International

  • Bath graduate translates award-winning Syrian Journalist

    Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp completed the MA Interpreting and Translating programme with German and Russian at the University of Bath in 2004. Soon after graduating, Ruth was employed as a linguist and researcher in the UK civil service where she added...

  • Getting reconnected with Bath

    Action for M.E. CEO and Bath alumna, Sonya Chowdhury, recently volunteered her time and expertise at one of our ‘Get Connected’ events. It was the first engagement she’d had with us since she graduated in 1998, but within 24 hours...

  • Galapagos Island trip

    PhD students Elisabeth Grey (Department for Health), Becky Mead and Dana Buchan (both Department Biology & Biochemistry) are doing evolutionary related research at the University, and have just returned from a trip to the Galapagos Islands. Dana and Becky’s projects are investigating...

  • Interpreting and translating alumni triumph at United Nations

    The United Nations interpreter examinations are renowned for being incredibly challenging, rigorous and highly competitive. They aim to single out the best in the interpreting world. So when we heard that MA Interpreting and Translating alumni Katherine Nield and Jaya...

  • A chance encounter in Singapore

    Our international network has grown beyond measure over the last few years. So whether you’re travelling for work or pleasure, the chance of bumping into a fellow Bath graduate is growing. However, when our Director of Development & Alumni Relations,...

  • Bath alumni meet up Down Under

    On a Spring September evening in Melbourne, around 20 alumni gathered in a suitable watering hole to share memories of their time in Bath and stories of how they ended up in Australia. We were honoured to be joined by David...

  • Behind the scenes of the Large Hadron Collider

    As a Bath graduate based in Geneva, and the CEO of the world’s largest cancer NGO, the link between the University and CERN is for me, a compelling one. And one which, amazingly, came about due to a chance alumni...

  • Shanghai alumni reception: a message from the Vice-Chancellor

    It was a great pleasure to meet so many proud, engaged and enthusiastic Bath graduates at last week’s reception in Shanghai. Our alumni community in China is by far our largest overseas, with nearly 600 alumni in Shanghai alone. As...

  • Day 4: Business time

    The final instalment from our Apps Crunch winners: It was business time. We’d spent a day looking at the big guys in tech, Facebook and Google. We’d spent a day looking around smaller startups to see how the faster paced...

  • Day 3: "Coding is easy, people are hard"

    More from our Apps Crunch winners in California: Full on sleep but lacking in breakfast, today was a look at smaller startups and what it was like to work in the city, rather than an offsite campus. First stop was...