University of Bath

Get help with your presentation skills

Find out how these courses can help you develop your presentation skills and improve your confidence when you give presentations.

Student presenting to the group
Develop your presentation skills

We offer a 4-week and 8-week courses and support sessions which can help you develop your presentation skills and your confidence when giving presentations at university or in the workplace.

You will learn the structure of a good presentation, key phrases, opening and closing statements and how to use your body language to make a good impression.

You will learn how to make effective visual aids, cite images correctly and how to make your presentations interesting and memorable.

You will practise planning, creating and giving presentations to your class and get support and feedback.

The courses are for all undergraduate and postgraduate students who use English as a first or second language from all faculties and departments.

Enrol

Before signing up please make sure that the day and time do not clash with your academic timetable using your MyTimetable.

8-week Course

On this course you will learn about basic presentation skills and structure. You will have plenty of opportunity to practise giving presentations to the class and will be confident to give a presentation at university or work.

Registration for this course will open via this page on the 1 October 2018 at 12.00pm

4-week Courses

This course will help you if you have some experience of giving presentations and want to improve your skills and develop your presentation structure.

You will have the opportunity to practise a presentation to the class. By the end of the course you will be more confident when giving presentations.

Registration for these courses will open via this page on the 1 October 2018 at 12.00pm

Presentation Support Sessions

You can bring your presentations and work with a tutor. The tutor will help you to improve and develop your presentation.

The presentation support sessions are on Monday at 6.15pm to 7.45pm

Registration for these sessions will open via this page on the 1 October 2018 at 12.00pm