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The students, staff and business school society students partaking in the Realising your Business Potential module.

Short business course helps refugees and asylum seekers enhance their business skills

21 March 2024

Lifelong Learning and Cardiff Business School have worked with the Welsh Refugee Council and students from the Cardiff Business School Society to deliver a free business course for entrepreneurs.

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Tensions between ministers and civil servants explored in new book

19 March 2024

Pressures of Brexit and Covid have knocked relationship off course, academic concludes

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Pupil Language Ambassadors scheme launched for 2024

18 March 2024

Routes into Languages Cymru has launched its Pupil Language Ambassadors scheme for 2024.

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Japanese speech contest returns to Cardiff

18 March 2024

An annual Japanese speech contest has returned to the School of Modern Languages at Cardiff University.

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New digital health hub launches for Wales and South West

14 March 2024

Consortium to elevate region’s digital health capability through leadership, engagement, acceleration and partnership

Bank of England’s Chief Economist delivers speech on monetary policy at Cardiff Business School

12 March 2024

Huw Pill, Bank of England’s Chief Economist and Executive Director for Monetary Analysis, recently delivered a speech on communicating monetary policy at Cardiff Business School.

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Using research to enable girls to speak about sexual and reproductive health

7 March 2024

A lecturer at the School of Law and Politics has teamed up with a leading international children’s charity to deliver a radio programme aimed at sparking conversations about girls’ rights in Benin, West Africa.

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Journalist Laura Trevelyan calls for urgent preservation of the Caribbean’s endangered historical archives

7 March 2024

Former Cardiff University student delivers inaugural Sir Tom Hopkinson lecture

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Study to explore if circular economy can meet needs of UK’s buildings

5 March 2024

Academics will explore how best to use existing buildings and waste resources

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Cardiff Confucius Institute celebrates Chinese New Year

4 March 2024

Staff at Cardiff Confucius Institute have organised and contributed to events across Cardiff to celebrate Chinese New Year.