhD UK/Indian placements

Newton-Bhabha PhD Placements Programme will sponsor UK and Indian PhD students to spend a period of their study (3 to 6 months) in Indian and UK higher education institutions taking place between March 2015 and March 2016.