Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering

  • What is it like to study Architecture?

    Author: Matt Coles - Filmmaking is one of my passions, and before beginning the final year of my degree I had an itch to start a film project in my spare time, but I was studying architecture, so spare time...

  • Bath Architecture Annual 2018

    Read the latest student-produced Bath Architecture Annual showcasing student work from our BSc and MArch architecture courses: Buy your own copy for £10 This book represents the conclusion of our beginning, but also the start of something new...In this book...

  • What's it like studying civil engineering?

    Author: Freya Kille - I was approached by UniFrog to help them create a video about what it is like to study civil engineering at university. The aim of this is to show people who are trying to decode a degree...

  • Why Become a Structural Engineer?

    Author: Matt Church - Last summer, I volunteered to put myself into the limelight and assist the Institution of Structural Engineers by being filmed and interviewed to spread the word of structural engineering to pre-higher education students. When I was in...

  • Bath Architecture Annual 2017

    Read the latest student-produced Bath Architecture Annual showcasing student work from our BSc and MArch architecture courses:   View the annual on ISSUU. Contents Foreword - page 10 BSc Architecture First Year - page 14 Second Year - page 18 Third Year...

  • A positive response

    When someone sets out an aspiration to be a positive man in 2018, they deserve a positive response. This reply is a personal perspective, reflecting on my own experiences in Engineering and Universities, to recognise progress and suggest ways we...

  • How to be a positive man in 2018

    Gender inequality is a problem in many parts of our society including universities and the engineering sector. What are some simple, practical ways in which men can make a positive contribution? Before looking to the rosy future, it’s fair to...

  • Keeping watch

    Author: Fiona Gleed This blog has previously been published at SARAID-CRT As a student at the University of Bath, the river is a very visible feature - especially so for a mature postgraduate commuting in to research flood resilience. With...

  • Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

    Author: Fiona Gleed This blog has previously been published in Public Engagement at Bath Five years ago, I did something crazy... A colleague in the Civil Engineering cluster at UWE had been approached by Dr. Helen Featherstone, then with the...