News Archive, Tag: student

Mathematics student Joe Choong, of Pentathlon GB, outside the University of Bath library

VIDEO: Rio-bound Joe Choong on why University of Bath is ideal choice for student-athletes

20 July 2016

Rio-bound pentathlete Joe Choong says he would "really recommend the University of Bath to all student-athletes" after successfully managing the demands of his academic and sporting careers to achieve Olympic Games selection. The Pentathlon GB athlete will become the latest in a long line of University of Bath students to compete at a Games when he heads to Rio 2016 next month. The first was David Hembrow back in 1968, the Statistics student and swimmer narrowly missing out on a 4x100m medley relay...

3:Thirty Club cycle their way to the Pride Lands of Africa

09 November 2015

More than 300 University of Bath students enjoyed an outdoor big-screen showing of The Lion King – all courtesy of the leg work of 3:Thirty Club students. The 3:Thirty Club – the University’s recreational and social sports programme – facilitated the evening with a purpose of collaborating the Student Union’s initiative of Go Green Week  and Sport England’s University Activation Programme which aims to create more opportunities for students to get involved in sport. The...

Earn, learn and become an award-winning Team Bath coach – meet the undergraduate who won Student Employee of the Year 2015

03 November 2015

Team Bath offers a plethora of opportunities for students; they can train, compete and socialise as athletes – but they can also gain valuable experience as a coach. Opportunities include working with Tribe – Team Bath’s dedicated youth sport programme – to help young athletes not only develop their talent, but also use sport as a tool for learning key social skills that will serve them for the rest of their lives. One such student...

Eloise Laity

Chemistry student Eloise selected for Wales Commonwealth Games team

22 May 2014

University of Bath Chemistry student Eloise Laity said she was ‘absolutely over the moon’ to be named in the Wales hockey squad for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. The first year student joins University of Bath Sport and Exercise Science graduate Emma Batten in the Wales hockey squad for the Games. Laity’s selection comes just two weeks after she made her senior debut for Wales against Canada and just over a year after sustaining a...

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