News & Events
An autonomous sailing robot takes centre stage as Aberystwyth University attends the British Council Education UK Exhibition in Mumbai on 26th November.
Lord Elystan Morgan officially opens the new home of the Department of Law and Criminology, which now bears his name.
Representatives from Aberystwyth University attended a reception hosted by the Rt Hon Carwyn Jones AM, First Minister of Wales, to celebrate Diwali, the ‘festival of lights’.
Aberystwyth University has today announced plans for an investment of £35m in the development of a new UK Innovation and Research Campus at Gogerddan.
The new campus will be known as the Aberystwyth Innovation and Diffusion Campus – AIDC.
The International Student Advisor, Shân Mumford, will be holding Tier 4 Visa Workshops in August and September.
The programme enables undergraduate students from UK universities and colleges to visit India for three weeks to gain experience of Indian culture, way of life, people, arts, politics, economy and language and it also provides opportunity to the UK undergraduate students to explore for further study or work in India. The SIP students also get an opportunity for a one-week work placement or internship with Indian companies during their visit. The UKIERI Study India programme started in 2009 and till date 718 UK students have got a chance to travel to India and learn about new culture and enterprise skills. Last date to apply: 8 July 2013.
The founder of an online social community for language learners is the first winner of the £20,000 Aberystwyth University InvEnterPrize student competition.
Aberystwyth University’s Department of International Politics will host a public lecture by Thomas O. Melia, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the United States Department of State, on Tuesday 19 March.
The Department of International Politics announce that this year's E H Carr Memorial Lecture will be given by Peter Vale, Professor of Humanities at the University of Johannesburg, and Nelson Mandela Chair of Politics Emeritus at Rhodes University.
The festival runs at Aberystwyth Arts Centre from 15-21 March. The Arts Centre is also linking up with the Department of European Languages on two Cuban films being screened bringing over two directors for the festival as part of their Cuban Cinema Symposium.
The festival is held at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on the campus of Aberystwyth University. Since it began in 1987 the three-day festival has grown to become the UK's leading ceramics event attracting over 1,000 visitors from all over the world.
Members of Aberystwyth University's Debating Society took some notable scalps at the World Universities Debating Championships which were held recently at the Technische Universitt Berlin.
Students invited by the National Assembly for Wales to join in the celebrations hosted by the First Minister of Wales, Rt Hon Carwyn Jones AM. The Chinese Ambassador to the UK, Liu Xiaoming, was also in attendance.