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UK University in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2016-17)
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CAA Cymru launches a series of children’s books
Three well-known authors, all of whom are graduates of Aberystwyth University, have contributed to a series of new and original novels for children aged 7-11 years old.
Construction progress celebrated at steel signing ceremony
The latest stage of construction at the Aberystwyth Innovation and Enterprise Campus has been marked with a special ceremony.
Legendary feminist writer to deliver prestigious Kenneth N Waltz Annual Lecture on gender in war
Professor Cynthia Enloe, who pioneered the study of gender in war, militarism, political economy and international politcs, will deliver the 2018 Kenneth N. Waltz Annual Lecture.
How humour can change your relationship
Writing in The Conversation, Lecturer in Psychology Dr Gil Greengross, discusses the role that humour plays in relationships.