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Emile Zola

Dr Kate Griffiths acts as academic consultant on ambitious BBC Radio drama

18 November 2015

Dr Kate Griffiths played a major role as an academic consultant on a ground-breaking radio adaptation.

Healthy breakfast

Good breakfast, good grades?

17 November 2015

New study demonstrates significant link between breakfast consumption and educational outcomes

Professor Diarmait Mac Giolla Chriost and Dr Khalid Ansar

Lessons and learnings for minority language development

16 November 2015

Language planning and policy insights

Portuguese flag

Portuguese ambassador visits Wales

16 November 2015

Mr Joao de Vallera will formally launch Wales's first degree in Portuguese at a ‘Festival of Portuguese Culture’ event

Speakers at the Yeats 150 event including Ken Skates, Welsh Assembly Government and Ambassador of Ireland for Great Britain Daniel Mulhall

When you are old: Yeats at 150

13 November 2015

Cardiff University has joined celebrations across the UK marking the 150th anniversary of the great Irish poet W.B. Yeats at a Welsh commemorative event, When you are old: Yeats at 150.

Languages for All staff

Celebrating Excellence commends School of Modern Languages

13 November 2015

The School of Modern Languages celebrates success with two wins at the recent Celebrating Excellence Awards.

The Vice Chancellor and Hanna Diamond

School of Modern Languages welcomes Vice-Chancellor to newly improved facilities

13 November 2015

Professor Colin Riordan, Vice-Chancellor of Cardiff University visited the School this November to meet with staff and students.

Women and Welsh literature

12 November 2015

Conference celebrates Welsh women’s writing

2015 Creative Minds Scholarship winners

2015 scholarship winners receive a warm welcome from the School

11 November 2015

This year, the School offered more than £100,000 worth of scholarships, across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Child Research

Educational challenges facing Wales’s looked-after children

11 November 2015

Study highlights that just 2.4% of looked-after children progress to university