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Racial disparities in the application of welfare sanctions in England

21 February 2024

Analysis of data over seven years reveals “stark” differences in how welfare sanctions are applied

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Funding to tackle challenges facing Wales’ rural communities

20 February 2024

Hopes for an inclusive, sustainable future

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Children and young people in Anglesey have their say on climate change

23 January 2024

Research will chart impact of environmental issues at hyperlocal level

Transport and Planning (MSc) retains Transport Planning Professional approval

23 January 2024

The MSc Transport and Planning at Cardiff University has been approved for Transport Planning Professional (TPP) since 2009 .

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Planning ahead – Master’s students secure bursary support

18 December 2023

Three postgraduate students at the School of Geography and Planning are celebrating after securing prestigious bursaries to fund their studies.

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Showcasing Cardiff University’s African research

14 December 2023

Event brings together University staff to inspire further African work

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New £10m Global Centre in Clean Energy

13 November 2023

Cardiff University is a partner in a new £10m Global Centre in Clean Energy between the UK and the US.

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Top-performing students recognised

12 October 2023

Kh. M. Rifat Foysal and Oliva Hammond have been recognised for their outstanding academic performance.

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Inspirational alumni shine at awards

6 October 2023

2023 30Ish Alumni Award winners announced

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“Supernormal profits” of Britain’s biggest housebuilders

26 September 2023

UK government support and lack of competition meant ‘big three’ housebuilders produced profit margins of between 17-32% per year for shareholders, analysis finds