Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude visited the School to meet with students and lecturers at the forefront of the development of tools and designs that will ensure the cities of today are fit for the future.
Two masters courses - MA Urban Design and MSc Spatial Planning and Development - receive Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) accreditation.
Cardiff University confirms Postgraduate Taught Scholarship Scheme for Home and EU Students starting a full-time Masters course in September 2014.
MSc Eco-Cities students enjoy an 8-day field study visit to the Haicang District of Xiamen, China.
A presentation and exhibition of student work explored the spatial planning agenda facing the Cardiff city-region.
Rebecca Sladen has been awarded the RTPI Cymru annual prize that recognises excellence in coursework and examinations.
The prize is awarded in memory of Welsh Office planner Bill Unsworth and is awarded to the student with the highest grades achieved in year one on Cardiff University's BSc City and Regional Planning course.
The work of three MA Urban Design students has been recognised at the national Urban Design Group Student Awards.
The School's Student Awards 2013 were presented to our undergraduate Scholarship winners and top performing students.
Practitioners, academics and policy makers gathered in Brussels for the launch of the FP7 SmartSpec project.
PhD researchers Rhiannon Pugh and Helen Taylor successfully organised a one day conference that brought together researchers from across Wales.