All Week

Engineering and Design Placement Poster Fair

Come and see what our students did on their placement year and start thinking where you’d like to work.

Time: All day, Monday to Friday
Where: E-lounge in 4 East

Monday 15 October 2018

An introduction to presentation skills: the basics of a good presentation

Come along for a short, interactive Academic Skills Programme taster session on how to ensure your presentations are effective and engaging.

Booking required: Click on times below
Time: 1.15pm to 1.35pm and 1.40pm to 2pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 3.7

An introduction to discussion skills: increasing your confidence

If English is your second language, and you'd like to feel more confident speaking English at university, join us for this interactive Academic Skills Programme taster session on discussion skills.

Booking required: Click on times below
Time: 1.15pm to 1.35pm and 1.40pm to 2pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 3.10

Improve your planning skills and Study Efficiently

This workshop is to raise awareness of available resources and programs which you can use to help you with your studying. You can increase your studying speed and spend less time producing better quality assignments.

Booking required: Book via the Computing Services website (scroll down to "Book your place)
Time: 2.15pm to 4pm
Where: 6 West IT Training Room 0.11

From Pilates teacher in Cornwall to setting up a factory in a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan: thinking outside the employability box

Amy Peake was sitting in her doctor's surgery when she saw a photograph that changed her life.  Moved to action to help women in war zones, she set out to create a sanitary pad factory in the largest refugee camp in Jordan.

Booking required: Book via Eventbrite
Time: 6.15pm to 7.05pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 4.5

Panel event: Alternative Careers in Science

Whether you leave science completely or choose to stay out of the lab, there are many graduate career options for scientists to consider.

Booking required: Book via My Future
Time: 6.30pm to 8pm

Tuesday 16 October

An introduction to presentation skills: the basics of a good presentation

Come along for a short, interactive Academic Skills Programme taster session on how to ensure your presentations are effective and engaging.

Booking required: Click on times below
Time: 1.15pm to 1.35pm and 1.40pm to 2pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 3.7

An introduction to discussion skills: increasing your confidence

If English is your second language, and you'd like to feel more confident speaking English at university, join us for this interactive Academic Skills Programme taster session on discussion skills.

Booking required: Click on times below
Time: 1.15pm to 1.35pm and 1.40pm to 2pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 3.1

Bath Award information session

Come and find out about the opportunities and benefits of taking part in the Bath Award.

Booking required: Book via the SU website
Time: 1.15pm to 2pm

What I learned as a PAL leader

Jiani was elected SU Postgraduate Officer in March and in this talk she will describe how her experience as a PAL Leader and the skills she gained through peer support greatly helped her campaign.

Booking required: Book via Eventbrite
Time: 1.15pm to 2.05pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 4.8

Making the most of the Careers Fair

This session is for those of you who want to make the most of interactions with employers at the Careers Fair - as a valuable source of information for your career decisions and for impressing your potential future manager.

Booking required: Book via My Future
When: 1.15pm to 2.05pm

Language exchange

Come and join us for this introductory Language Exchange event: practise your chosen language, meet people from all over the world and find out about other cultures. Free drinks and snacks!

Booking required: Book via Eventbrite
Time: 5.15pm to 7.05pm
Where: 1 West 2.104

Wednesday 17 October

Bath Award drop-in

Drop in to meet the Bath Award team who will be happy to answer any questions you have about the Award. Biscuits provided!

Time: 10am to 12pm
Where: Virgil Building 2.13

Part-time jobs fair

If you’re looking for a part-time job, come along to the Virgil Building and meet local and campus employers who currently have vacancies.

Time: 11am to 3pm
Where: Virgil Building training room, Level 1

Improve your planning skills and Study Efficiently

This workshop is to raise awareness of available resources and programs which you can use to help you with your studying. You can increase your studying speed and spend less time producing better quality assignments.

Booking required: Book via the Computing Services website (scroll down to "Book your place)
Time: 11.15am to 1.15pm
Where: 6 West IT Training Room 0.11

How to build a competitor analysis

Whether you’re looking for a job or starting your own business, competitor analysis is a must. This interactive session will give you tools to get started.

Booking required: Book via Eventbrite
Time: 1.15pm to 2.05pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 3.5

Italian taster session

Sign up for a short lesson to learn some basic Italian in this interactive Foreign Languages taster session. It will be fun!

Booking required: Click on times below
Time: 1.15pm to 1.35pm and 1.40pm to 2pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 3.7

How to choose a career

Many people spend longer thinking about holidays than their career plans – come to this session to explore how to come up with your own career plan.

Booking required: Book via My Future
When: 1.15pm to 2.05pm

LinkedIn Day - Photo & Mini Profile Lab

Careers Advisers will be on hand to check your LinkedIn profile and give advice on how best to develop it – and you can get your photo taken.

Booking required: Book via My Future
When: 2pm to 5pm (in the Virgil Building)

Thursday 18 October

Autumn Careers & Placements Fair

Come and meet over 200 employers - big & small, national & local, and from a wide range of sectors at this two day event – to find out about placement and career opportunities.

Tine: 11am to 4pm
Where: STV

FunMaths

FunMaths roadshow with puzzles and logic games - join us to problem-solve, play and learn about the Mathematics Resources Centre (MASH).

Time: 12.15pm to 2.05pm
Where: Students' Union, level 3

Japanese taster session

Sign up for a short lesson to learn some basic Japanese in this interactive Foreign Languages taster session. It will be fun!

Booking required: Click on times below
Time: 1.15pm to 1.35pm and 1.40pm to 2pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 4.10

German taster session

Sign up for a short lesson to learn some basic German in this interactive Foreign Languages taster session. It will be fun!

Booking required: Click on times below
Time: 1.15pm to 1.35pm and 1.40pm to 2pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 4.8

Languages, intercultural understanding and the advertising industry

Ex-Bath student Phil Robinson, of Proctors, Bristol, will be talking about the value of language and cultural understanding in a global advertising industry.

Booking required: Book via Eventbrite
Time: 1.15pm to 2.05pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 4.1

How to start a successful business while studying at university

Alex made the most of the expertise in languages that he developed as part of his university studies to create a language learning app and set up his own business. He will share his experience with you and give pointers on how you can make the most of your own skills in the world of business.

Booking required: Book via Eventbrite
Time: 6.15pm to 7.05pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 4.10

Friday 19 October

Autumn Careers & Placements Fair

Come and meet over 200 employers - big & small, national & local, and from a wide range of sectors at this two day event – to find out about placement and career opportunities.

Time: 11am to 4pm
Where: STV

How studying languages helped me get paid to watch the World Cup

From interviewing footballers about Spotify to spending the day with Big Narstie at the FA Cup Final, languages have led Sam to a career where his job and his hobbies are one and the same - and where checking Instagram is more important than checking email.

Booking required: Book via Eventbrite
Time: 1.15pm to 2.05pm
Where: Chancellor's Building 4.5