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
18 June 2014
Dr Maggie Woodhouse has been awarded an OBE for services to optometry and people with disabilities.
12 June 2014
This review sought to identify new and emerging health technologies that aim to slow or stop disease progression and/or reverse sight loss in people with inherited retinal diseases.
25 April 2014
Minister sees benefit of new Technologies and Telehealth Fund.
2 January 2014
Professor Marcela Votruba has been appointed as the new Head of the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences.
13 November 2013
Two UK optometry students have successfully completed a coveted placement in Zambia with international development charity Vision Aid Overseas
30 October 2013
Keith is the first non-Ophthalmologist to be awarded the prestigious Pearce medal.
17 July 2013
A team of University scientists have teamed-up with leading space engineers to create an instrument which could help detect the developed world’s most common form of sight loss.
22 May 2013
'Unopenable' scrolls will yield their secrets to new x-ray system.
13 May 2013
The Special Assessment Clinic won the award for providing specialist eye care services for people with autism and other forms of learning disabilities.
24 January 2013
University team shortlisted for national award.
We train the next generation of optometrists, and our research has advanced global understanding of vision disorders to improve quality of life.
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We are proud to hold the Athena SWAN Bronze Award and we continually strive to ensure gender equality.