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12 January 2023
‘Long-standing underperformance’ as part of the UK leading to difficult prospects for Wales, say researchers
9 January 2023
120 Year 9 pupils from Goresbrook School, Dagenham, visited the School of Music for a day of workshops and recording sessions.
Undergraduate archaeology degrees at Cardiff are the latest to be formally accredited as providing skills relevant to a career in the historic environment.
A group of roving reporters from the School of Law and Politics are contributing to the leading online voice for law and justice news.
5 January 2023
Cardiff Business School professors are co-authors of a newly published book.
4 January 2023
Social Work (MA) graduate Arzu Bokhari chatted with us about her experience as a social worker and her time with us on the course.
21 December 2022
The conference will feature papers on the theme of Journalism in troubled times.
20 December 2022
We spoke to School of Welsh PHD student Kaisa Pankakoski to find out more about her research, what led her to it, and why she would encourage others to go down the same academic route.
19 December 2022
School of Social Sciences staff recognised for their achievements within the university.
Chris Stock, School of Music percussion tutor and Principal Percussionist of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, has been awarded the RPS ABO Orchestra Musician Award for 2022.
The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is a vibrant, diverse and inspiring community, spanning 10 academic Schools and committed to excellence in teaching and research.