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overall student satisfaction(NSS 2018)
overall University of the Year(What Uni Student Choice Awards 2018)
in the UK for Student Experience(Good University Guide, The Times & Sunday Times 2018)
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UK University in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2016-17)
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of Aberystwyth graduates in work/study 6 months after graduationHESA 2018
of our research is of an internationally recognised standardREF 2014
New research links with Patagonia
Two geographers from Aberystwyth University will travel to Argentinian Patagonia in March 2019 to build closer research links with the region.
Touring printmaking exhibition on display at the School of Art Gallery
A touring printmaking exhibition opened this week at Aberystwyth University School of Art Gallery.
New investment in Artificial Intelligence at Aberystwyth
Eleven new PhD places are being created at Aberystwyth University as part of a multi-million pound investment by the UK Government to develop artificial intelligence research.
City bees' favourite flowers, according to our DNA tracking experiment
Writing in The Conversation, Elizabeth Franklin from the University of Guelph (Ontario, Canada) and Caitlin Potter, Post-doctoral Research Assistant in Molecular Ecology, IBERS, Aberystwyth University discuss a new study which uses DNA analysis to discover which flowers pollinators prefer in an urban environment: