UK and International newspapers, including many popular UK broadsheets (e.g. The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Independent, The Sunday Times and The Times) – our Nexis subscription provides full-text access to the international press, including major world newspapers and the trade/advertising press. Read our short guide for more information on finding specific newspapers on Nexis.
To encourage individuals to subscribe, many newspapers online do allow some limited free access to their articles. This can be very useful, but you may find you exhaust this quickly when conducting research.
EMIS is an emerging markets platform providing company, country and industry intelligence. It includes 9,000 local news sources from 173 countries/regions. To find the news stories, choose the ‘countries’ tab and then ‘latest news’.
Financial Times – we have access to 24 years’ worth of FT articles via the ABI/Inform global database. The quickest route in is to search for FT articles in our Library catalogue and follow links to View Online. Please note that there is an embargo on content from the most recent 30 days.
ABI/Inform also includes hundreds of other newspapers and magazines, including for example The Wall Street Journal, The Economist and Sloan Management Review. You can also find these titles in our Library catalogue.
NB: if you need the most recent FT content, you can use our separate FT.com subscription. FT.com requires you to register using your University of Bath email address. The FT charges us based on usage. Please help us keep costs down by searching for FT content via our catalogue in the first instance.
Time Higher Education (THE) – our subscription to the electronic version of the THE provides unrestricted access to their news and commentary, university rankings, World Summit Series and more.
To quickly access the full content online and for free, you will need to follow the link for online access provided via the Library catalogue THE record. You then need to:
- click the red user account symbol at the top right of the web page
- click ‘Register’ to set up a personal THE account using your University email address
- enter your preferred username and password for use when logging-in to THE
- (Optional) select to receive newsletter(s)
- Click ‘Join Us’
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