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Journalism and public relations retain top spot in Guardian university guide

27 May 2016

Guardian's university guide ranks journalism and PR 1st for the second successive year

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Journalism students and software developers launch hackathon

26 May 2016

Cardiff University brings together journalism students and software developers to ‘Hack the Local’

Cardiff Law School’s Global Justice Pro Bon students receive a copy of Ben Rawlence’s book City of Thorns: Nine Lives in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp as a token of thanks for their work.

Global Justice Showcase

26 May 2016

This May the School of Law and Politics Global Justice Pro-Bono programme held an event to showcase the work of students carried out during the 2015-2016 academic year.

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Music at Cardiff rises in league tables

24 May 2016

Our undergraduate music course has risen to 15th place in the latest Guardian university league tables

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Criminology at Cardiff ranked in UK top ten

24 May 2016

Our undergraduate Criminology course has been ranked in the UK’s top ten in the latest Guardian university league tables

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PR student secures prestigious graduate scheme job at Edelman

24 May 2016

Leading global communications firm Edelman have recruited an up-and-coming Cardiff University student.

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Illustrating inequalities

23 May 2016

How PhD student Ella Furness illustrates social research

The People’s Platform

The People’s Platform

20 May 2016

Unique policy dialogue through live theatre performance

The future of housebuilding? Passivhaus and the UK market

19 May 2016

Executive Education Breakfast Briefing welcomed Welsh School of Architecture teacher to discuss the Passivhaus standard

Tactical successes and strategic failures – the office of the Irish Language Commissioner

18 May 2016

Cardiff University academic presents research on the Irish Language Commissioner at a talk hosted by Oxford University’s Centre for Linguistics and Philology