School of Management

  • Why I chose Business Administration at Bath

    When I was first applying for uni, I always knew I wanted to do business because it was the most relevant degree to what I wanted a career in. However, there are a broad range of business degrees that you...

  • Year Abroad: 5 Unusual Ways to Practice your Language

      As a languages student, the highest priority for your Year Abroad is to improve your language skills – this goes without saying. But ask any student who is currently away, or has completed their placement, and they will tell...

  • Living in Woodland Court

    Aside from applying for uni itself, applying for accommodation is the most stressful experience of uni preparation- at least it was for me! I live in Woodland Court, and thought it would be good to offer a little personal insight...

  • Moving in and Fresher's Week: My advice

    Even if you think that you know exactly what to expect when you arrive at university, no matter how ready and prepared you may feel, you don’t. Having deferred my place to take a gap year, in theory I had...

  • No pasa nada

    Location: El Puerto de Santa María, España.                                                                                     Day 87 On your Open Day, you are woo’d by it and with that; you apply to do Modern Languages. In your first year, you start mentally planning what exotic places you’ll go to...

  • Ich bin ein Berliner

    After two horrendous weeks of exams, it was time for the long-awaited and deserved Inter-semester break. Different university societies plan different trips during this week-long break before Semester 2 starts. The most well know trip is probably the Ski Trip...

  • Applying for a year abroad

    There are certain expectations that you should set for yourself if you're planning to go to university. Someone will always steal your milk and not own up to it You will often be faced with the choice of going to...

  • Second year counts

    In first year everything is fun and giggles. You find everything exciting, as it is your first year at university. Of course, not everything is so fun (see my other post “Rollercoaster” for more information on this). However, second year...