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  • Visit by the Hungarian Ambassador

    On 6 November the University welcomed the Hungarian Ambassador to the UK on campus. As part of the Embassy's new strategic plan, His Excellency Péter Szabadhegy and the Science and Technology Attaché, Anikó Dobi-Rózsa, have been touring universities in the...

  • Visit by Universidad Chileno-Británica de Cultura

    We welcomed a delegation from our South American partner, Universidad Chileno-Británica de Cultura (UCBC) on 3 November. The delegates, Mrs María Cristina Brieba (Vice-Chancellor), Mr Pedro Pfeffer (President) and Mr Pablo Halpern (Vice-President), were here to sign a new student...

  • International Masters Students Scholarships Reception

    With the new term well under way it was time once again for the reception for scholarship recipients at the Roman Baths on Wednesday 28 October. The evening provided 150 students with the opportunity to meet their fellow scholars, celebrate...

  • Collaboration with University of Calgary

    This summer, I had the opportunity to both visit and host Professor Carolyn Emery from the University of Calgary, Canada, as part of the Global Mobility Scheme (now named International Research Initiator Scheme). Professor Emery is a co-chair of the Sports...

  • Hans Schattle's partnership visit to University of Bath

    Recently the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies has had the honour of hosting Hans Schattle, Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, with help from Global Mobility Scheme Funding. Here is what...

  • International Mobility Team: summer activities

    You could be forgiven for thinking that over the summer months activity slows in the mobility team, with no students on campus and academics focusing on research, and perhaps we find ourselves with less work.  But that is definitely not...

  • Research trip to Stellenbosch University

    In September 2015 I had the opportunity to travel to Stellenbosch University, South Africa, as one of the University’s strategic partners. I was presenting my research at a Newton Fund/British Council funded Early-Career Researcher Links Conference co-sponsored by the Royal...

  • Springtime in Sydney

    My short visit to Sydney, funded by the Bath International Research Funding Schemes, to build collaborative links with colleagues in the Work and Organisation group at the historic university here, has coincided with the arrival of springtime weather after an...

  • International funding - apply now!

    We are delighted to announce the first call for applications to our 2015-2016 International Research Funding Schemes. The previous calls are already funding a wide range of fascinating research projects across the globe and we are looking forward to receiving...

  • International funding award winners announced

    Congratulations to all FAPESP-Bath and Accelerating International Research Collaboration award winners! In this year’s FAPESP-Bath funding call we have funded three projects. The lucky winners will be collaborating with colleagues from University of Sao Paulo on the following projects: Dr...