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The latest news about staff and students' activities at the Cardiff Branch of Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol.
19 May 2017
Rhidian Thomas from The School of Bioscience will be discussing his Research paper in the Coleg Cymraeg’s Research Conference.
17 May 2017
Sara Whittam and Dr Awen Iorwerth are Cardiff University's 2017 Welsh Education Champions.
12 May 2017
Two MA students from the School of Welsh are celebrating new jobs in the world of professional translation
9 May 2017
School announces new doctoral project on language variation and change in contemporary Wales
26 April 2017
Dr Emyr Lloyd-Evans, Senior Lecturer in the School of Biosciences discusses how his research can help treat Huntington's disease at the Coleg Cymraeg Science Conference in June.
13 April 2017
Five scholarships awarded
30 March 2017
Cardiff announces plan to establish its first Welsh language Students' Union
7 March 2017
Seven Welsh medium Medicine students celebrate Coleg Cymraeg Scholarship awards.
27 February 2017
School to move to Central Square alongside BBC Cymru Wales creating a vibrant media environment
17 February 2017
Cardiff University's School of Welsh and the Coleg Cymraeg are both offering substantial Scholarships for students to study through the medium of Welsh.
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The Cardiff branch is an integral part of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and the development of Welsh medium education in the University.