This event is part of the Business School’s Breakfast Briefing series, a network that enables our business contacts to find out more about the latest research and key developments from our industrial partners.
Mae’r Gymraeg yn rhan o dreftadaeth Cymru, ar y naill law, ac yn gyfrwng i gyflwyno a dehongli’r dreftadaeth honno ar y llaw arall. Ond hyd yma, cymharol ychydig o sylw a roddwyd i le’r Gymraeg yn y ‘diwydiant treftadaeth’, y tu hwnt i’r angen i sicrhau dwyieithrwydd wrth gyflwyno treftadaeth i’r cyhoedd.
The Welsh language is a part of the heritage of Wales, and is also a medium through which that heritage is presented and interpreted. So far, however, relatively little attention has been given to the place of Welsh in the ‘heritage industry’, beyond the need to ensure the bilingual interpretation of heritage to the public.
A broad range of composers will be explored, from fully established, nationally recognised composers including John Metcalf, Charlie Barber and Lynne Plowman, to a number of younger figures currently working in Wales and beyond.
The third talk in a new series of events on topics of current interest in various countries around the world, this time with Dr Rhian Atkin (Cardiff School of Modern Languages) about Portugal and the refugee crisis.
An Information Day is the perfect opportunity for you to find out more about the Operating Department Practice (ODP) profession and degree programme at Cardiff University and whether it’s the right career choice for you.
By successfully completing a pathway many adult learners from all walks of life have gained a degree from Cardiff University. They are available in a wide range of subject areas and for many of our pathways no prior qualifications are needed – perfect if you’ve been out of formal education for a while.