Study in WalesCardiff University

Cardiff University

As a member of the Russell Group, Cardiff University is one of the UK's top 24 research universities. The university offers 300 courses within 26 academic schools, so students can immerse themselves in a variety of innovative and traditional subjects.

Cardiff University’s international reputation and commitment to excellence means students and staff from across the world are drawn to the university. Founded in 1883, the university combines a dynamic approach to teaching and research with impressive modern facilities.

The university's expertise in research-led teaching encompasses the humanities, natural, physical, health, life and social sciences, engineering and technology and lifelong learning. Its outstanding research community features 2 Nobel Prize winners, 11 fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering,13 fellows of the Royal Society, 7 fellows of the British Academy, and 21 fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences.

The University’s Portland-stone buildings are centrally located amid parks and tree-lined avenues in the city's civic centre. Students who choose to study at Cardiff University will benefit from the combination of a small, friendly, inexpensive city with the cultural and recreational amenities of an ambitious and progressive capital city.

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