Cardiff Met FC are celebrating after becoming the first university to reach the UEFA Europa League, after an exciting play-off final against Bala Town on Sunday, where they won 3-1 with a penalty shoot-out.
Dr Mikel Mellick, a Psychologist from Cardiff Metropolitan University, is working with leaders within national sporting body Sport Wales to upskill staff on management of mental health issues in sport.
Published poet and Cardiff Met Creative Writing lecturer Christina Thatcher has led lively reading, writing and reciting sessions with primary learners at Llanishen Library.
A former Christ College Brecon pupil has walked up Pen y Fan, South Wales’ highest peak, for 365 consecutive days. Des Lally embarked upon the challenge in March 2018 to raise vital funds for charities Help for Heroes and Cancer Research UK.
A Cardiff Met lecturer has been invited to attend the prestigious Micius Forum hosted by the University of Technology and Science of China (UTSC) and present his research into robotics and real-time motion planning.
Four Fine Art students from Cardiff Met’s Cardiff School of Art and Design have been selected to create a graffiti-style mural, which will frame one of this year’s competition gardens at this weekend’s prestigious RHS Flower Show Cardiff.
Christ College Brecon has announced Lucy Richards as their new Director of Performing Arts. Mrs Richards will lead the drama department fostering pupils’ interest in drama.
The Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) is launching a graduate scheme to enhance productivity, innovation and economic growth among businesses in South East Wales and promote the region as a destination for talented graduates.
Second Year Cardiff School of Art & Design students have developed and designed sustainable packaging for successful Welsh food brand The Parsnipship, which forms part of their coursework and will be seen soon on retailer shelves.
Plans to develop one of the world’s biggest planetariums in Wales are receiving support from pioneers including The Eden Project’s Sir Tim Smith and will transform the site of the iconic former Tower Colliery in the South Wales Valleys.