Our partnership with the University of Wyoming
On 25 April 2023, Cardiff University signed a new Strategic Partnership Agreement with the University of Wyoming.
Building on a rich history of collaboration, this partnership will enable collaborative research projects, an annual series of seminars, conferences and workshops, staff and PhD student mobility and collaborative education programmes.
Speaking on the new partnership, Professor Colin Riordan, Vice-Chancellor of Cardiff University, said: "Underpinning all our international partnerships is the ambition to address issues of international importance while simultaneously delivering benefits to society and our economy here in Wales.
"Our partnership with Wyoming is our latest commitment to this civic mission and so I look forward to seeing the benefits unfold as our university communities coalesce over the coming years."
University of Wyoming
The University of Wyoming was founded in 1886 and is a nationally recognised land-grant research institution with expert faculty, top-ranked academics and world-class facilities.
It has 12,000 students hailing from all 50 US states and 82 countries worldwide.
University of Wyoming Collaboration Fund
Through the strategic partnership, a dedicated collaboration fund has been established, designed to support staff and students to engage more actively with the University of Wyoming across common areas of research, teaching and education.
Find out about the collaboration fund, and how to apply.
Get in touch
For enquiries relating to the strategic partnership with University of Wyoming, please contact: