Promising Christ College 1st XI player Beth Wood has won a prestigious Hockey Writers’ Club National Youth Award for her contributions to hockey for school, club and country.
Cardiff Metropolitan University is celebrating after winning a Sanctuary Award for its work to raise awareness of issues faced by asylum seekers and refugees, therefore becoming the first ‘University of Sanctuary’ in Wales.
Cardiff Metropolitan University in partnership with Cardiff Met Students’ Union has launched a #CampusCanines initiative to help students tackle homesickness for their dogs and to promote well-being and community fun.
Two Bristol University students have been awarded the Quantum Advisory Prize 2018 and share the title of best performing student on the accounting and finance undergraduate programmes.
Winter Olympian Mica Moore has returned to Cardiff Met to study on the University’s recently introduced MSc in Sport Broadcasting and Media.
The statistic that clothing waste is the second biggest polluter on the planet after oil, inspired Kayleigh Hilde to create materials from bacteria that are sustainable, degradable and create zero waste.
Fourteen Cardiff Met students and alumni have been called up to represent Wales Women in the upcoming 2018 Autumn Series.
A Cardiff Met graduate has been impressing industry professionals at a series of high-profile art shows, including the British Art Fair at the world-famous Saatchi Gallery.
Cardiff Met has joined forces with Simply Do Ideas to launch a Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships (KESS 2) funded research project. The pan-Wales higher level skills initiative has been introduced to explore entrepreneurial learning and innovation.
Welsh rugby team, Cardiff Blues, has joined forces with Christ College Brecon to offer aspiring rugby players a first-class education at the renowned sporting and academic institution.