Cardiff University

Key Information

Location

Cardiff, Wales

Established

1883

Motto

Gwirionedd, Undod A Chytgord

Nationalities

Students

33,260

Overview

*Cardiff University is a Study group university. The course offered through Kampus is their foundation program. Foundation students studying at an institution will be provided with a conditional offer to study their desired course at that institution and upon meeting that condition (exam marks, language requirements) will be provided an unconditional offer.

Cardiff University is the third oldest university in Wales, and the only university in Wales to be a member of the Russell Group research intensive universities.

It was ranked 31st in UK in the 2021 Sunday Times University rankings, and was ranked 163rd in Best Global Universities internationally, as well as 20th nationally by US News.

Courses

Cardiff university has 3 Colleges:

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Biomedical and Life Sciences

Physical Sciences and Engineering

 

The courses offered at Cardiff by Kampus Group are:
Foundation course

Employment

97% of Cardiff graduates were in employment or further study 6 months after graduation.

Fees and Scholarships

Cardiff offers exceptional students a variety of scholarships based on academic achievement, extracurricular achievement and nationality. Find out more here.

Accommodation

The University maintains 15 student halls and a number of student houses throughout the city of Cardiff, and all first year students are guaranteed a place at the university managed halls.

These include:

  • Aberconway Hall
  • Aberdare Hall
  • Cartwright Court
  • Clodien House
  • Colum Hall
  • Hodge Hall
  • Gordon Hall
  • Roy Jenkins Hall
  • Senghennydd Court
  • Senghennydd Hall
  • The Talybont ‘Student Village’ (Including Talybont North, South, Court and Gate Halls)
  • University Hall
  • Houses in Colum Road and Colum Place
  • Student Village Houses

Other Facts