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Cardiff University in UK
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Cardiff University

Overview

At Cardiff University, our mission is to be a world-leading university, founded by Royal Charter in 1883, we have been producing successful graduates for more than 125 years. From a total student population of 27,000 there are more than 3,000 international students currently studying at Cardiff, representing over 100 countries, enriching our unique multi-cultural environment.

 

Cardiff has an international reputation for academic excellence, as a member of UK's elite Russell Group top-20 research intensive universities. Government assessments of both teaching and research quality rate Cardiff in the top five in the UK for many of its degree subjects including popular areas such as Business, Engineering and Journalism. We offer more than 140 undergraduate and 160 postgraduate taught programmes, with many of our academic staff internationally acknowledged experts in their chosen fields of study.

 

The University attracts more than 200 million in research funding annually and has more than 1700 research projects in progress. The University boasts two Nobel Laureates, where ground breaking research exemplifies Cardiff's international reputation and feeds directly into your teaching.

 

Sustained investment has provided facilities of an exceptionally high standard, including a range of state-of-the-art computer systems and over 1.5 million books in the University's impressive libraries.

 

Our close links with employers and professional bodies and the recognised high quality of our teaching and learning ensure that Cardiff graduates are equipped with the transferable skills, knowledge and attitudes that employers look for. As a result Cardiff continues to be targeted by employers seeking high calibre graduates. Each year more than 90 percent of graduates enter employment or professional training/postgraduate study shortly after graduating.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Location & Facilities

The city of Cardiff offers an excellent location in which to live and study, ranked 7th among the Top 50 European Cities by Foreign Direct Investment magazine. It is the Capital city of Wales with all the culture, sports, work opportunities and atmosphere you would expect of a modern European metropolis, but Cardiff is also small enough to retain a very personal, friendly atmosphere, with a population of about 320,000 people, 10% of the population are students which makes it safe, friendly and affordable.

 

Cardiff was one of the UK's first multi-cultural cities and an estimated 94 languages are spoken here. This is a real advantage for international students because you will find that many of the food and ingredients you have in your country are also sold in Cardiff.

 

Cardiff has a vibrant cultural scene with an exciting programme of events all year round, from folk music and comedy, to food and film.

 

The University campus and residences are located in and around Cardiff's magnificent city centre, within easy walking distance of all local amenities.

 

With a wide range of residences, providing approximately 5300 study bedrooms, Cardiff University students can apply for residences which best suit their particular preferences, interests and budgets. International students are guaranteed a single-occupancy place in University residences for the full duration of their studies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

Cardiff University is made up of 27 Schools: (Further details of subject specific courses can be found under Section 10)

  • Architecture
  • Biosciences
  • Business
  • Chemistry
  • City & Regional Planning
  • Computer Science
  • Dentistry
  • Earth, Ocean and Planetary Science
  • Engineering
  • English, Communication and Philosophy
  • European Studies (includes Politices)
  • Healthcare Studies
  • History and Archaeology
  • Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies
  • Law
  • Mathematics
  • Medicine
  • Music
  • Nursing and Midwifery
  • Optometry and Vision Sciences
  • Pharmacy
  • Physics & Astronomy
  • Postgraduate Medical & Dental Education
  • Psychology
  • Religious and Theological Studies
  • Social Sciences (includes Criminology and Education)
  • Welsh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Courses Offered

Sr.no Level Name of the Program
N410 UG Accountancy
NM41 UG Accountancy and Law
B340 UG Advanced Practices in Beauty Therapy
N560 UG Advertising and Campaign Management
EW12/WW12 UG Art and Design
W900 UG Arts for the Creative Industries
B391 UG Beauty Therapy Management
002N UG Business
N250 UG Business Administration
G490/G491 UG Business Computing Solutions
091N UG Business (e-Business Strategies)
022N UG Business (Finance)
032N UG Business (Human Resource Management)
015G UG Business (Information Technology)
11MN UG Business Studies (Law Pathway)
102N UG Business (Management)
52NN UG Business (Marketing)
N122 UG Business Studies
M101 UG Business Studies (Law Pathway)
L541 UG Community Development Work
H130 UG Computer Aided Engineering
004G UG Computing (General)
025G UG Computing (ICT Systems Support)
006G UG Computing (Software Development)
G4G6 UG Computing with Software Engineering
002K UG Construction (Architecture, Quantity Surveying and
Construction Management
K200 UG Construction Design and Management
K220 UG Construction Engineering Management
W233 UG Contemporary Surface Design and Textiles
CL85 UG Counselling and Psychology in Community
Settings
L000 UG Creative Practice in Community Settings
UG Culture Identity and Learning
BB49 UG Diet, Nutrition and Health
X312 UG Early Childhood Studies
X311 UG Early Years Practice
X300 UG Education Studies
X123 UG Education (with QTS)
X120 UG Education (without QTS)
011H UG Engineering (Electrical/Electronic)
011H UG Engineering (Mechanical / Manufacturing
Engineering)
UG English Language Courses
W232 UG Fashion Design
N300 UG Financial Services
W100 UG Fine Art
GG4P UG Games Development
W2G4 UG Graphic Design, Illustration and Digital Media
B900 UG Health and Social Welfare
CN6F UG Health-Related Exercise and Fitness
N222 UG Hospitality and Travel Management
N611 UG Human Resource Management
M100 UG Law
MM12 UG Law and Legal Practice
ML14 UG Law and Social Welfare
W452/3 UG Make-up Effects and Artistry
MN15 UG Marketing and Law
N500 UG Marketing and Sales
JJ25 UG Metallurgy and Materials
W212 UG Multimedia and Design
G420 UG Network Infrastructure Technologies
B503 UG Ophthalmic Dispensing with Management
N870 UG Outdoor Adventurous Activities
B941 UG Person Centred Counselling and Human Relations
W640 UG Photography (Editorial, Adverising and Fine Art)
X390 UG Playwork
X141 UG Post-Compulsory Education and Training
X124 UG Primary Education with QTS
N213 UG Project Management
L430/L436 UG Public Services Management
L590 UG Social and Community Care
L500 UG Social Work
G600 UG Software Applications Development
C600 UG Sports Science
KL45 UG Supported and Community Housing
NX22 UG Supporting and Managing Learning in Education
B800 UG Travel and Tourism Management
L522 UG Youth and Community Development
W250/052W UG 3D Design (Interior Design)
PG Computing
PG Early Years Practice
PG Education
PG Inclusive Education
PG International Business Management
PG Law
PG Leadership and Management in Education
PG Management
PG Marketing Practice
X121 PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education - Lower
Primary
PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education Primary with
French Specialism
PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education Secondary
(Citizenship)
D6X1 PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education Secondary
(Design - Food Technology)
PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education Secondary
(Information Communication Technology)
PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education Secondary
(Mathematics)
PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education Secondary
(Modern Languages)
PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education Secondary
(Science)
PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education Secondary
(Vocational Subjects) NEW
X171 PG Postgraduate Certificate in Education - Upper
Primary
PG Practitioner Research
PG Teaching
PG Visual Arts
PG Youth and Community Development

 

 

 


Scholarships

Our online Funding and Scholarships Search allows prospective students to search for the current funding opportunities at Cardiff University as well as providing details of other potential funding options. To access the database please visit the following website and select the International option under the Region category. www.cardiff.ac.uk/searchforfunding

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


General Intake

Undergraduate
September intake

Postgraduate Taught
September intake

Postgraduate Research
Subject to departmental resources:
October / January / April / July

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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