Lectures and study

  • Physics: transitioning from A-level to studying a degree

    Making the transition from A-level to degree level physics can sound like a daunting prospect. For a start, choosing any subject on a full-time basis is a big decision. When I was applying for a physics course I had a...

  • Exploring “The Edge” at Roche Continents ‘16

    Agnes Wong, one of our MPharm students, has just returned from taking part in this year’s Roche Continents project in Salzburg, Austria. The project aims to bring together 100 top students from across Europe to give them the opportunity to...

  • An insight into Maths & Physics at Bath

    Maths & Physics at Bath is probably one of the smallest courses at the university, with around 35 students. When applying to university, I had trouble choosing a course as I didn’t particularly want to narrow my studies down to...

  • Staying organised at University!

    Now, I don’t want to sound preachy, but staying organised at University is super important for staying on the ball, getting the most out of your degree and keeping on top of your work. I know, accuse me of sounding...

  • Second Year Mouse Project

    Semester 2 for the Department of Engineering at the University of Bath was always going to be busy, but I never expected it to be quite as varied and exciting as it has turned out to be! At the start...

  • Hunting for a Space

    Exam season is upon us. With barely a month between us and the start of exam week, we are all running around trying to find a place to take cover. The next few weeks for many of us master’s students...

  • An update on the second semester

    The second semester started off slowly but picked up momentum as it went along. The greatest relief was going onto something new and hopefully more interesting after having to re-read the first semester’s notes a million times. The modules bring...

  • Out with the old, in with the new

    So the first semester of university is over, January exams are already long forgotten and inter-semester break felt like the most needed holiday of my life. It’s now the first week into semester two and I can already tell you...

  • Psychology at Bath: an insight

    Time for another blog and now that Semester 2 has begun I am feeling a lot more motivated and am therefore in the mood to chat about my course. I’m on the 4 year psychology course which includes a placement...

  • The busy life of a second year integrated engineer

    As semester one draws to a close and exams loom ever closer, I feel it’s best I write a post about what on earth I have been getting up to in the engineering department over the last eleven weeks. Let...