School of Art & Design
The Cardiff School of Art & Design fosters a vibrant and creative research culture evidenced by the range of research groups operating within disciplinary and multi-disciplinary frameworks.
Progressively broadening the scope of its research programmes into all the main areas of art and design, The School is host to a wide variety of exciting research, and is actively seeking to collaborate with academic and industry partners. It engages with cutting edge design technologies, engineering and material arts, as well as fine arts, and the history and theory of art and design.
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School of Education
Staff within the Cardiff School of Education have a wide range of research interests. As well as staff with established research profiles, a significant proportion of lecturers are undertaking higher degrees and developing additional research interests to contribute to the School's portfolio.
The School also has Education research links with the School of Sport, School of Art and Design and School of Health Sciences with an interdisciplinary focus.
School of Health Sciences
Research in Cardiff School of Health Sciences is encompassed by three themes; Food, Nutrition and Health, Cardiovascular Health and Ageing, and Health and Risk Management.
School of Management
Cardiff School of Management research is crucial in ensuring the vitality and health of the academic subjects we teach and there is a well embedded research culture that permeates across the school.
Research not only serves to advance management knowledge, it underpins and enriches our teaching and learning and much of our research is multidisciplinary, often carried out with researchers from other university faculties and knowledge networks around the world.
The five broad themes which reflect the interests and expertise of active researchers in the School are:
- Competitiveness, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Governance, Accountability and Social Justice
- Information Systems, Technology and People
- New Economies
School of Sport
According to the results of the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, 70% of the Cardiff School of Sport’s research has international impact with a quarter being classified as internationally excellent or world leading. The university power rankings calculated by Research Fortnight, based on the quality and quantity of research output, shows that Cardiff Metropolitan University is ranked 6th in the UK and 1st in Wales in Unit of Assessment 46 - Sports-Related Subjects.