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10 Jan 2013
Education Minister, Leighton Andrews, has launched the first year in the new Masters in Educational Practice (MEP), which will place Wales at the international forefront of teacher professional development.
The MEP aims to drive up standards in schools and among other things focuses on the Education Minister’s three national priorities; literacy, numeracy and reducing the impact of poverty on attainment.
A week-long series of student-led events showcasing culture and diversity
Funding to help tackle forest fragmentation, habitat degradation and poaching
Professor Colin Riordan, Vice-Chancellor outlines Futurelearn
The Cardiff City Connection
Chinese New Year 2013
Fulbright Scholars return
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