Global Residencies 2016
Expand your horizons with an international study tour
Posts from students on the 2016 Global Residencies in Miami, Nice, St. Petersburg and Beijing.
Our MSc courses last 12 months. During your year with us there will be many ways to add to your learning with study, research and career workshops.
Your dedicated Student Experience Officers are here to help with any personal or academic issues you might have. They also organise social events to help you get to know fellow students and enjoy life outside of the classroom.
In June, you’ll also have the chance to experience the international business world with a Global Residency.
Here’s an idea of some of the events that take place in a typical MSc year:
Make a difference, develop skills that employers want, get UK experience and meet other students.Find out more
Celebrate the festive season in one of Bath’s top venues.
Meet companies, develop analytical skills, solve a real business issue.Find out more
The social event of the year at Bath’s most historic venue, the Roman Baths and Pump Rooms.
Get help and guidance on your dissertation work with a series of workshops and seminars.
Develop business models, meet entrepreneurs and pitch your ideas to industry experts.Find out more
Experience the international business world and enhance your CV.
Receive your degree and celebrate the culmination of a year’s hard work. Takes place at the beautiful Georgian setting of the Assembly Rooms.
Explore the southern tip of the nation from the attractive university town of Stellenbosch
A mixture of futuristic and historic in the country's capital, Beijing
The multicultural and glamorous surroundings of Miami, Florida
The country's second largest city, and Russia's cultural centre, St Petersburg
The beautiful, cosmopolitan coastal city of Nice. Enjoy the sun and blue waters that gave the Cote d'Azur its name
Global Residencies are optional for all MSc students. We cover some costs, but you will still need between £1000 and £2000 (subject to exchange rates). This is for travel, a visa, the programme and spending money.
We need a minimum number of participants to run Global Residencies. This is normally at least 15 students.
For more information contact Dee Mahil (firstname.lastname@example.org).