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Community, Student experience, Undergraduate

Beyond the lecture theatre …

Posted on 15 March 2021 by Rhys Phillips

You know you’ll receive a first-class academic experience with us at the School of Welsh – innovative, forward-thinking and creative tuition in the fields of Welsh language, literature and culture. We’ll set you up with the skills, knowledge and confidence to make your mark in your chosen field and help to shape Wales’ political, social,
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Community, Postgraduate, Teaching, Undergraduate

A view on Learning and Teaching, during a pandemic …

Posted on 16 February 2021 by Rhys Phillips

Dr Angharad Naylor is the Director of Learning and Teaching at the School of Welsh, a busy and important role at the best of times. Then a global health pandemic comes along and upends usual ways of working, demanding adaptations and innovative solutions in order to continue providing a quality academic experience while maintaining a
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Recruitment, Student experience, Undergraduate

Personal statements – how important are they really

Posted on 24 November 2020 by Cadi Thomas

Academic Manager, Cadi Thomas, reflects on the role your personal statement plays in securing your place at university.  The short answer is – very important! Your personal statement gives you the chance to present yourself to the Admissions Tutor and to stand out from other applicants. This is your chance – in your own words
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Culture, Engagement, Literature, Teaching

Inspiration to create – new book offers fresh perspective on Mihangel Morgan’s work

Posted on 23 November 2020 by Rhys Phillips

Dr Rhiannon Marks tells us about the inspiration behind her most recent publication, a volume of creative literary criticism on the short fiction works of Mihangel Morgan. This summer, mid-lockdown, I published my latest volume of literary criticism: Y Dychymyg Ôl-fodern: agweddau ar ffuglen fer Mihangel Morgan (The Post-modern Imagination: aspects of Mihangel Morgan’s short
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