Diversity

  • Mentoring to develop your leadership skills

    A survey by RSA, the executive search firm, looked at the UK life sciences industry and found that “women bring empathy and intuition to leadership” with nearly two-thirds of respondents (62 per cent) thinking that women contribute differently in the boardroom,...

  • How can women develop leadership skills?

    This Saturday, the University of Bath Students Union are hosting our first ever Women in Leadership Conference.  The careers team are thrilled to be part of this event and we will be delivering workshops and offering 1:1 careers support to the...

  • Enable: Careers Events to support Disabled Students

    The Enable Careers Events been developed by the Disability Advice Team, the Counselling & Wellbeing Service and the Careers Team at Bath to support students with a physical disability, mental health issue or a learning difficulty.  The programme is made up...

  • The Careers Service at the Women in Leadership Conference!

    We are absolutely thrilled to be delivering workshops during the Women in Leadership Conference which is being organised by the University of Bath Students Union. The Careers team will be leading the following workshops: Networking with Purpose: this session will help participants think about...

  • Internship Programme for Students and Graduates with Disabilities or Long-term Health Conditions

    Change 100 is a paid placement programme to match talented and ambitious students and recent graduates with disabilities or long-term health conditions with top UK companies. Disabilities or long-term health conditions could include physical, visual or hearing impairments, mental health...

  • Stonewall Top 100 Employers!

    Stonewall Top 100 Employers is a definitive list showcasing the best employers for lesbian, gay and bisexual staff. Each year employers participating in the Workplace Equality Index invite their staff to give anonymous feedback directly to Stonewall on their experiences of working...

  • Disabled Graduates - Life After University

      Yesterday afternoon I stumbled across BBC's Ouch, who followed several disabled students as they started university. Now over a decade later the BBC has revisited them to ask “With almost 50% of disabled people unemployed, how have they fared in...