in the heart of a thriving capital city
of our undergraduates enter employment or further study shortly after graduating
UK University for research quality
we are truly a global university
invested in our biggest campus upgrade for a generation
Working to make
a better future
for Wales and the world
22 October 2015
Community Gateway is working with Architecture and Business School students and community partners to explore a wide range of ideas for transforming the vacant Grange Gardens Bowls Pavilion into a community hub.
10 October 2015
Community Gateway aims to develop long-term, equal and mutually beneficial partnerships between Cardiff University and Grangetown residents and those organisations which serve them.
19 August 2015
‘Green infrastructure’ project aims to make urban areas more sustainable
16 July 2015
Energy efficient design means more energy for the national grid
22 May 2015
Supported by the College’s EU team, the Energy Systems Research Institute has held a networking event in Brussels to encourage new links between academia and business.
10 January 2015
As a branch committee member Vicki Stevenson suggests and helps to organise events including presentations and site visits for professionals and students interested in energy.
8 September 2014
Global students visit University to study low carbon design
20 June 2014
We supported Community Gateway and Grangetown partners in running the third annual ‘Love Grangetown’ planning and celebration event.
Cardiff staff and students working with local residents to develop a vibrant community hub.
10 March 2014
Students should design for wellbeing of society says new head of the Welsh School of Architecture.
The distinctiveness of our School lies in our tradition of combining creativity with a focus on making, our research portfolio, calibre of staff and unique location.
Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, Bute Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3NB