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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)
in the UK for clubs and societies(What Uni Student Choice Awards 2018)
UK University in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2016-17)
in the UK for accommodation(What Uni Student Choice Awards 2018)
of Aberystwyth graduates in work/study 6 months after graduationHESA 2018
of our research is of an internationally recognised standardREF 2014
Aberystwyth students support school pupils progress to science A-levels
Students from Aberystwyth University are among five Welsh universities mentoring pupils studying GCSE physics across Wales.
Strengthening Breton and Welsh links
A group of Breton teachers has visited Aberystwyth University to learn more about how adults learn Welsh.
London launch for Psychology text book
Professor Nigel Holt, Head of Psychology at Aberystwyth University is in London this week to launch the fourth edition of his best-selling psychology textbook Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behaviour.
Language policy researchers take proposals to Brussels
Academics from Aberystwyth and Edinburgh universities will present recommendations from a two-year research network project on minority language promotion in Brussels on Wednesday 10 April 2019.