4 languages for all students

New Languages for All courses open for applications

17 August 2015

The LfA team are now pleased to announce the application dates for the next set of LfA weekly courses.

Japanese building

Japanese Studies at Cardiff tops the Russell Group Asian Studies table in National Student Survey

13 August 2015

The School came first in satisfaction for Japanese Studies assessed in Asian Studies.

Dr Alastair Hemmens speaking

Never Work? Conference starts debate on works and its place in contemporary society

3 August 2015

The aim of the conference was to ask what a critique of work might usefully offer us in addressing contemporary social issues in an age of crisis.

Alexia Cowley

Modern Languages student appointed to role in Foreign and Commonwealth Office

23 July 2015

I am going to be a Student Ambassador for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, to provide foreign travel advice to British citizens going abroad.

4 students with their trophies

Young linguists cause a buzz at Cardiff competition

15 July 2015

This July Cardiff University played host to the Routes into Languages Cymru National Spelling Bee Competition!

The Vice Chancellor at the conference

French studies conference converges on Cardiff

8 July 2015

170 delegates attended 56th Society for French Studies Conference.

Kate Samways

Spotlight shone on language talent in Welsh Routes into Languages event

22 June 2015

Routes into Languages Cymru held a showcase event this month to highlight the variety of support available in Wales to encourage young people to learn new languages.

Chris Hayes

Modern Languages student takes on three minute thesis challenge!

16 June 2015

Chris Hayes, a current Modern Languages student, recently took part in the national Three Minute Thesis competition, organised by the University Graduate College.


Santander announces volunteer competition for Cardiff undergraduates

27 May 2015

Santander Universities, through Hispanic Studies at Cardiff University, has announced a fantastic competition to win £500, which is open to Cardiff undergraduates

'Languages for All' students

UK-first ‘Languages for All’ University scheme enrols 2,500 in first year

21 May 2015

More than 2,500 non-language students at Cardiff University have learned a new language completely free of charge in the past year as part of a flagship scheme designed to increase international student mobility.