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QS Top 50 - Communications and Media Studies

Journalism ranked amongst “world’s elite”

8 March 2017

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017 revealed

Third funding award for memory capture project

8 March 2017

Researching memory capture and mobilisation in public funded infrastructure schemes

St David’s Day community event showcases Welsh culture and heritage

8 March 2017

Event held as part of the School’s #givesomethingback charity campaign for Cancer Research UK

Professor Rachael Langford and members of the Spanish department meet representatives from the Spanish Embassy Education Office.

Spanish Embassy Education office signs first partnership agreement in Wales

7 March 2017

This February saw the confirmation of a collaborative partnership between Cardiff University and the Spanish Embassy Education Office (SEEO).

Public Value in Action - School Governance strengthened

6 March 2017

New, and progressive governance enhancement frameworks implemented

Forlorn girl sat on steps

Substance misuse and binge drinking higher in young people in foster care

2 March 2017

Adverse outcomes partly explained by poorer quality social relationships with peers and school staff

Dr Dawn Knight

National Corpus of Contemporary Welsh

1 March 2017

Official launch for the largest representative collection of Welsh language

Newly discovered exposure multiple prints

Rare prehistoric footprints redefined as 7,000 years old

28 February 2017

Ancient footprints paint a picture of early inhabitants on the Gower Peninsula and hint at climate change millennia ago

Hannah Marchant of the School of Law and Politics and Diane Brooks of Hugh James pictured centre with sponsors and award presenter, Rebecca Adlington OBE.

School scoops prestigious collaboration prize in national employability awards

28 February 2017

The School of Law and Politics was presented with the ‘Best Collaboration between a University and Employer’ accolade at this year’s National Undergraduate Employability Awards.

Two young children overlooking community from hillside

UK-wide study shows huge postcode disparity in proportion of children in care

28 February 2017

Children in poorest areas in Wales 16 times more likely to be looked after