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2015 Creative Minds Scholarship winners

2015 scholarship winners receive a warm welcome from the School

11 November 2015

This year, the School offered more than £100,000 worth of scholarships, across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Ambassador Furgler addresses the audience

Multilingualism under the spotlight

10 November 2015

A warm welcome for the Swiss Ambassador

Lowri Davies, the Sabbatical Scheme Manager in Cardiff, with Stuart Blackmore

Sabbatical Scheme Prizegiving

5 October 2015

The Sabbatical Scheme for Welsh Language Training held its annual prizegiving ceremony in the Main Building of Cardiff University on Thursday 1 October 2015.

Dr Rhiannon Marks from the School of Welsh

Literary award for lecturer

24 September 2015

Dr Rhiannon Marks, lecturer and Admissions Tutor at the School, has won the Sir Ellis Griffith Memorial Award for her first academic volume Pe gallwn, mi luniwn lythyr, which looks at the Works of Menna Elfyn.

Discussing the details of the project (photo by Paul Crompton).

Language insights on a trip to Namibia

18 September 2015

In this article, Dr Jonathan Morris from the School of Welsh shares his experiences of being part of the Phoenix Project’s recent trip to Namibia.

Ceri Elen in Australia

Student gets to act in Australia

8 September 2015

Ceri Elen, a PhD student and Scripting and Creative Writing tutor at the School, has just returned after a period of acting in Australia on the stage of the world famous Sydney Opera House with Theatr Iolo.

NSS Results

School of Welsh student satisfaction increases

13 August 2015

Cardiff University’s School of Welsh has scored 91% for overall student satisfaction in the 2015 National Student Survey (NSS).

Superchai at the Eisteddfod

Thai student stresses benefits of learning Welsh

4 August 2015

Inspirational student from Thailand is now fluent Welsh.

First minister, Carwyn Jones, launches Welsh for All scheme to help students learn Welsh

Welsh for All

30 July 2015

Welsh for All was formally launched at the National Eisteddfod by the First Minister.

A unique insight into the Welsh Settlement in Patagonia

22 June 2015

This year, the Welsh Settlement in Patagonia is celebrating a major milestone in its history, the 150th anniversary of its establishment in 1865. To mark this significant event Cardiff University’s School of Welsh will hold an international conference on the history and the contemporary position of the Settlement on Monday, 6 July and Tuesday, 7 July 2015.