This timetable is for all Postgraduate Economic courses including: MRes/MSc Economics/MEF/MSc Applied/MSc EBIS/MSc APEB.

Arrivals weekend is Friday 23, Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 of September and Welcome Week runs from Monday 26 September to Sunday 30 September 2022.

Find out where to go

Look at our campus map to get directions to your sessions.

University Life

You must attend a University Life session taking place over arrivals weekend. You can find your time slot on this page. It’s important that you attend this.

Your timetable

Monday 26 September

Start Finish Location Description
11.15am 12.05pm 8 West 2.1 Welcome Talk - MRes /Msc Economics/MEF students
12.15pm 1.05pm 3 East 2.4 Welcome Talk - MSc Applied Economics
12.15pm 1.05pm 8 West 2.19 Welcome Talk - MSc Economics for Business Intelligence and Systems students

Tuesday 27 September

Start Finish Location Description
11.15am 1.05pm Chancellors' Building 2.6 All PGT students and MSc Applied Psychology and Economic Behaviour (APEB) students welcome. Come and meet your peers over coffee and lunch
12.15pm 2.05pm Chancellors' Building 3.5 Welcome Talk - MRes
13.15pm 4.05pm Chancellors' Building 3.9 MRes Programmes lunch. This event follows on from the MRes welcome talk
2.15pm 3.05pm Zoom Climate literacy : Work with other students in this interactive session to explore the climate emergency, how the University is responding and how you can get involved. ​

Wednesday 28 September

Start Finish Location Description
10.15am 11.05am MS Teams Be the Change: Understand the community of the University of Bath, and how you can be an active bystander and promote equality.
2.15pm 4.05pm 5 West 2.1 PGT Pre-Sessional Lecture (Session 1) - Compulsory for MSc Economics/MSc Economics and Finance/MSc Applied Economics/MSc Applied Economics with Banking and Financial Markets/MRes Economics, optional for MSc EBIS

Thursday 29 September

Start Finish Location Description
9.15am 11.05pm 5 West 2.1 PGT Pre-Sessional Lecture (Session 2) Compulsory for MSc Economics/MSc Economics and Finance/ MSc Applied Economics/MSc Applied Economics with Banking and Financial Markets/MRes Economics, optional MSc EBIS
2.15pm 3.05pm East Building 1.1 Careers Session with Aste Dahl
3.15pm 4.05pm Chancellors' Building 1.10 Library Catalogue Introduction with Katrin Roberts

Friday 30 September

Start Finish Location Description
9.15am 11.05pm 5 West 2.1 Dept of Economics PGT Pre-Sessional Lecture (Session 3) Compulsory for MSc Economics/MSc Economics and Finance/MSc Applied Economics/MSc Applied Economics with Banking and Financial Markets/MRes Economics, optional for MSc EBIS
11.15am 12.05pm MS Teams Be the Change (MRes Students only): Understand the community of the University of Bath, and how you can be an active bystander and promote equality.
12.15pm 1.05pm Zoom Climate literacy (MRes Students only) : Work with other students in this interactive session to explore the climate emergency, how the University is responding and how you can get involved.
2.15pm 4.05pm 5 West 2.1 Dept of Economics PGT Pre-Sessional Lecture (Session 4) Compulsory for MSc Economics/MSc Economics and Finance/MSc Applied Economics/MSc Applied Economics with Banking and Financial Markets/MRes Economics, optional for MSc EBIS

Please check this page regularly as sometimes we need to change the times and locations of Welcome events. During Welcome, we would recommend you check your timetable at the start of each day.

As well as these compulsory events, you can also get involved in optional activities run by The SU.

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