Pupils, teachers, builders and representatives from Bouygues UK, the Welsh Government and Neath Port Talbot Council marked a key milestone in the building of Ysgol Gymraeg Bro Dur, a new Welsh medium secondary campus by attending a ‘topping out’ ceremony in Sandfields.
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Swansea University is delighted to announce that the Santander bike share hire scheme will be coming to Swansea Bay.
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) and Power & Water are delighted to mark the official launch of PURO, a joint venture partnership between the two organisations, by donating its first product to Oxfam.
Teams from Gwyrosydd Primary School in Treboeth and Newton Primary School were among the shortlisted runners-up in DVLA’s national coding competition.
A new programme designed to strengthen Swansea’s workforce has welcomed several new appointments to its team.
A £6.7million investment has been completed at Llanelli’s Coedcae School to include a new science block and refurbishment of the existing building.
The business community has shown their support for the Swansea University Cycles Challenge by contributing to the crowdfunding campaign.
Swansea University will be joining Cardiff and Bristol Universities to form a new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in data intensive science. The Centre is being created as part of a £10m UK-wide investment from the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC).
Twenty-two new jobs have been created at UWTSD’s new £300 million SA1 Swansea Waterfront development, alongside opportunities for 12 apprentices and 17 work experience placements.
Sue Poole, director of entrepreneur training firm C4EE, has been crowned BQ’s ‘Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year’ for Wales after a close final between inspiring entrepreneurs.