Who are we?
PhySoc is the Physics Society here at the University of Bath, and we welcome anyone wishing to join, whether you are studying Physics or simply have an interest!
We are an energetic society that provides fellow science enthusiasts with the opportunity to relax and bond together. We organize days out to awesome science places, nights out at Labyrinth, and enjoyable moments of contemplation over food and drinks. This fosters the growth and development of the scientist's brain alongside others who share similar interests.
Check our Career Links sub-page regularly for updated opportunities that might be useful for you!
Our entire calendar for Socials, Networking events, and more is on our Instagram, Facebook, and Discord!
Why join us?
Join us and be a part of an exciting year with a revamped PhySoc! Here are some reasons to consider joining us:
- An unforgettable ISB Trip Abroad to Tenerife in 2024
- Free merch for Freshers, including wristbands, stickers, and more
- Free Pub Lectures delivered by academic staff
- A big blowout Higgs Booze-on pub crawl at the end of the 1st Semester exam season
- And of course, a variety of regular themed socials throughout the year!
Where to find us
Our committee members are all friendly, sociable Physicists who can be found around Physics Square and, of course, attending all the social events which we will be planning.
Take a look at this year's PhySoc committee members below and if you recognise any of us around campus, make sure to say hi!
We are also easy to approach via our committee email, should you want to ask any questions.
TPP - Global Digital Health
TPP is a Leeds based global digital health company. With over 6,000 organisations using our solutions to care for over 50 million patients, our software is used across all health and social care settings, including GPs, emergency departments, hospitals and mental health services. This means that wherever and whenever a patient needs care, a detailed and up-to-date record is available. No other company has a digital healthcare solution on this scale. Our database is one of the largest in the world. It processes a billion transactions daily – more than the London Stock Exchange and Visa combined.
Our technology helps improve people’s lives across the world, whether it is scheduling immunisations for millions of children, allowing doctors to manage complex care for elderly patients, helping governments with the prevention of outbreaks, or developing new machine learning algorithms for the early diagnosis of disease. TPP is committed to helping tackle global health challenges, working with governments to deliver the technology required for the future of healthcare.
TPP has been consistently recognised as an outstanding graduate employer. Since 2017, we have consistently featured in The Job Crowds’ “Top Company for Graduates to Work For”, and were the overall winners for 2022 in addition to being awarded ‘Best Salary’ and ‘Best Benefits’. We have also been named in the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers list every year since 2019.
We have several graduate opportunities available ranging from Analyst to Software Developer with amazing starting salaries of up to £50k. We are also flexible with start dates and don't stick to a typical graduate intake; whether you're a recent graduate hoping to start their career now or a final year student looking for a career for after graduation, you can apply now by visiting our website https://tpp-careers.com/
Institute of Physics
The Institute of Physics is the professional body and learned society for physics in the UK and Ireland. They inspire people to develop their knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of physics.
The IOP works with a range of partners to support and develop the teaching of physics in schools; we encourage innovation, growth and productivity in business including addressing significant skills shortages and we provide evidence-based advice and support to governments across the UK and in Ireland.
As a world-leading science publisher the IOP is proud to be a trusted and valued voice for the physics community.
To find out more visit http://iop.org
Department of Physics, University of Bath