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"Study in Europe? I'd do it again in a heartbeat!’ says student as Cardiff’s European work placements double in 5 years

8 May 2015

The number of Cardiff University students taking work placements across Europe has more than doubled in five years.

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Cardiff University historian makes 2014 Whitfield Prize Shortlist

7 May 2015

An historian from the University's School of History, Archaeology and Religion has been shortlisted for the prestigious Royal Historical Society (RHS) Whitfield Prize, one of the most sought-after book prizes for early career historians.

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School of Social Science undergraduates secure paid placements with Welsh Government

1 May 2015

Harry Corin, Lizzie Harris and Carly-jo Rosselli – second year undergraduates at the School of Social Sciences - have successfully secured one year paid placements on the Welsh Government's Social Research Internship Scheme.  

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Overhaul of Court of Protection media rules needed to prevent miscarriages of justice and improve transparency, new study finds

30 April 2015

A group of legal experts is calling for an overhaul of the rules governing the way in which the Court of Protection (CoP) works with the media in England and Wales, to improve transparency and help protect against miscarriages of justice.

Alumnus and economics journalist talks recession and recovery at Cardiff Business School

30 April 2015

In this, the final week of the General Election campaign, economics and politics are more intertwined than usual, according to David Smith, Economics Editor of The Sunday Times.

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QS World University Rankings by Subject

29 April 2015

25 subjects feature in 2015 QS rankings.

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Graphic Moves: dynamic exhibition is the next step in the Productive Margins programme

29 April 2015

From Friday May 1st to Sunday May 3rd, The Abacus Gallery in Cardiff will house an exhibition of film, sculpture, and sound created by young artists from Merthyr Tydfil.

Minority language rights: understanding legislation and the law

28 April 2015

An expert research symposium, hosted by the Language, Policy & Planning Research Unit, at the School of Welsh, Cardiff University, was held on Tuesday April 28th 2015.

Research by Cardiff Law School calls for greater transparency in Court of Protection

28 April 2015

Report recommends an overhaul in the way that the Court of Protection currently works with the media.

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Confucius Institute launches children’s guide to Chinese Culture

23 April 2015

An international audience, including representatives from Welsh Government, Cardiff University and the British Council, gathered in Cardiff on Monday to launch a new book for children which celebrates Chinese culture.