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Datganiadau i'r wasg mewn ymateb i ymholiadau am brosiect trawsffurfio MEDIC Forward yr Ysgol Meddygaeth.
Mae Prifysgol Caerdydd a chlwb rygbi Meddygon Caerdydd wedi uno mewn ymgais i sicrhau na fydd chwaraewyr yn ymddwyn yn feddw ac yn wrthgymdeithasol yn y dyfodol.
Mae ein holl waith ymchwil sy'n defnyddio anifeiliaid yn ceisio lleddfu clefydau dynol a milfeddygol drwy wella dealltwriaeth feddygol, deintyddol, biolegol a milfeddygol.
Mewn cydweithrediad, mae’r Cyngor Deintyddol Cyffredinol (GDC) a Phrifysgol Caerdydd wedi nodi mater technegol gyda’r cymhwyster Baglor mewn Llawfeddygaeth Ddeintyddol (BDS).
Cymerwyd y penderfyniad i godi rhwyllau er lles iechyd a diogelwch.
We hold the health, safety and security of our students in the highest priority.
At the annual meeting of Court (10 April) members raised the question of whether Professor Sir Martin Evans could serve a second term.
The University has taken steps to minimise the impact and plan to maintain services as far as possible.
Cardiff University strongly supports the intention and purpose of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986.
Cardiff Medics teams will be able to compete in the BUCS competition next season.
Students of Cardiff University have been informed that a student has received a confirmed diagnosis of measles.
A Formal Investigation Panel has rejected allegations of research misconduct against Professor Paul Morgan and other members of his research group.
Cardiff University believes that all its students should have the option of being able to represent the University at the highest level across the range of sports on offer.
Cardiff University has joined others in the UK biosciences sector as signatory to the Declaration of Openness.
The recent action by UK Border Agency (UKBA) against London Metropolitan University will not affect international students who are coming to Cardiff University in September 2012.
Cardiff University takes very seriously the issues raised by The Daily Telegraph’s investigation.
Cardiff University is not a member of the University of Wales, it exercises full independent authority for the quality and standards of the degrees it awards to its students.
Collectively the St David’s Day Group is appalled by the latest revelations about certain institutions whose qualifications are validated by the University of Wales.
Today (Monday 11 July 2011), Cardiff University has welcomed the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales’ decision to accept its proposed fee level of £9,000 per annum for full-time Home and EU undergraduates joining the University from 2012-13.
While the University has no objection to the talk, the timings make staffing the event impossible.
The University fully respects the right of peaceful protest and freedom of expression for all its staff and students.
The International Academy of Voice at Cardiff University will be closed at the end of the calendar year.
The Scrutiny Group received a delegation from the ‘Campaign to Save the Humanities in the Centre of Lifelong Learning’ .
The Scrutiny Group established by the Council and Senate of Cardiff University to review recent proposals for changes to the Centre for Lifelong Learning has met for the first time (12 June 2009).
At the recent meeting of Council, the University's governing body, members considered the proposals for the Centre for Lifelong Learning.