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School Newsletter Summer 2014 [4.39 MB]
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The importance of skilled and trained Welsh language journalists needed to support a healthy and effective Welsh media industry was the topic of discussion at a panel event at Cardiff University this week.
Authors and young readers will gather in the capital for the third annual Cardiff Children’s Literature Festival between March 24th and 29th 2015. However, the adults won’t be left out of the fun with special sessions hosted by Cardiff University’s School of Welsh.
This is the largest amount ever offered by the School, reflecting its commitment to ensuring opportunities for further study are available to all and that funding is not an impediment.
Cardiff University's School of Welsh welcomed almost 170 Yr. 12 and 13 second language students for a revision day on Friday January 23rd 2015.
Cardiff's School of Welsh has been ranked best in Wales, and 7th in the UK, for the quality of its research, in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF).
This year the School of Welsh, Cardiff University, is launching a new set of scholarships that will challenge the creativity of prospective students.
Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland, was in Wales for an official two-day visit along with his wife Sabina to celebrate the political, economic, educational and cultural connections between the two countries.
Loti Flowers, a student from Crynant near Neath, will be swapping the life of a University student for that of a kitchen maid in the Tudor era with a new S4C living history programme, Y Llys.
Rhyw Flodau Rhyfel, the début novel of Dr Llŷr Gwyn Lewis, a lecturer at the School of Welsh, has been chosen as one of the volumes of The Bookcase this year.
Congratulations to all School of Welsh staff who ran this year’s Cardiff Half Marathon. On Sunday 5 October Lowri Davies, Kelly Morgan, Glyn Wise and Geoff Wright
There are a number of generous scholarships available for those who wish to study at the School of Welsh, Cardiff University. Congratulations to our first year students who have won this year’s scholarships.
Two students won scholarships from the School of Welsh (through the generosity of the 'Santander Universities' scheme) to travel to Patagonia during the summer recess.
It was a busy week for the School of Welsh last week as we hosted the Cardiff Welsh Course – a two day course for students in South-west and South-east Wales who are studying Welsh A-Level and AS Level.