Monthly Archives: February 2013

No 13: UoW: Trinity Saint David – More on the London Campus

More about the London Campus  In Blog No 12 I explained how the University of Wales: Trinity Saint David (TSD) had set up a London Campus specifically to cater for the overseas students who had previously been following TSD validated … Continue reading

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No.12: UoW: Trinity Saint David – The London Campus

UoW: Trinity Saint David – The London Campus  Towards the end of 2012 I noticed on the University of Wales: Trinity Saint David website that there was, in addition to the Carmarthen Campus and Lampeter Campus, mention of a London … Continue reading

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No 11: College of Technology London

College of Technology London In Blog No.7 I explained how I had started investigating the collaborative relationships of the University of Wales in October 2011 and that I had then found that the University of Wales: Trinity Saint David (UW:TSD) … Continue reading

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No 10: Student protest at the University of Wales: Trinity Saint David

Last Friday, 8 February 2013, students at the Lampeter Campus of the University of Wales: Trinity Saint David (TSD) conducted a sit-in protest.  They were protesting against staffing cuts which they claimed were having a detrimental effect on their courses … Continue reading

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No 9: Mad Hatter in Wales

Mad Hatter in Wales By Dafydd Glyn Jones  My friend Dafydd Glyn Jones, whom I mentioned in Blog 7, is a person who has been actively raising issues about the future of the University of Wales even before the incredible … Continue reading

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No. 8: University of Wales – reply from Welsh Government

Reply from the Welsh Government  I sent my correspondence with the Privy Council, together with the evidence which proved that the University of Wales had totally ignored the requirements of its Statues, to Mr Leighton Andrews, the Education Minister in … Continue reading

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No.7: University of Wales: Why I started investigating

Why I started investigating the University of Wales Like many other University of Wales graduates I’d been shocked by the revelations in the BBC Wales programme “Week In Week Out” about the failure of management at the University.   I was even … Continue reading

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