The University’s research covers engineering, social science, arts and humanities disciplines. Striving to be engaged, always innovative, it’s often interdisciplinary and collaborative in nature. Through our research partnerships we influence economic, cultural and social landscapes at national, European and international levels by delivering benefits for business, government and communities.
Research in the areas of Landscapes and Environments; Communities, Past and Present; and Material Worlds.
Research in the areas of classical literature; Rome and the West; Economy and Materiality; and the Ancient Near East.
Research in the contemporary applied arts; creative industries; design and health; fine art; glass arts; pedagogy and sustainability.
Research in the areas of Biblical Studies, Religious Studies, Islamic Studies.
Research in the areas of Computer networking; Non-destructive testing; computational modelling; glass for architectural contexts; product engineering and design.
Research in applied linguistics, sociolinguistics and dialectology; medieval Welsh religious history, medieval Welsh literature; Welsh folk life and folk culture.
The Coastal and Marine Research Group (CMRG) is located within the School of Built and Natural Environment, one of seven Schools in the Faculty of Applied Design and Engineering.
The University has a busy post-graduate research community. Find out about research student activities, funding opportunities and training