Dr Aidan Byrne, University of Wales, Swansea, has been appointed MEDEV Country Consultant for Wales and can be contacted via email at a...@swansea.ac.uk.
The Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) promotes internationally excellent higher education in Wales. Activities in relation to learning and teaching include:
The Higher Education Academy (HE Academy) works in support of the higher education sector in Wales with a Welsh Institutional Liaison Group, and the Senior Adviser for Wales. Work is undertaken in partnership with HEW, HEFCW and the Department for Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills, in addition to visiting individual institutions, to ensure that the Academy meets the needs of the Welsh Higher Education sector.
The ‘Devolution and Divergence: Health and Social Care in the UK’ conference hosted by the Schools of Healthcare Studies and Nursing and Midwifery Studies at Cardiff University, held at Cardiff City Hall (November 30th – December 1st 2009), sought to take stock of the situation that has developed in the 4 countries post Devolution. The conference was sponsored by the HE Academy and four subject centres. Papers and poster presentations are no longer available.
The National Union of Students in Wales (NUS Wales) is an autonomous 'special region' of NUS UK, setting its own policy, electing its own executive committee, and campaigning on the issues that affect students studying in Wales.
This section provides a starting point for prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students wishing to know more about studying medicine at one of Wales's two regional Medical Schools.
This section provides a starting point for prospective undergraduates and postgraduates wishing to know more about studying dentistry at Wales's only regional Dental School.
Education and Skills in Wales are the responsibility of the Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills (DCELLS), within the Welsh Assembly Government.
There are currently no open events in Wales
There are currently no open fundops in Wales
PLATO: llwyfan e-ddysgu unigol ar gyfer meddygon sy’n hyfforddi yng Nghymru (PLATO: a single eLearning platform for doctors in training inWales)
Dr Peter Donnelly, Sub Dean; Paul Kirk, eLearning Unit BusinessManager; Joel Benson, Electronic Resources Officer; Professor Derek Gallen, Dean, Postgraduate Deanery,Wales, Cardiff University.
Profiad Clinigol cynnar drwy LOCS (Early clinical experience through LOCS)
Dr Aidan Byrne, Programme Director, Graduate EntryMedicine; Jane Terret, UndergraduateManager; Jess Griffiths, Learning Technologist; Dr Steve Allen, Reader in Paediatrics, School ofMedicine, Swansea University