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Not just any UniversityView our Awards and Rankings
overall student satisfaction(NSS 2020)
Welsh University of the Year(The Times & Sunday Times, Good University Guide 2020)
University of the Year
for Teaching Quality 2018 & 2019(The Times & Sunday Times, Good University Guide, 2018 & 2019)
of the University’s research is of an internationally recognised standard(Research Excellence Framework 2014)
in the 2018 Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework(TEF 2018)
UK University in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings(2016-2017)
of Aberystwyth graduates in work / study six months after graduation(HESA 2018)
overall University of the Year(What Uni Student Choice Awards 2020)
Scientists help improve bathing water quality at Anglesey beach
The quality of bathing water at a popular north Wales beach has been officially rated «good' after implementing an innovative model developed at Aberystwyth University.
Aberystwyth University contractors raise funds for Wales Air Ambulance
Workers at construction company Willmott Dixon raise money for University's Charity of the Year 2020-21.
Major research grant for global nonviolent protection project
Aberystwyth University has been awarded a grant of £1.87m to lead a major international research project aimed at providing greater protection for millions of civilians caught up in conflict zones.
Is UK public broadcasting still 'fit for purpose' in the digital age?
Writing in The Conversation, Dr Jamie Medhurst from the from the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies, discusses the future of UK public broadcasting as the BBC's centenary approaches