The Doctoral College Information Fair welcomed research students from all disciplines to 10 Wests' Atrium on Tuesday 29 January.
Students had the opportunity to grab a coffee and browse stands from a wide range of teams and supports services from across the university including DoctoralSkills, Careers, Student Services, The SU Bath, Postgraduate Association, Team Bath, Kaleidoscope, The Library and Computing Services to name a few.
Feedback from the fair was positive with many students saying they had found it ‘really friendly & helpful’ to talk to the experts and discovered lots of opportunities that are available to research students that they weren’t already aware of.
PhD student and Doctoral Welcome Team Ambassador, Jo Davies, took over the Doctoral College Twitter account talking to exhibitors and tweeting live from the event. You can take a look at Jo’s Tweets via @DoctoralBath and by searching #bathdoctoralfair on Twitter.
If you weren’t able to come to the fair or you’re not based on campus, we’ve pulled together some information below which you might find useful. You can also take a look our photos from the day.
Find out how you can access services such as counselling, money advice and disability support.
The Students' Union Advice and Support Centre
Independent, professional and non-judgmental advice and support for all students.
Health and Safety
Find out about staying safe when you are working off campus.
A group for, and run by, Staff and PGR LGBT+ Visit their website to join Kaleidoscope and find out what's going on.
Printing, photocopying, binding and finishing services.
GW4 is a partnership of four universities in the South West. It offers a variety of benefits to postgraduate research students including access to a collaborative research network, expert training opportunities and shared resources.
All PhD students are entitled to a free sports pass with Team Bath.
The institutional mathematics resources centres offers help and advice on all things maths and statistics.