Cardiff University, situated in the capital of Wales, dating back to 1883, is a well-established and a leading university in research areas. Within walking distance between its academic buildings, accommodation facilities and student union, it is also very close to Cardiff city centre.
About the University
Cardiff University has more than 30,000 students (25% of them are international students), and 6,000 academics.
Cardiff University is included in the Russell Group, where the top universities such as Oxford and Cambridge are listed. It is a reputable university with its both research areas in social sciences, physics, health, engineering and technology subjects and its prestigious academic staff. There are many research studies carried out in each department and are more than 1000 ongoing research projects. Some of the subjects offered at Cardiff are Journalism, Architecture, Business, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Urban Planning, Dentistry, Computer Science, Engineering, European Studies, Law, Mathematics, Psychology, Physics and Astronomy.
Cardiff University provides many various facilities such as accommodation, libraries, technologic equipments, and also assist its students to find employment/career opportunities through its JobShop service. Cardiff University has been ranked 5th nationally in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) on rankings based on quality and 2nd university in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) on rankings based on impact.
- BA Journalism
- BA English Language
- BSc Biomedical Science
- BSc Economics and Management
- BSc Economics
- BSc Architecture
- BEng Civil Engineering
- MSc Urban and Regional Development
- PhD in City & Regional Planning
- PhD Law
- MSc Psychiatry
- MSc Strategic Marketing
- MSc Structural Engineering
- MSc Logistics and Operations Management
- MSc International Management
- MSc Finance
- LLM International Commercial Law
- LLM Human Rights Law
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