The National Student Survey has been launched at the University of Glamorgan on the 30 January but some third year students were not aware that they have time to undergo the survey until April. However, students were satisfied by the standard of education at the ATRiuM and university life. The launch of the survey also gave staff at the ATRiuM the opportunity to let students know how the results wil be processed and how the data will improve the university’s services.
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Despite maintaining an academic relationship with universities from China, the University of Glamorgan is only now looking at the posibility to exploit the student exchange potential of China. Guests present at the Wales-China forum are looking into the possibility of a future exchange program involving Chinese universities. It is worth noting that last year the University of Glamorgan attracted a number of 521 Chinese students.
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The University of Glamorgan also adopted a policy which will determine students to pay hefty charges if they are found liable for loss, damage or theft of loaned equipment. This comes as an attempt to prevent thefts and reduce the amounts of money spent by the university for maintaining different pieces of equipment.
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Academics from around the world met in the ATRiuM’s Zen Room to explore the research behind the first book on Chinese creative industries ever written in English. The symposium explored areas including broadcast, audio visual and press as scholars from China, England, Australia and Wales met and discussed about China’s creative potential.
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As a result of an increasing number of thefts of media equipment at the ATRiuM campus, the University of Glamorgan decided to implement a new security measure that implies that staff and students alike have to use swipe cards in order to be granted access into the building. The decision started a lot of controversy around the topic, with students and staff having different views on the success and efficiency of the measure.
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The University of Glamorgan’s ATRiuM building hosted an all-day-long social media event unde the name of ‘What’s Next?’. The event was split into 10 different seminars on topics like Facebook, Twitter for growth, LinkedIn, Mobile Apps, Google+ and social media and the law. Participants were able to choose and attend any three of the available 10 seminars. The event was a landmark of the year 2012 in social media, when new platforms will emerge and will expand the scope for business.
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