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Baroness Randerson

Baroness Randerson outlines vision for equality in speech at University

27 March 2015

As part of a series of events throughout March to promote and celebrate equality of opportunity, Baroness Randerson used a speech at the University to outline her vision for delivering equality for women in the economy.

AHSS Library after refurbishment

Costa-nominated writer returns to celebrate library revamp

23 March 2015

A creative writing graduate who was shortlisted for a celebrated literary prize is returning to the University for a special event.

Brightly coloured variety of fruits and vegetables

University helps Cardiff become one of UK’s first sustainable food cities

18 March 2015

Cardiff has become one of the first cities in the UK to be officially recognised for promoting sustainable food, as part of a wide-ranging partnership which included the University.


Tours of £44m brain imaging centre site pull in public

9 March 2015

Members of the public get a behind-the-scenes preview of Europe’s biggest neuroimaging research centre.

Coleg Cymrag Staff

Welsh medium Cardiff University staff awarded a £30,000 grant

2 March 2015

Members of staff have been awarded over £30,000.

Journalist Peter Greste

Journalism is not a crime

18 February 2015

Cardiff University will host a guest lecture by Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste for students and staff on Friday February 20th 2015.

Medical students

New medical education centre officially unveiled

4 February 2015

New teaching centre leads the way in the training of young doctors.

Main Building

A top gay-friendly employer

16 January 2015

Cardiff rises 28 place in Stonewall’s Top 100 employers ranking.


Cardiff in top five for research excellence

18 December 2014

World leading research drives Cardiff to 5th in rankings of UK universities.

School of Chemistry doubles intake in 5 years

School of Chemistry doubles intake in 5 years

10 November 2014

Cardiff University’s School of Chemistry has doubled its student intake in five years.