• 15.07.2016

    Scott Gerard, a BA Chinese Studies graduate of Unviersity of Wales Trinity Saint David, first experienced China as an exchange student from the Lampeter Campus. Several year's later, he is living in China and loving every minute of it. Scott kindly tells us of his experiences within such a fascinating country. 

  • 7.04.2016

    The Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (IMEMS) and the School of Cultural Studies present a Research Seminar from Dr Simon Jackson, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow of University of Warwick. 

  • 5.02.2016

    FOLLOWING the success of last year's production of The Autumn of Han, Red Dragonfly Productions are bringing their exciting adaptation of a Chinese classic, Diaochan: The Rise of the Courtesan to UWTSD, Lampeter. The performance is being organised by the Confucius Institute as part of the Chinese New Year Celebrations.

  • 10.11.2015

    The ancient historian Dr Michael Scott from the University of Warwick is well known for his TV documentaries on BBC and ITV, like “Rome’s Invisible City”, “Jesus: Rise to Power” and “Ancient Greece: the Greatest Show on Earth”. On Thursday, 12th November 2015, he will give a public lecture on Greek sanctuaries in the historic ‘Old Hall’ at UWTSD’s Lampeter campus in West Wales. All welcome. ‌

  • 21.10.2015

    Thanks to her passionate and enthusiastic approach to teaching and learning, UWTSD Anthropology lecturer, Luci Attala, is the finalist for the Sustainability Staff Champion Award as part of the Green Gown Awards 2015.

  • 9.10.2015

    Thanks to the Confucius Institute at UWTSD, students at Ysgol Penglais in Aberystwyth achieved an outstanding result in their Chinese GSCE exam: 100% A*-C grades Chinese is regarded as a very difficult language for Western learners; hence few pupils choose it as a GSCE or A-Level subject. The results at Ysgol Penglais demonstrate that students can complete the Chinese GCSE course and achieve top results.

  • 4.06.2015

    Students from far and wide chose to visit our Lampeter campus for a 10-day writing workshop, benefitting from the campus’s tranquil and stunning setting to experience an alternative way of writing.