Cardiff University

About 

Cardiff University was established in 1883 as the University College of South Wales and Monmouth. It gained university status and was renamed to its current name in 2005. It is the third oldest university in Wales and consists of 26 academic schools.  

These schools are categorised into three colleges including the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, the College of Biomedical and Life Sciences, and the College of Physical Science and Engineering. The university has a total enrolment of more than 33,190 students, a portion of which is made up of international students who come from over 100 different countries.  

Postgraduate Programs They Run 

Cardiff University runs numerous postgraduate programs covering topics such as finance, computer science, archaeology, broadcast journalism, business, law, criminology, water engineering, psychology, and more. Courses can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. Some of the awards their courses offer include Master of Science (MSc), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Law (LLM), Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip), Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert), and more.  

Admissions Process 

Full-time undergraduate applicants are to make their application via the UCAS website. It is important to ensure you fill out the application form in its entirety and that you include the correct institution and course codes. After you have sent your application off, the university will contact you to update you on the status of your application. You will also be able to track your application. Those applying for postgraduate and part-time courses should apply directly on the university’s website. Be sure you meet all the entry requirements before you apply. After you have sent off your application, the university will contact you to let you know whether they will be offering you a place. International applicants can apply in the same way but entry requirements may differ.  

Accommodation 

Cardiff University has a wide range of student accommodation options to choose from, most of which are a short walk or bus ride away from the campus. The rent varies depending on the room type and location, starting at £104 per week. You can expect to be close to all the local amenities you require. Some other key facilities you will have access to include Wi-Fi, laundry, and security. Your room will contain your bed, wardrobes, and a washbasin. In addition, it will have a study area which has a desk and chair. Usually, the properties have a shared kitchen and common room area with some having shared or private bathrooms. You can apply for a room online on the Cardiff University website.  

Scholarships and Financial Support 

Cardiff University provides several scholarships to enable students to fund their university courses. Some of these include the School of Music scholarships, School of Engineering Scholarships, and School of Welsh Scholarship. Some of the scholarships available award up to £3,000. You can find out more information about these scholarships such as their entry requirements and how to apply on the Cardiff University website.  

Contact Info 

For general enquiries, call +44 (0)29 2087 40000 

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