Professor Paul Milbourne and Dr Li Yu visit China to launch the new “China-UK Research Centre for Eco-Cities and Sustainable Development".
The UK homelessness charity, Crisis, has warned of a “tragic waste of young lives”, as new Cardiff University research reveals that half of all homeless people first become homeless aged under-21.
Cardiff’s School of Planning and Geography has had 85% of its research assessed as world leading or internationally excellent in the latest Research Excellence Framework
Professor Gillian Bristow leads the University’s City Region Exchange project to engage with key stakeholders in the Cardiff Capital Region.
Cardiff University’s impressive list of respected partner Universities from across Europe provides a range of exchange semester destinations including Sweden, Denmark, France and Italy.
The School of Planning and Geography is seeking applications to its two year, international masters programme, PLANET Europe.
The School’s Professor Gillian Bristow and Dr Adrian Healy have addressed the slow recovery of the eurozone economies in a new post for the Conversation.
Cardiff School of Planning and Geography has been ranked 2nd for Town and Country Planning in this year’s Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide for 2015.
Research by Cardiff School of Planning and Geography has helped shape the new Wales Housing Act 2014, which recently received Royal assent.
Overall Satisfaction at Cardiff School of Planning and Geography has been rated at 100% in this year’s National Student Survey of final year undergraduate students.