Join us for our postgraduate research highlight afternoon from 1.15pm on 17th November in the Physics Building (8 West) room 3.14 and you will discover:
- Available projects
- Supervisors you could work with
- Entry requirements
- Current PhD students and staff who will talk about their research and experience at Bath
- How to get funding
Upon embarking on a Ph.D. journey, your motivations are the key to a rewarding experience. Whether fueled by a deep passion for research, an insatiable intellectual curiosity, or the aspiration for an academic career, your commitment to contributing to your chosen field is crucial. Consider how your research can address real-world issues, contributing to societal progress or help stretch the intellectual reach of humankind. The journey offers networking opportunities, the chance for specialisation, and the joy of teaching if that resonates with you. Beyond the academic realm, obtaining a PhD grants you the prestigious title of "Doctor", a designation you carry for a lifetime, symbolizing your expertise and dedication to advancing knowledge. While the road ahead demands perseverance, the potential to make impactful contributions to knowledge and society, coupled with the enduring recognition of the title, makes the PhD journey both challenging and personally fulfilling.
What to expect
On arrival at 1.15pm, you will have the chance to hear from this year's PhD Student Prize Winner in Physics, as well as flash talks from some of our current PhD students. You will also learn about the available PhD projects within the Department of Physics and how to apply.
From there, you are invited to join us and learn more about postgraduate research within the Department of Physics during a poster session with light refreshments.
You will then have the opportunity to join the research area you are most interested in for a tour of their research facilities, and to meet current postgraduate researchers and supervisors.
Our commitment to EDI
We aim to be an inclusive university, where difference is celebrated, respected and encouraged. We have an excellent international reputation with staff from over 60 different nations and have made a positive commitment towards gender equality and intersectionality receiving a Silver Athena SWAN award. We truly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and backgrounds will lead to a better environment for our employees and students, so we encourage applications from all genders, backgrounds, and communities, particularly from under-represented groups, and value the positive impact that will have on our teams.
We are very proud to be an autism friendly university and are an accredited Disability Confident Leader; committed to building disability confidence and supporting disabled staff.
About the Department of Physics
Our research covers a wide spectrum of activities, from fundamental physics to technological applications. With four research groups and three centres, we cover topics across Astrophysics, Biophysics, Photonics, Nanoscience, Oceanic Science, and Theory. See our Department web pages for more information.