Posts Tagged ‘student’

New printers start arriving from today

Following a successful test in the Copy & Print area in The Library, new Sharp printers will be installed across the University starting today (10 July).

It's Festival time! Sat 6 May

A message to students about our Festival taking place on campus this Saturday.

Nominate your best finalist for Chancellor's Prize by Tue 2 May

There is still time to propose exceptional final-year undergraduates for the annual Chancellor's Prize.

Chancellor's Prize for best undergraduate

Please nominate exceptional finalists for this year's Chancellor's Prize by noon on Tuesday 2 May

Wednesday's attack in Westminster

You will have seen in the media the shocking images from yesterday’s appalling attack in Westminster. Naturally, we are thinking about those who have lost their lives, people who have been injured and their families and friends. We offer our deepest sympathies to all those affected.

Student fencer is best of British after hitting number one spot

Sport & Exercise Science Masters student Tom Edwards has started 2017 on a high after rising to number one in the British Fencing epee rankings.

ACE graduate wins European Architectural Medal for uni project

The judges commented on Michael Lewis' work : "The project correctly combines regard for energy use and sustainability of materials with the characteristics of user needs; it tackles the problem of contextualising in a decaying city, looking for responsible urban regeneration."

Civil Eng student wins prestigious industrial placement award

Congratulations Alexander Relf who has received a prestigious inaugural award from the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) for his performance during a placement year.

Developing affordable, comfortable prosthetics

Fun, stress, excitement, uncertainty: Oscar Rovira (Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering student), writes about overcoming the problem of costly and uncomfortable prosthetics, particularly for mine victims in war-torn countries.

Maths/Physics undergrad wins JISC Student Ideas Comp

Bath student Azhar Jamal was voted one of the winners of the JISC Student Ideas Competition with a suggestion for an app that quizzes your knowledge on course-specific content.

Students get set for One Young World summit in Ottawa

For the fourth year in a row the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences will be sending two students to represent the University at the One Young World Summit in Ottawa, in November.

Reminder about travelling to exams

If you have exams, please remember to allow plenty of time to travel to campus when planning your journey.
All the options to travel to campus are on the University website.

Local resident thanks Good Samaritan students

Local resident Margaret Greensmith visited campus to be reunited with students who came to her rescue after a fall in Bath city centre.

Industrial action by University & College Union (UCU)

A message from Professor Peter Lambert, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning & Teaching):

Your opportunity to have your say in the EU Referendum

A message from Vice-Chancellor Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell, and Jordan Kenny, the Students' Union President:

Chancellor's Prize for best undergraduate

The deadline for nominations for this year's Chancellor's Prize is noon on Monday 9 May.

Student launches company

Student Business Plan winner swaps the University lecture theatre for the City’s Innovation Centre

Student business competition winner launches company

A third year business student from the University's School of Management has swapped the lecture theatre for the city’s Innovation Centre, as he prepares to launch his own company.

‘Write Bites’ workshops for students

Please signpost your students to these regular lunchtime workshops – starting on Wed 10 Feb

What's it like to be an undergrad at Bath?

Some of our students have created some blog posts to give an insight into student life at Bath.