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Your September 2020 alumni update

We've been apart for the past six months, but together we've supported the NHS, the local community and one another.

Now we're about to start the new academic year stronger than ever. Things may look a little different on campus, but the University has worked hard to ensure that students have a safe and happy experience during their time with us. Find out more in these videos about student experience and learning and teaching.

Thank you for everything you have done over the past few months. From volunteering as mentors on Bath Connection, to celebrating the Class of 2020 and supporting our PPE production efforts, we are grateful for all that our alumni do to support students and the wider Bath community.

With best wishes,

Emma & Jodie
Alumni Communications team


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