02 September 2021
Writing in The Conversation Dr Kamila Stullerova from the Department of International Politics discusses the why the UK needs to start sharing excess COVID-19 vaccines with other countries and how doing so could lead to some additional benefits
06 September 2021
Students and staff at Aberystwyth University have voted Wales Air Ambulance to be its Charity of the Year for a second year running.
09 September 2021
The Department of Welsh and Celtic Studies has launched a new bursary for students, thanks to the generosity of the family of renowned poet Waldo Williams.
10 September 2021
Aberystwyth University is holding a series of open days to engage with the local community about its plans to offer nursing qualifications for the first time.
15 September 2021
Writing in The Conversation Dr Anwen Elias and Dr Matthew Wall discuss Wales as a nation that is unique in plotting a middle way rather than opting out or doubling down on the status quo, the focus is on reforming the Union.
16 September 2021
Two recent graduates from Aberystwyth University have used their passion for cycling to launch a tourism business helping mountain bikers plan riding holidays in the Dyfi Valley and Snowdonia.
17 September 2021
Aberystwyth University has entered the top 40 in The Times and The Sunday Times’ Good University Guide 2022, reflecting its strengths in teaching excellence and student satisfaction.
20 September 2021
Wales’ first School of Veterinary Science opens its doors to students for the first time today (Monday 20 September) at Aberystwyth University.
Aberystwyth Arts Centre celebrates Arts and Community in uplifting film with original music by Andrew Cusworth
21 September 2021
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, part of Aberystwyth University, is proud to present a short film celebrating its reopening, with new music commissioned exclusively for the project from composer Andrew Cusworth with words by the poet Dafydd John Pritchard.
24 September 2021
Leading figures from the arts, broadcasting, law, agriculture, and the science and technology sectors are amongst new Honorary Fellows announced by Aberystwyth University.
International students bringing nearly £80m of economic benefits to Ceredigion and enriching its culture, new report says
29 September 2021
Ceredigion’s economy has benefited from almost £80 million because of the impact of new international students, as well as the cultural and societal benefits that come from a more diverse population, a new report has found.
Rapidly warming Arctic could cause spread of nuclear waste, undiscovered viruses and dangerous chemicals, new report finds
30 September 2021
Rapidly thawing Arctic permafrost has the potential to release radioactive waste from cold war nuclear submarines and reactors, antibiotic resistant bacteria and potentially undiscovered viruses, an Aberystwyth University researcher has jointly found.