Noé, who tragically passed away on 6 February in an accident, was a committed and talented student and a keen sportsman, with a passion for football. He came to Bath after completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Vienna to fulfil his ambitions to study in the UK and specialize in International Relations.
Dr Maria Garcia, Head of Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, said: “Noé was an engaged and talented young man with a deep interest in the making an impact in international affairs and improving relations between states and communities. He was kind, charming and a loyal friend, who will be sorely missed by all who knew him.”
We know that Noé’s death will affect fellow students, friends and staff and a range of support is available:
If you are a member of staff, free and confidential counselling support is available from the University’s Employee Assistance Programme and / or the Education Support Partnership (which operates a 24/7 service. Contact details are available from Staff Counselling Service.
Cruse Bereavement Care offers free confidential support by telephone or email.