University of Bath

Events

Details of our upcoming events, including conferences, public lectures, arts performances and exhibitions and sporting fixtures.

  • Cake in the Commons, 2018/19

    1 Sep 2018 10.30AM Graduate Commons, 10 West 5.01, University of Bath

    Cake in the Commons runs every Friday. Come along and meet your fellow researchers.

  • Doctoral student campus tours, 2018/19

    1 Oct 2018 12.00AM Details will be provided upon booking, University of Bath

    Are you new to the University of Bath? Come and join us on a campus tour for doctoral students.

  • Wind Down Wednesday

    14 Nov 2018 4.00PM Graduate Commons, 10 West 5.01, University of Bath

    Our activity based sessions offer the perfect opportunity to take a break from your research.

  • Time management

    20 May 2019 1.30PM Room to be confirmed, University of Bath

    Learn how to manage your time more effectively, highlighting your priorities to develop your own personal work-life balance plan.

  • Science in policy May impact workshop

    20 May 2019 2.00PM 10 West 2.45, University of Bath

    This workshop provides an overview of Parliament, including Select Committees, legislative scrutiny, the House of Commons and the House of Lords libraries

  • SDPR for Education and Research Staff-21May2019

    21 May 2019 10.30AM Claverton Down Campus, Room number and building detailed at the point of booking ., University of Bath

    A course for all staff in the Education and Research job family to help you prepare for your Staff Development Performance Review (SDPR).

  • Office 365 Champion Insight Event

    21 May 2019 1.30PM On campus, University of Bath

    This event will equip you with the resources and insight for you to be able to support others, throughout the University's journey in Office 365.

  • Social Mobility and Education in Britain

    21 May 2019 5.15PM 10 West 2.45, University of Bath

    Listen to Erzs├ębet Bukodi and John Goldthorpe discuss their recently published book 'Social Mobility and Education in Britain: Research, Politics and Policy'.