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Top in Wales for teaching excellence and student satisfaction(Good University Guide, The Times and Sunday Times 2023)
98% of research at Aberystwyth University is of an internationally recognised standard or higher(Research Excellence Framework 2021)
1st in England and Wales for student satisfaction(National Student Survey 2022)
Top 40 University in the UK(Good University Guide, The Times and Sunday Times 2022)
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Aberystwyth’s research is helping to change the world for the better, by making a difference to real lives. We’re tackling some of society’s most pressing challenges, including climate change, global health, societal changes, and space exploration.
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Climate change-tackling peat restoration project begins at Aberystwyth University
Scientists at Aberystwyth University have started a project to restore peatlands as part of an effort to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
More online court cases possible after Covid experience - report
More court cases could go online to make them more accessible and efficient, according to a new report published by Aberystwyth academics looking at the justice system during the pandemic.
New Chair of Crop Genomics at Aberystwyth University
Professor Gancho Slavov has been appointed the Germinal Chair of Crop Genomics at Aberystwyth University«s Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS).
Wales Broadcast Archive: UK’s first national archive shows importance of preserving our audiovisual history
Professor Jamie Medhurst from the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies writes for The Conversation about the launch of the Wales Broadcast Archive and how it raises important questions about access to our collective audiovisual history.