in the heart of athriving capital city
of our graduates were in employment and/or further study, due to start a new job or course, or doing other activities, such as travelling.
we are truly a globaluniversity
invested in our biggestcampus upgrade for ageneration
Working to make
a better future
for Wales and the world
at the heart of everything we do
29 January 2016
Llandudno’s oldest resident is conserved to showcase North Wales’ Stone Age past.
25 January 2016
A Cardiff historian shared her expertise on the history of the Welsh capital for BBC Radio Four’s The Food Programme.
21 January 2016
Pioneering research project wins international archaeology award
10 December 2015
Leading members of the award-winning CAER Heritage Project addressed colleagues leading engagement in Higher Education across the UK at Engage 2015 this month.
3 December 2015
The School of History, Archaeology and Religion is delighted to announce a prized Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship for 2016.
20 November 2015
Cardiff academics participate in S4C’s Cymru DNA Wales set to answer the big questions
29 October 2015
An innovative app using historical expertise from a Cardiff University academic has won a Discover Heritage Award.
23 October 2015
In the Institute of Conservation (ICON) national awards, a Cardiff University student has once again been awarded Student Conservator of the Year at a prestigious ceremony
21 October 2015
Seeking photos revealing First World War Middle Eastern front for new research
15 October 2015
A new book from a Cardiff University academic out this month is a major overview of Ancient Botany, blending historical and botanical expertise in a uniquely thematic exploration.
Enabling the brightest and best to explore and share their passion for past societies and religious beliefs, from prehistory to the present day.
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