News Archive 2010-11
The School's news archive for the academic year 2010-11.
There can’t be many couples who have, between them, won the National Eisteddfod Chair, Crown and Prose Medal. But that’s the claim Cardiff husband and wife T James Jones and Manon Rhys can now make...
The Welsh for Adults Summer School, held throughout July and August, offers residential and non-residential courses that cater for Welsh learners of all levels and abilities.
One of the earliest known plays in Welsh has been revived to delight and instruct audiences once again.
The School of Welsh, Cardiff University is advertising a
tutor post for a 10 month period to begin on 1 September 2011.
The School of Welsh welcomes the Welsh Government’s decision to invest in the National Sabbatical Scheme and is very much looking forward to contributing further to the project.
Llŷr Gwyn Lewis has won the Chair at the 2011 Urdd Eisteddfod in Swasnea. This is the second year running that Llŷr, a postgraduate student at the School of Welsh, has won the competition.
Cardiff's School of Welsh has been ranked best in Britain for Celtic Studies again this year according to The Complete University Guide...
Congratulations to Osian Gruffydd from the second year and Owain Rhys Lewis from the final year who have won the University Undergraduate Scholarships 2010/11.
This year’s Poetry Slam between the students and staff of the School of Welsh was held on Thursday 31 March in Nos Da in Riverside.
Elidir Jones from Bangor is a PhD student in the School of Welsh and the School of English, Communication and Philosophy. He is also one of the scriptwriters for the new comedy series...
Each year, during the spring semester, students from Colgate University, in Madison County, New York, USA come to Cardiff University as part of of a Study Abroad Scheme...
During the week leading up to Red Nose day on 8 March, the School of Welsh was busy with a week of various fund-raising activities.
On Friday 11 March the School of Welsh’s annual Welsh Experience Day was held. More than 30 pupils attended, all of them preparing for their Second Language Welsh GCSE examination.
Cardiff University has established a new Graduate College that brings together the work of four previous Graduate Schools and the postgraduate research activity of the University’s Graduate Centre.
To mark St Dwynwen’s Day (patron saint of Welsh lovers) on 25 January the School of Welsh was invited to take part in a ‘Speed Dating’ event held by Cardiff High School.
In December the School of Welsh was invited to take part in the annual Welsh in Business Conference at Fitzalan High School, Cardiff.
This week, researchers from the School's research project on Welsh as a second language amongst adults will be holding a workshop as a part of the Annual Tutors of Welsh for Adults' Conference.
Cardiff University has launched a new publication celebrating just some of the stories from the Humanities at Cardiff University.
The new Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol is offering new Welsh medium scholarship schemes for undergraduates.
The School of Welsh invites applications for 2011/12 postgraduate studentships funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The scholarships are available to students who wish to follow a Master’s course in Celtic Studies or a PhD in Creative Writing...
The School of Welsh is launching its presence on the social networking sites Facebook and Twitter. We are launching a group on Facebook for alumni of the School of Welsh, Cardiff University.
Our students will be at the forefront of this year’s Bay Lit festival. Bay Lit is an annual festival of literary innovation arranged by the Academi...
The School of Welsh welcomes two new staff members. Dr Patrick Carlin and Miss Jennifer Marshall have been appointed as Research Associate and Research Assistant...
Congratulations to Osian Gruffydd and Robert Mansel Lewis from the first year and Lisa Sheppard and Hanna Hopwood from the final year...