Ble nawr ar gyfer prentisiaethau gradd yng Nghymru?

Cyfrannodd Kieron Rees – Cynghorydd Polisi Prifysgolion Cymru, y blog hwn ar gyfer Wythnos Genedlaethol Prentisiaethau – Click on Wales IWA.   Mae pobl yn aml yn sôn am y gwahaniaeth rhwng addysg academaidd a galwedigaethol, gydag astudiaethau academaidd yn … »

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Cymru Fyd-eang

Mae Gwen Williams yn arwain y tîm rhyngwladol ym Mhrifysgolion Cymru ac mae’n rheoli rhaglen ‘Cymru Fyd-eang’.   Fel mudiad aelodaeth sy’n cynrychioli buddiannau prifysgolion yng Nghymru, byddai’n hawdd maddau’r rhagdybiaeth bod Prifysgolion Cymru’n canolbwyntio’n gyfangwbl ar Fae Caerdydd. Er … »

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(English) Unis Wales response to UCAS application statistics

(English) “We are pleased to see that the proportion of young people choosing to study in higher education remains at a record high. This shows that young people in Wales continue to value the opportunities offered by universities. This is against the backdrop of a demographic dip in Wales which means the number of 18 year olds has decreased by 2.3% this year.

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How might Brexit affect higher education?

Kieron Rees takes a look at the recent Welsh Assembly report on the impact of Brexit on higher education Recently the headlines have been dominated by Brexit and what deal, if any, we are likely to have. The impact of … »

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UCAS Acceptance Statistics

Commenting on today’s UCAS acceptance statistics, a Universities Wales spokesperson said: “The recent applicant figures are in line with previous ones released by UCAS and point to a number of potential challenges, including demographic change and in particular, the decline … »

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(English) Vietnam Delegation

(English) This week Global Wales welcomed its second delegation of Vietnamese university leaders for a comprehensive training programme on university-industry collaboration.

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