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Cardiff Metropolitan University

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Cardiff Metropolitan University

United Kingdom
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Cardiff Metropolitan University

United Kingdom
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Cardiff Metropolitan University

United Kingdom
Overview

Overview

Based in the brilliantly diverse and welcoming capital city of Wales, Cardiff Metropolitan University is ranked among the best modern universities in the UK by the Complete University Guide. It is constantly developing as an institution and was found to be the 3rd most improved UK university in 2015.

A leader in supporting students in their job search, the institution came in at number one out of 159 universities for its Career Services. Alongside its award-winning Careers Team, Cardiff Metropolitan also provides a number of work placements and study visits to well-known companies to ensure that its students are ready for the world of work after graduation.

The university has an international reputation for providing outstanding professional and vocational degrees, and supports this with high-quality research that addresses real-world problems, such as medical provision in Rural Zambia and the advancement of surgical procedures.

With a ‘Silver’ rating in the prestigious Teaching Excellence Framework, Cardiff Met takes great pride in its teaching standards and has a Learning and Teaching Development Unit to help improve student learning, so that it is the best it can possibly be.

Cardiff Metropolitan prides itself on being a welcoming environment for students. The university has been ranked as number one in the UK for overall international student support for an incredible six years running, with students enrolled from 143 different countries.

The university does everything it can to ensure that its courses are industry-focused, and utilises links to over 5,000 companies to help develop students into successful and skilled graduate employees. This is evidenced by the fact that a huge 95% of Cardiff Met students are employed or engaged in further study within six months of graduation.

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Overview

Overview

Based in the brilliantly diverse and welcoming capital city of Wales, Cardiff Metropolitan University is ranked among the best modern universities in the UK by the Complete University Guide. It is constantly developing as an institution and was found to be the 3rd most improved UK university in 2015.

A leader in supporting students in their job search, the institution came in at number one out of 159 universities for its Career Services. Alongside its award-winning Careers Team, Cardiff Metropolitan also provides a number of work placements and study visits to well-known companies to ensure that its students are ready for the world of work after graduation.

The university has an international reputation for providing outstanding professional and vocational degrees, and supports this with high-quality research that addresses real-world problems, such as medical provision in Rural Zambia and the advancement of surgical procedures.

With a ‘Silver’ rating in the prestigious Teaching Excellence Framework, Cardiff Met takes great pride in its teaching standards and has a Learning and Teaching Development Unit to help improve student learning, so that it is the best it can possibly be.

Cardiff Metropolitan prides itself on being a welcoming environment for students. The university has been ranked as number one in the UK for overall international student support for an incredible six years running, with students enrolled from 143 different countries.

The university does everything it can to ensure that its courses are industry-focused, and utilises links to over 5,000 companies to help develop students into successful and skilled graduate employees. This is evidenced by the fact that a huge 95% of Cardiff Met students are employed or engaged in further study within six months of graduation.

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Overview

Overview

Based in the brilliantly diverse and welcoming capital city of Wales, Cardiff Metropolitan University is ranked among the best modern universities in the UK by the Complete University Guide. It is constantly developing as an institution and was found to be the 3rd most improved UK university in 2015.

A leader in supporting students in their job search, the institution came in at number one out of 159 universities for its Career Services. Alongside its award-winning Careers Team, Cardiff Metropolitan also provides a number of work placements and study visits to well-known companies to ensure that its students are ready for the world of work after graduation.

The university has an international reputation for providing outstanding professional and vocational degrees, and supports this with high-quality research that addresses real-world problems, such as medical provision in Rural Zambia and the advancement of surgical procedures.

With a ‘Silver' rating in the prestigious Teaching Excellence Framework, Cardiff Met takes great pride in its teaching standards and has a Learning and Teaching Development Unit to help improve student learning, so that it is the best it can possibly be.

Cardiff Metropolitan prides itself on being a welcoming environment for students. The university has been ranked as number one in the UK for overall international student support for an incredible six years running, with students enrolled from 143 different countries.

The university does everything it can to ensure that its courses are industry-focused, and utilises links to over 5,000 companies to help develop students into successful and skilled graduate employees. This is evidenced by the fact that a huge 95% of Cardiff Met students are employed or engaged in further study within six months of graduation.

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Overview

Overview

Located in the cultural capital city of Wales, Cardiff Metropolitan University offers a range of courses which focus on practical and professional learning.

Recently awarded Welsh university of the year (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021), its two campuses are home to over 11,000 students from 143 countries.

Established in 1865, students at Cardiff Met can expect teaching excellence and plenty of support.

Its five academic schools present courses which have been designed alongside business and industry professionals. This ensures student's education is career-focused and relevant for industry demands. A collaborative institution, Cardiff Met also has dedicated global academies which pull together research, innovation, and teaching to help solve global issues.

The university's experienced faculty and practical teaching approach equips students with relevant skills, and the knowledge on how to apply them in a real work environment. Its award-winning careers team also provides work placements and study visits to prestigious companies.

A top 12 university for graduate start-ups, Cardiff Met was also recently recognised as number one in the UK for employability and work experience satisfaction.

The city of Cardiff is packed with culture, and regularly hosts major sporting events, large theatrical productions, as well as music shows, street food festivals and more. An exciting place to live, it is also consistently ranked as the most affordable UK city for students and the most cost-effective (NatWest Student Living Index 2019).

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What's new

What's new

Cardiff Metropolitan has recently launched its much-anticipated Cardiff School of Technologies. The School of Technologies is partnered with technology-focused companies across the Cardiff Capital Region to support their plans for expansion with 'work ready' graduates. Areas of study include data science, cyber security, mobile computing, artificial intelligence and systems engineering.

The university has also climbed the league tables in both the Complete University Guide and the Guardian University Guide, reflecting high levels of graduate employment, research quality and student satisfaction. It has also been recognised on the International stage, receiving the Comprehensive Internationalisation Badge from the International Association of Universities.

Closer to home, the university has continued its commitment to sustainability. Cardiff Metropolitan has been named the best university in Wales, and 8th in the UK for sustainability in the annual People and Planet University League. This sustainability includes a successful commitment to using 100% green electricity since October 2017, generated entirely from renewable sources such as wind, photovoltaic and landfill and biomass gasses.

Cardiff Metropolitan has continued to invest in its facilities, and in 2017 opened a brand-new GBP 2.4 million Outdoor Athletics Arena, to accompany the existing National Indoor Athletics Centre at the School of Sport and Health Sciences. Along with the launch of the first-of-its-kind Sports Broadcast MSc, the school continues to offer world class training to sports professionals on and off the pitch.

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What's new

What's new

Cardiff Metropolitan has recently launched its much-anticipated Cardiff School of Technologies. The School of Technologies is partnered with technology-focused companies across the Cardiff Capital Region to support their plans for expansion with 'work ready' graduates. Areas of study include data science, cyber security, mobile computing, artificial intelligence and systems engineering.

The university has also climbed the league tables in both the Complete University Guide and the Guardian University Guide, reflecting high levels of graduate employment, research quality and student satisfaction. It has also been recognised on the International stage, receiving the Comprehensive Internationalisation Badge from the International Association of Universities.

Closer to home, the university has continued its commitment to sustainability. Cardiff Metropolitan has been named the best university in Wales, and 8th in the UK for sustainability in the annual People and Planet University League. This sustainability includes a successful commitment to using 100% green electricity since October 2017, generated entirely from renewable sources such as wind, photovoltaic and landfill and biomass gasses.

Cardiff Metropolitan has continued to invest in its facilities, and in 2017 opened a brand-new GBP 2.4 million Outdoor Athletics Arena, to accompany the existing National Indoor Athletics Centre at the School of Sport and Health Sciences. Along with the launch of the first-of-its-kind Sports Broadcast MSc, the school continues to offer world class training to sports professionals on and off the pitch.

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What's new

What's new

Cardiff Metropolitan has recently launched its much-anticipated Cardiff School of Technologies. The School of Technologies is partnered with technology-focused companies across the Cardiff Capital Region to support their plans for expansion with 'work ready' graduates. Areas of study include data science, cyber security, mobile computing, artificial intelligence and systems engineering.

The university has also climbed the league tables in both the Complete University Guide and the Guardian University Guide, reflecting high levels of graduate employment, research quality and student satisfaction. It has also been recognised on the International stage, receiving the Comprehensive Internationalisation Badge from the International Association of Universities.

Closer to home, the university has continued its commitment to sustainability. Cardiff Metropolitan has been named the best university in Wales, and 8th in the UK for sustainability in the annual People and Planet University League. This sustainability includes a successful commitment to using 100% green electricity since October 2017, generated entirely from renewable sources such as wind, photovoltaic and landfill and biomass gasses.

Cardiff Metropolitan has continued to invest in its facilities, and in 2017 opened a brand-new GBP 2.4 million Outdoor Athletics Arena, to accompany the existing National Indoor Athletics Centre at the School of Sport and Health Sciences. Along with the launch of the first-of-its-kind Sports Broadcast MSc, the school continues to offer world class training to sports professionals on and off the pitch.

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What's new

What's new

Rankings and recognition

Cardiff Metropolitan University was recently awarded the prestigious title of Welsh university of the year by the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021.

The Quality Enhancement Review also recently commended Cardiff Met for several initiatives launched over the pandemic. This includes its proactive approach to student support, transnational partnerships, and how Cardiff Met enhanced the student learning experience.

New course

The university has launched a new BA (Hons) in applied entrepreneurship and innovation management. Aimed at undergraduates who want to run their own business, Cardiff Met is the only UK institution offering this kind of degree. A three-year course, students will develop their business at the Cardiff School of Management, before launching it officially in the final year of study.

Research centre

Cardiff Met has opened a new research centre which will focus on addressing societal challenges. The new Centre for Health, Activity and Wellbeing Research (CAWR) will work alongside communities both in the UK and across the world.

Aiming to become the Welsh hub for the development of health, activity, and wellbeing, CAWR will have four areas of expertise:

  • Cardiovascular physiology
  • Physical health education for lifelong learning
  • Public health and wellbeing
  • Wellbeing in demanding environments

Funding

The university has provided additional funding to its students' union. Its GBP 30,000 investment will support sports clubs and societies that faced financial difficulties because of COVID-19.

Global academies

Cardiff Met has launched global academies, which will solve societal issues through research, innovation, and collaboration with postgraduate students. The academies will also offer a range of postgraduate learning and research opportunities. Made up of four departments, the academies are split into the following areas: food science, safety, and security, health and human performance as well as human centred design.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The university was awarded a Silver Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) rating in the recent results published by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Cardiff Metropolitan University joins three other universities in Wales with this remarkable achievement, including Cardiff and Swansea University.

When a university receives a silver TEF rating, it means that it has shown evidence of excellent performance and has a high-quality reputation.

Academic standards and quality

The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), the independent body entrusted with monitoring and advising on standards and quality in UK higher education, has confirmed that the academic standards and quality of provision at Cardiff Metropolitan University meets UK expectations.

The QAA's Institutional Review Report identifies areas of good practice across the university, which are:

  • The work of the Learning and Teaching Development Unit (LTDU) in providing a comprehensive range of opportunities and resources for enhancement of learning and teaching.
  • The Students' Union's engagement with students in collaborative partnerships to enhance the quality of representation.
  • The Your Career online learning object, which supplies careers advice and a flexible learning instrument for careers development modules.

Learning and teaching development unit

The LTDU is a central unit based at the ​Llandaff Campus. It works as a team to develop, support and enhance student learning, with colleagues across the university, to promote the highest standards in learning and teaching. This is achieved by raising awareness of current issues and progressing the scholarship of learning and teaching. ​

Transnational education

Cardiff Metropolitan University has partnered with a number of high-calibre institutions in the UK and internationally. Partners of Cardiff Metropolitan include the East Asia Institute of Management and the Universal Business School.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The university was awarded a Silver Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) rating in the recent results published by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Cardiff Metropolitan University joins three other universities in Wales with this remarkable achievement, including Cardiff and Swansea University.

When a university receives a silver TEF rating, it means that it has shown evidence of excellent performance and has a high-quality reputation.

Academic standards and quality

The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), the independent body entrusted with monitoring and advising on standards and quality in UK higher education, has confirmed that the academic standards and quality of provision at Cardiff Metropolitan University meets UK expectations.

The QAA's Institutional Review Report identifies areas of good practice across the university, which are:

  • The work of the Learning and Teaching Development Unit (LTDU) in providing a comprehensive range of opportunities and resources for enhancement of learning and teaching.
  • The Students' Union's engagement with students in collaborative partnerships to enhance the quality of representation.
  • The Your Career online learning object, which supplies careers advice and a flexible learning instrument for careers development modules.

Learning and teaching development unit

The LTDU is a central unit based at the ​Llandaff Campus. It works as a team to develop, support and enhance student learning, with colleagues across the university, to promote the highest standards in learning and teaching. This is achieved by raising awareness of current issues and progressing the scholarship of learning and teaching. ​

Transnational education

Cardiff Metropolitan University has partnered with a number of high-calibre institutions in the UK and internationally. Partners of Cardiff Metropolitan include the East Asia Institute of Management and the Universal Business School.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The university was awarded a Silver Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) rating in the recent results published by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Cardiff Metropolitan University joins three other universities in Wales with this remarkable achievement, including Cardiff and Swansea University.

When a university receives a silver TEF rating, it means that it has shown evidence of excellent performance and has a high-quality reputation.

Academic standards and quality

The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), the independent body entrusted with monitoring and advising on standards and quality in UK higher education, has confirmed that the academic standards and quality of provision at Cardiff Metropolitan University meets UK expectations.

The QAA's Institutional Review Report identifies areas of good practice across the university, which are:

  • The work of the Learning and Teaching Development Unit (LTDU) in providing a comprehensive range of opportunities and resources for enhancement of learning and teaching.
  • The Students' Union's engagement with students in collaborative partnerships to enhance the quality of representation.
  • The Your Career online learning object, which supplies careers advice and a flexible learning instrument for careers development modules.

Learning and teaching development unit

The LTDU is a central unit based at the ​Llandaff Campus. It works as a team to develop, support and enhance student learning, with colleagues across the university, to promote the highest standards in learning and teaching. This is achieved by raising awareness of current issues and progressing the scholarship of learning and teaching. ​

Transnational education

Cardiff Metropolitan University has partnered with a number of high-calibre institutions in the UK and internationally. Partners of Cardiff Metropolitan include the East Asia Institute of Management and the Universal Business School.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The university was further recognised by the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021, which awarded Cardiff Met with the impressive title of Welsh university of the year.

The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) has verified that the university meets UK expectations of academic standards and teaching quality. QAA highlighted good practices within the university's Learning and Teaching Development Unit, the students' union and the Your Career online platform.

The university has also been commended by the Quality Enhancement Review. The review praised the institution for its work over the pandemic, including student support initiatives, transnational partnerships, and the overall learning experience.

Cardiff Met has recently launched several global academies. The academies will provide postgraduate students with opportunities to collaborate and research with industry experts from around the world.

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Academic schools

Academic schools

All of the university’s schools specialise in courses that are career orientated and have been designed in conjunction with business and industry practice. Cardiff Metropolitan University consists of the following academic schools:

  • Cardiff School of Art & Design

In the School of Art & Design, the courses have been designed to enable students to choose how they want their talent to develop. Students can elect a business focus for their work, and concentrate on exploring the cutting edge techniques and styles of their chosen subject, or challenge themselves to take their work to new heights in completely new directions. The school has workshops and extensive studio space for students to use, ensuring they can work as professionals from the very start of their studies.

  • Cardiff School of Education & Social Policy

Located on the Cyncoed and Llandaff campus, the school is split into 3 departments: Humanities, Professional Development an Initial Teacher Education. With a reputation for excellence worldwide, the school has been instructing Initial Teacher Education for over 60 years. The school is built of over 90 full time teaching staff, and visiting lecturers who are experts in their fields.

  • Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences

Based across both of the university campuses, Cardiff Metropolitan continues to improve the study of Sport and Health Sciences. The Cyncoed campus is solely devoted to Sport and Health Science and boasts of state-of the-art facilities for students to learn and develop their skills. The School continues to advance its current expertise, whilst also creating new collaborations between sport and health.

  • Cardiff School of Management

Based in the heart of Cardiff, the School of Management offers a wide range of programmes carefully designed to help students to develop skills and knowledge most desired by employers. Students are supported to gain independence and confidence, and encouraged to make things happen!

  • Cardiff School of Technologies

Launched in 2018, the School of Technologies works carefully with companies and employers across the tech industry to create courses of study that meet the student demand and employer need in the sector. The school consists of leading lecturers and researchers in software engineering, digital design and development and computer science.

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Academic schools

Academic schools

All of the university’s schools specialise in courses that are career orientated and have been designed in conjunction with business and industry practice. Cardiff Metropolitan University consists of the following academic schools:

  • Cardiff School of Art & Design

In the School of Art & Design, the courses have been designed to enable students to choose how they want their talent to develop. Students can elect a business focus for their work, and concentrate on exploring the cutting edge techniques and styles of their chosen subject, or challenge themselves to take their work to new heights in completely new directions. The school has workshops and extensive studio space for students to use, ensuring they can work as professionals from the very start of their studies.

  • Cardiff School of Education & Social Policy

Located on the Cyncoed and Llandaff campus, the school is split into 3 departments: Humanities, Professional Development and Initial Teacher Education. With a reputation for excellence worldwide, the school has been instructing Initial Teacher Education for over 60 years. The school is built of over 90 full time teaching staff, and visiting lecturers who are experts in their fields.

  • Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences

Based across both of the university campuses, Cardiff Metropolitan continues to improve the study of Sport and Health Sciences. The Cyncoed campus is solely devoted to Sport and Health Science and boasts of state-of the-art facilities for students to learn and develop their skills. The School continues to advance its current expertise, whilst also creating new collaborations between sport and health.

  • Cardiff School of Management

Based in the heart of Cardiff, the School of Management offers a wide range of programmes carefully designed to help students to develop skills and knowledge most desired by employers. Students are supported to gain independence and confidence, and encouraged to make things happen!

  • Cardiff School of Technologies

Launched in 2018, the School of Technologies works carefully with companies and employers across the tech industry to create courses of study that meet the student demand and employer need in the sector. The school consists of leading lecturers and researchers in software engineering, digital design and development and computer science.

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Academic schools

Academic schools

All of the university's schools specialise in courses that are career orientated and have been designed in conjunction with business and industry practice. Cardiff Metropolitan University consists of the following academic schools:

  • Cardiff School of Art & Design

In the School of Art & Design, the courses have been designed to enable students to choose how they want their talent to develop. Students can elect a business focus for their work, and concentrate on exploring the cutting edge techniques and styles of their chosen subject, or challenge themselves to take their work to new heights in completely new directions. The school has workshops and extensive studio space for students to use, ensuring they can work as professionals from the very start of their studies.

  • Cardiff School of Education & Social Policy

Located on the Cyncoed and Llandaff campus, the school is split into 3 departments: Humanities, Professional Development and Initial Teacher Education. With a reputation for excellence worldwide, the school has been instructing Initial Teacher Education for over 60 years. The school is built of over 90 full time teaching staff, and visiting lecturers who are experts in their fields.

  • Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences

Based across both of the university campuses, Cardiff Metropolitan continues to improve the study of Sport and Health Sciences. The Cyncoed campus is solely devoted to Sport and Health Science and boasts of state-of the-art facilities for students to learn and develop their skills. The School continues to advance its current expertise, whilst also creating new collaborations between sport and health.

  • Cardiff School of Management

Based in the heart of Cardiff, the School of Management offers a wide range of programmes carefully designed to help students to develop skills and knowledge most desired by employers. Students are supported to gain independence and confidence, and encouraged to make things happen!

  • Cardiff School of Technologies

Launched in 2018, the School of Technologies works carefully with companies and employers across the tech industry to create courses of study that meet the student demand and employer need in the sector. The school consists of leading lecturers and researchers in software engineering, digital design and development and computer science.

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Department structure

Department structure

Cardiff Met has five academic schools spread over three campuses. Offering a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, the university has worked collaboratively with business and industry experts to create career-focused programs.

Its academic schools are:

School of Art and Design

Home to creative degree courses, the school teaches a variety of disciplines and a flexible way of learning, so students can choose several elements of their studies. Course options include architecture, fine art, interior design, and photography.

School of Education and Social Policy

Educating students for over 60 years, the school is split into three departments: humanities, professional development, and initial teacher education.

It is amongst the largest teacher education and training centres in the UK and has an international reputation for teaching excellence. Its full-time teaching staff and visiting lecturers are experts in their discipline.

School of Management

The school of management's courses have been specifically designed to meet employer expectations. Areas taught within the school include modern languages, finance, tourism, business information technology and computing.

The school is a professional member of CABS and EFMD, and offers several study pathways including full-time, part-time, undergraduate, postgraduate, as well as on-campus and online.

School of Sport & Health Sciences

This school is internationally recognised for the quality of its research and academic work. Providing an education which focuses on employability and impactful research, students work collaboratively with their peers, industry partners, health boards and national governing bodies.

School of Technologies

Recently opened in 2018, the school offers both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as research opportunities. Courses have been designed by tech experts and employers, to ensure they are industry relevant.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The International Office at Cardiff Metropolitan has extensive knowledge of all levels of International Qualification, and offers guidance to individual students looking to join the university. The entry requirements are competitive and fair. The exact requirements for each course can be found on each of the course profiles, and country-specific guidance can be found on the Country Specific Information pages of the university website.

As well as academic entry requirements, Cardiff Metropolitan University accepts a number of different English Language qualifications. Apart from the Secure English Language Tests (SELTS) which are supported by the UKVI for entry to the UK, the university offers a number of different English Language assessments methods. These include exemptions for students who have specific English Language Exams at School in their Home Country, and also the Cardiff Met Global English Testing Services (GETS) Test in place of an external English Language Test.

The GETS Higher allows students to demonstrate that they are of a B2 level in all key language components. Successful completion of the GETS Higher meets the English Language Requirements for Cardiff Metropolitan University undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The International Office at Cardiff Metropolitan has extensive knowledge of all levels of International Qualification, and offers guidance to individual students looking to join the university. The entry requirements are competitive and fair. The exact requirements for each course can be found on each of the course profiles, and country-specific guidance can be found on the Country Specific Information pages of the university website.

As well as academic entry requirements, Cardiff Metropolitan University accepts a number of different English Language qualifications. Apart from the Secure English Language Tests (SELTS) which are supported by the UKVI for entry to the UK, the university offers a number of different English Language assessments methods. These include exemptions for students who have specific English Language Exams at School in their Home Country, and also the Cardiff Met Global English Testing Services (GETS) Test in place of an external English Language Test.

The GETS Higher allows students to demonstrate that they are of a B2 level in all key language components. Successful completion of the GETS Higher meets the English Language Requirements for Cardiff Metropolitan University undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The International Office at Cardiff Metropolitan has extensive knowledge of all levels of International Qualification, and offers guidance to individual students looking to join the university. The entry requirements are competitive and fair. The exact requirements for each course can be found on each of the course profiles, and country-specific guidance can be found on the Country Specific Information pages of the university website.

As well as academic entry requirements, Cardiff Metropolitan University accepts a number of different English Language qualifications. Apart from the Secure English Language Tests (SELTS) which are supported by the UKVI for entry to the UK, the university offers a number of different English Language assessments methods. These include exemptions for students who have specific English Language Exams at School in their Home Country, and also the Cardiff Met Global English Testing Services (GETS) Test in place of an external English Language Test.

The GETS Higher allows students to demonstrate that they are of a B2 level in all key language components. Successful completion of the GETS Higher meets the English Language Requirements for Cardiff Metropolitan University undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Entry requirements at Cardiff Met are dependent on the course applied for, and the home country of the applicant. Country-specific guidelines and requirements can be found on the university's website.

To be considered for their chosen course, international applicants need to submit the following:

  • Educational reference
  • English language certificate
  • Evidence of sponsorship (if required)
  • Personal statement
  • Photocopies of exam certificates and transcripts

Some courses will also require portfolios of work and evidence of academic achievements.

Applicants who do not have English as a first language will also need to meet Cardiff Met's English language proficiency requirements. The institution accepts a range of English language tests, including:

  • Cambridge English Advanced
  • Cambridge ESOL
  • IELTS
  • Pearsons
  • Trinity College London
  • TOEFL IBT

Applicants can seek exemption from English language tests if they have previously completed an academic qualification equivalent to a UK degree, which was taught in English.

Students who don't meet the English requirements or want to improve their language skills can attend pre-sessional or foundation courses through Cardiff Met's English Language Training Centre. The centre has been nominated for several awards and is led by experienced staff who understand the challenges of learning a new language abroad.

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Scholarships

Scholarships

Cardiff Metropolitan University believes all students deserve the opportunity to enhance their career prospects, irrespective of their financial situation. All international students paying the full fee are automatically eligible and considered for the university’s scholarships.

The university offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships to support international students, including:

  • Undergraduate Scholarship worth GBP 1,200.
  • MBA Scholarship based on academic and/or professional work experience, which amounts to about GBP 1,500.
  • The Vice Chancellor Scholarship of GBP 1,500 is awarded to a number of the Master of Arts and Master of Science programmes, based on the academic merits and/or work experience of the students.
  • Cardiff Met Sanctuary Award provides a scholarship opportunity for students who are seeking sanctuary in the UK and wish to study a postgraduate programme.

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Scholarships

Scholarships

Cardiff Metropolitan University believes all students deserve the opportunity to enhance their career prospects, irrespective of their financial situation. All international students paying the full fee are automatically eligible and considered for the university’s scholarships.

The university offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships to support international students, including:

  • Undergraduate Scholarship worth GBP 1,200.
  • MBA Scholarship based on academic and/or professional work experience, which amounts to about GBP 1,500.
  • The Vice Chancellor Scholarship of GBP 1,500 is awarded to a number of the Master of Arts and Master of Science programmes, based on the academic merits and/or work experience of the students.
  • Cardiff Met Sanctuary Award provides a scholarship opportunity for students who are seeking sanctuary in the UK and wish to study a postgraduate programme.

The university also offers regional and country specific scholarships to support students further.The university also offers regional and country specific scholarships to support students further.

Students from South East Asia can also access the Cardiff Met South East Asia Scholarship. Awarded to the highest scoring applicants, this scholarship offer a 50 percent discount across any taught undergraduate or postgraduate programmes which start in September 2020.

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Scholarships

Scholarships

Cardiff Metropolitan University believes all students deserve the opportunity to enhance their career prospects, irrespective of their financial situation. All international students paying the full fee are automatically eligible and considered for the university's scholarships.

The university offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships to support international students, including:

  • Undergraduate Scholarship worth GBP 1,200.
  • MBA Scholarship based on academic and/or professional work experience, which amounts to about GBP 1,500.
  • The Vice Chancellor Scholarship of GBP 1,500 is awarded to a number of the Master of Arts and Master of Science programmes, based on the academic merits and/or work experience of the students.
  • Cardiff Met Sanctuary Award provides a scholarship opportunity for students who are seeking sanctuary in the UK and wish to study a postgraduate programme.

The university also offers regional and country specific scholarships to support students further. The university also offers regional and country specific scholarships to support students further.

Students from South East Asia can also access the Cardiff Met South East Asia Scholarship. Awarded to the highest scoring applicants, this scholarship offer a 50 percent discount across any taught undergraduate or postgraduate programmes which start in September 2020.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Cardiff Met offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships for international students.

International students are automatically assessed for scholarship awards, so they won't need to submit a separate application. Scholarship awards will be mentioned in student's offer letters from the university.

Scholarship options include:

  • Alumni scholarship: 25 per cent discount on course fees given to postgraduate students who have studied an undergraduate course at Cardiff Met.
  • Cardiff Met Sanctuary award: Scholarship for postgraduate students seeking UK sanctuary.
  • Global Wales postgraduate scholarship: GBP 10,000 for eligible masters' students from India, Vietnam, USA and the EU.
  • MBA scholarship – GBP 1,000 to MBA students based on academic and/or professional achievements.
  • South East Asia scholarship – 50 per cent off tuition fees for students from South East Asia.
  • Undergraduate scholarship – awards GBP 1,000 to eligible students.
  • Vice chancellor scholarship – GBP 1,500 to eligible MA and MSc students.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Cardiff Met University believes that employability means developing students to be able manage their own career path, making a positive contribution to the economy and society. The university works in partnership with the students to install the Cardiff Met EDGE. The EDGE is a series of Ethical, Digital, Global and Entrepreneurial skills designed to enhance student’s confidence, resilience and experiences to prepare them for life after university and the transition into employment.

The university offers high quality courses that have strong links with industry, and gives the opportunity for students to gain meaningful work experience. There are also extensive opportunities for personal and career development.

With the help of the Careers Service, and the institutions focus on employability and graduate opportunities, 95% of Cardiff Metropolitan graduates enter employment or further study within six months of graduation, according to the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey in 2016.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Cardiff Met University believes that employability means developing students to be able manage their own career path, making a positive contribution to the economy and society. The university works in partnership with the students to install the Cardiff Met EDGE. The EDGE is a series of Ethical, Digital, Global and Entrepreneurial skills designed to enhance student’s confidence, resilience and experiences to prepare them for life after university and the transition into employment.

The university offers high quality courses that have strong links with industry, and gives the opportunity for students to gain meaningful work experience. There are also extensive opportunities for personal and career development.

With the help of the Careers Service, and the institutions focus on employability and graduate opportunities, 95% of Cardiff Metropolitan graduates enter employment or further study within six months of graduation, according to the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey in 2016.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Cardiff Met University believes that employability means developing students to be able manage their own career path, making a positive contribution to the economy and society. The university works in partnership with the students to install the Cardiff Met EDGE. The EDGE is a series of Ethical, Digital, Global and Entrepreneurial skills designed to enhance student's confidence, resilience and experiences to prepare them for life after university and the transition into employment.

The university offers high quality courses that have strong links with industry, and gives the opportunity for students to gain meaningful work experience. There are also extensive opportunities for personal and career development.

With the help of the Careers Service, and the institutions focus on employability and graduate opportunities, 95% of Cardiff Metropolitan graduates enter employment or further study within six months of graduation, according to the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey in 2016.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Cardiff Met has an impressive employment rate, with 95 per cent of students in full-time employment or further study within six months of graduating.

The university's practical and professionally focused courses prepare students for real work environments. It provides extensive opportunities for personal and career development, including collaborations with industry experts, as well as work experience and industry placements.

Working in partnership with students to develop their employability, the university's careers service, provide individual consultations. Its expert team also create and develop career plans, find work placements, and run networking events including careers fairs and workshops.

Cardiff Met has strong industry links across its academic schools, and it was recently ranked number one in the UK for employability and work experience.

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