Welcome to all our staff for the 2021-2022 academic year.
A one-way system in and out of the East carpark will be operating from Monday 27 September
More than 5,000 new students will have the opportunity to learn about Carbon Literacy as part of University induction in UK first.
Interview with Frank, turning 95 this month, who walks to the University every day for his shopping and paper.
Psychologists at the University of Bath want participants from the local area to come forward for a new study focusing on the effects of trauma and PTSD.
The GW4 Crucible 2022 Programme is now open with the theme 'Building back better: Interdisciplinary approaches to mental health and wellbeing research'.
Virtual training sessions, peer assisted learning sessions, volunteering in the community and support networks contributed to winning this award.
People with an individual personal pension could retire with as little as half the value of a comparable group pension fund facilitated by an employer
BBC coverage of recent Bath graduate, Nav Sawhney, who is in Iraq distributing low-cost, hand-cranked washing machines to refugees.
Hear from our Vice-Chancellor and other members of Executive Board.
We have now agreed our overall approach for the 2021/22 academic year and are developing detailed plans.
Guidance and resources for ways of working in the 2021-22 academic year for Professional Services staff with office-based roles.
You can collect your home test kits from the Sports Training Village seven days a week. Updated 16 August 2021.
This Research Professional training session for academics will provide an introduction to the platform and demonstrate how to search for funding opportunities.
Matt Dickson, Sandra McNally, Andrew Ross, and Lee Elliot Major join us to discuss graduate under-employment and the post-pandemic labour market.
October marks Black History Month in the UK. The conference aims to recognise the contribution and achievements of those with African or Caribbean heritage.
If you are a member of staff who uses the lecture capture facilities, please make sure you are aware of the changes for the next academic year.
Access to Unidesk is changing. From 21 September most of the software offered will be moving to The Cloud in Azure Virtual Desktop.
Affects UniDesk, UniApps, Autodesk Education and Aztec software.