General information
Finance type Nonprofit
Organization type Public
Established
Abbreviation CU
Teachers 2,566
Students 22,230
Foreigners 26%
Religion None
Academic calendar Semesters
Gender limitation No limits
Colors Black and red
Campus type Urban
Housing Available
Financial aid Available
Distance learning Available
Exchange programs Available
Library Available
Motto
Truth Unity and Harmony
Accreditation
• Privy Council
Affiliations
• Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)
• European University Association (EUA)
• The Russell Group
• Universities UK
Rankings
World ranking132
Country ranking20
Academic Reputation169
Employer Reputation139
Quality of teaching203
International Faculty202
International Students117
Citations per Faculty275
Ranking in world by sphere
Arts and Humanities167
Engineering and Technology176
Life Sciences and Medicine100
Natural Science188
Social Sciences and Management102
Ranking in world by discipline
Chemistry151
Computer Science151
Cost of living in Cardiff, USD/month
ExpensesMin.Med.
Accommodation $227 $292
Food $176 $371
Transportation $44 $187
Communications and utilities $67 $88
Clothing $18 $72
Sports and leisure $18 $64
Accommodation in Cardiff, USD/month
Shared room outside of centre$227
Shared room in city centre$292
1 bedroom apartment outside of centre$452
1 bedroom apartment in city centre$597
International rankings
UniPage World University Ranking132
QS World University Rankings122
ARWU Academic Ranking151
Webometrics Ranking326
Alternative title
Russian Университет Кардиффа
Spanish Universidad de Cardiff
Chinese 卡迪夫大学
Arabic جامعة كارديف
French Université de Cardiff
German Cardiff University
Japanese カーディフ大学
Korean 카디프대학교
Portuguese Universidade de Cardiff
cy Prifysgol Caerdydd
Cardiff University or Prifysgol Caerdydd (CU) - public higher education institution in United Kingdom.

Cardiff University - Description

Cardiff University is an ambitious and innovative university with a bold and strategic vision located in a beautiful and thriving capital city. Our world-leading research was ranked 5th amongst UK universities in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework for quality and 2nd for impact. Cardiff University is committed to providing an educationally outstanding experience for our students and to recruiting students from all strata of society. Our global community, reputation and partnerships are at the heart of our identity. Our ambition is to form tightly knit collaborations with international universities in order to promote research, share best practice in teaching and management, and establish our position as a global university. Driven by creativity and curiosity, we strive to fulfil our social, cultural and economic obligations to Cardiff, Wales, and the world. Please visit our website for more information about Cardiff University.

Bachelor - Cardiff University

Ranked 15 in the UK and top 1.5% in the world, Cardiff University is recognised in independent government assessments as one of Britain's leading teaching and research universities. Founded in 1883, the University's expertise in research-led teaching encompasses: the humanities; the natural, physical, health, life and social sciences; engineering and technology and vocational courses. According to the latest league table standings, Cardiff is: Top 5 in: Anatomy and Physiology Architecture Business Celtic Studies Civil Engineering Communications and Media Studies Dentistry East and South-East Asia Studies Environmental Studies European Studies Mechanical Engineering Neuroscience Optometry Pharmacy Psychology Sociology Town and Country Planning Top 10 in: Earth Sciences Education English Language and Literature Law Mathematics Nursing Social Policy Sociology Education at Cardiff is informed by world-class research. Cardiff’s honour roll includes: 2 Nobel Prize winners 9 Fellows of the Royal Society 10 fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering 5 Fellows of the British Academy 20 Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences Cardiff graduates are sought after by employers locally and internationally. 93.7% of Cardiff graduates find work or further study 6 months after graduating. Graduate destinations include top private and public sector organisations.

Master - Cardiff University

Ranked 5th in the UK for Research Excellence (REF, 2014) and top 125 Universities in the world (QS World Rankings 2014/2015), Cardiff University is recognised as one of Britain's leading teaching and research universities. Founded in 1883, the University’s breadth of expertise in research and research-led teaching encompasses: the humanities; the natural, physical, health, life and social sciences; engineering and technology. According to the latest league table standings, Cardiff is amongst the world’s elite institutions in 25 of 33 subjects according to QS World University Rankings by subject 2015: Top 50 in:                    Architecture                     Geography                    Psychology     Top 100 in:                    Accounting and Finance                      Business and Management                    Communications and Media Studies                    Pharmacy   Teaching at Cardiff is informed by world-class research. Cardiff’s roll of honour includes: 2 Nobel Prize winners, 12 Fellows of the Royal Society, 11 fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering, 5 Fellows of the British Academy, 22 Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences, 4 Academicians of the Academy of Social Sciences, 5 Queen’s Anniversary Prizes 95% of Cardiff graduates enter employment or professional training/postgraduate study shortly after graduating (HESA Destination of Leavers in Higher Education survey 2012/13). In recent years, substantial investment has been made in the University estate, including the building of a third science and innovation campus. The University has 16 libraries, 25 IT suites and is a wifi-enabled campus. From its central location amidst the parks, Portland-stone buildings and tree-lined avenues that form the city's civic centre, the University's students and staff are drawn from throughout the world, attracted by its international reputation and commitment to innovation and excellence. Cardiff is a member of the Russell Group of Britain's top 24 leading research universities. Many of the University’s degree schemes provide partial or complete exemption from relevant professional examinations and more than forty schemes of study benefit from accreditation and input from professional bodies. More than twenty per cent of Cardiff University students pursue postgraduate study. Unusually, most of the University’s student accommodation is within easy walking distance of lecture theatres, libraries and the Students’ Union, saving our students time and money. A place in one of the University’s 4,700 student rooms is guaranteed to all first-year undergraduates entering through the normal admissions cycle. The vast majority of student residences are single en-suite study bedrooms in self catered flats — and students enjoy some of the lowest rents in the UK, according to a survey by the National Union of Students. Networked computers offering a wealth of software applications are available to every student; there is a dedicated Graduate Centre providing support and facilities for postgraduates.  The University is the largest provider of adult education in Wales, with the Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning providing several hundred courses in venues across South East Wales. The University’s lifelong learning activities also encompass the professional development work carried out by schools for employers, and many of these courses are custom-made to suit an individual company’s needs. The Centre also offers business language training at all levels.

Description of Cardiff University

Cardiff University is recognised in independent government assessments as one of Britain’s leading teaching and research universities and is a member of the Russell Group of the UK’s most research intensive universities. Among its academic staff are two Nobel Laureates, including the winner of the 2007 Nobel Prize for Medicine, University Chancellor Professor Sir Martin Evans. Founded by Royal Charter in 1883, today the University combines impressive modern facilities and a dynamic approach to teaching and research. The University’s breadth of expertise encompasses: the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; the College of Biomedical and Life Sciences; and the College of Physical Sciences, along with a longstanding commitment to lifelong learning. Cardiff's three flagship Research Institutes are offering radical new approaches to neurosciences and mental health, cancer stem cells and sustainable places. From its outstanding central location amidst the parks, Portland-stone buildings and tree-lined avenues that form the city's elegant civic centre, the University's students and staff are drawn from throughout the world, attracted by its international reputation and commitment to innovation and excellence in all areas of activity. Having gained national and international standing, Cardiff University's vision is to be recognised as a world-class university and to achieve the associated benefits for its students, staff and all other stakeholders. The student population is drawn from a variety of backgrounds, with students attracted from throughout Wales, the rest of the UK and world-wide. International students comprise some 18.8 per cent of the total student population. The International Lounge in the Students’ Union provides a state-of-the-art space for international students to study and socialise. Amongst its features are secluded zones providing a relaxed, personal space for students to Skype home. A giant map of the world full of images from students’ homelands is a focal point for the lounge and comes complete with LED lighting which is programmed to sync with the movement of the sun, giving a visual indication of the time in different global regions. Government performance indicators show that our students are more likely to succeed in their studies, with first-year completion rates considerably higher than national averages and also higher than some similar universities. Many of the University’s degree schemes provide partial or complete exemption from relevant professional examinations and more than forty schemes of study benefit from accreditation and input from professional bodies. More than twenty two per cent of Cardiff University students pursue postgraduate study. The University is located in and around the Portland stone buildings, parks and tree-lined avenues that form Cardiff’s magnificent civic centre. In recent years, substantial investment has been made in the University estate, including the expansion of life sciences facilities, the development of a new brain research centre and a new building for Optometry and Vision Sciences. Our Cochrane Building is a flagship health education centre offering students the latest teaching, library and state-of-the-art simulation facilities. It provides facilities for all healthcare schools based on the Heath Park Campus. The University has also invested in a new Maindy Park research campus which will give academics the space and facilities to tackle some of the world’s most important research issues. At the heart of the campus is the Hadyn Ellis Building, a striking £30M landmark development that houses highly advanced facilities for some of the University’s world-leading interdisciplinary scientific teams, including the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute, the Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute, and the MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics. Unusually for a civic university, most of the University’s student residential accommodation is within easy walking distance of lecture theatres, libraries and the students' union, saving our students time and money. A place in one of the University’s 5,360 student rooms is guaranteed to all first-year undergraduates entering through the normal admissions cycle. The vast majority of student residences are single en-suite study bedrooms in self catered flats and students enjoy some of the lowest rents in the UK, according to a survey by the National Union of Students. Networked computers offering a wealth of software applications are available to every student, and there is a dedicated Graduate Centre providing support and facilities for postgraduates additional to those available within their Schools. Importance is attached to ensuring that Cardiff University graduates have the personal and intellectual skills demanded by employers, and this results in very high levels of graduate employment. Figures show that 94 percent of Cardiff graduates are employed, in further education or taking time out six months after graduation. The University is the largest provider of adult education in Wales, with the Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning providing several hundred courses in venues across South East Wales. The University’s lifelong learning activities also encompass the professional development work carried out by schools for employers, and many of these courses are custom-made to suit an individual company’s needs. The Centre for Lifelong Learning also offers business language training at all levels

Programs - Bachelor

Bachelor Accounting
Bachelor Accounting and Economics 
Bachelor Accounting and Finance
Bachelor Accounting and Management 
Bachelor Accounting with A European Language
Bachelor Adult Nursing
Bachelor Ancient and Medieval History
Bachelor Ancient History
Bachelor Ancient History and French
Bachelor Ancient History and German
Bachelor Ancient History and History
Bachelor Ancient History and Italian
Bachelor Ancient History and Philosophy
Bachelor Ancient History and Religious Studies
Bachelor Ancient History and Spanish
Bachelor Ancient History and Welsh
Bachelor Archaeology
Bachelor Archaeology and Ancient History
Bachelor Archaeology and French
Bachelor Archaeology and German
Bachelor Archaeology and History
Bachelor Archaeology and Italian
Bachelor Archaeology and Medieval History
Bachelor Archaeology and Philosophy
Bachelor Archaeology and Religious Studies
Bachelor Archaeology and Welsh
Bachelor Architectural Engineering
Bachelor Architectural Studies 
Bachelor Astrophysics
Bachelor Astrophysics 
Bachelor Banking and Finance
Bachelor Banking and Finance with A European Language
Bachelor Biochemistry
Bachelor Biology
Bachelor Biomedical Science (Anatomy)
Bachelor Biomedical Science (Neuroscience)
Bachelor Biomedical Science (Physiology)
Bachelor Biomedical Science (Standard Route)
Bachelor Biotechnology
Bachelor Business Economics with A European Language
Bachelor Business Economics 
Bachelor Business Information Systems
Bachelor Business Management
Bachelor Business Management with A European Language
Bachelor Business Studies and Japanese
Bachelor Chemistry
Bachelor ChildrenS Nursing 
Bachelor City and Regional Planning
Bachelor Civil and Environmental Engineering
Bachelor Civil Engineering 
Bachelor Clinical Practice
Bachelor Community Practice
Bachelor Computer Science
Bachelor Computer Science with High Performance Computing
Bachelor Computer Science with Security and Forensics
Bachelor Computer Science with Visual Computing
Bachelor Computer Systems Engineering 
Bachelor Computing and Mathematics
Bachelor Conservation of Objects In Museums and Archaeology
Bachelor Criminology
Bachelor Criminology and Education 
Bachelor Criminology and Social Policy
Bachelor Criminology and Sociology 
Bachelor Dental Therapy and Hygiene
Bachelor Dentistry 
Bachelor Earth Science 
Bachelor Ecology
Bachelor Economics
Bachelor Economics and Finance
Bachelor Economics and History
Bachelor Economics and Management Studies
Bachelor Economics and Philosophy
Bachelor Economics and Politics
Bachelor Economics with A European Language
Bachelor Education
Bachelor Education and Social Policy
Bachelor Education and Sociology
Bachelor Education and Welsh
Bachelor Electrical and Electronic Engineering 
Bachelor Electronic and Communication Engineering 
Bachelor English Language
Bachelor English Language and Communication
Bachelor English Language and English Literature
Bachelor English Language and French
Bachelor English Language and German
Bachelor English Language and Italian
Bachelor English Language and Philosophy
Bachelor English Language and Spanish
Bachelor English Language and Welsh
Bachelor English Literature
Bachelor English Literature and Ancient History
Bachelor English Literature and Archaeology
Bachelor English Literature and German
Bachelor English Literature and History
Bachelor English Literature and Music
Bachelor English Literature and Philosophy
Bachelor English Literature and Religious Studies
Bachelor English Literature and Welsh
Bachelor Environmental Geoscience
Bachelor Exploration and Resource Geology
Bachelor French
Bachelor French and Economics
Bachelor French and English Literature
Bachelor French and German
Bachelor French and History
Bachelor French and Italian
Bachelor French and Japanese
Bachelor French and Mathematics
Bachelor French and Music
Bachelor French and Philosophy
Bachelor French and Politics
Bachelor French and Spanish
Bachelor French and Welsh
Bachelor Genetics
Bachelor Geography (Human)
Bachelor Geography (Human) and Planning
Bachelor Geology
Bachelor German
Bachelor German and Economics
Bachelor German and History
Bachelor German and Italian
Bachelor German and Japanese
Bachelor German and Mathematics
Bachelor German and Music
Bachelor German and Politics
Bachelor German and Religious Studies
Bachelor German and Spanish
Bachelor German and Welsh
Bachelor History
Bachelor History and Italian
Bachelor History and Music
Bachelor History and Philosophy
Bachelor History and Religious Studies
Bachelor History and Sociology 
Bachelor History and Spanish
Bachelor History and Welsh
Bachelor History with Welsh History
Bachelor Human Resources
Bachelor Integrated Engineering
Bachelor International Management
Bachelor Italian
Bachelor Italian and Economics
Bachelor Italian and English Literature
Bachelor Italian and Japanese
Bachelor Italian and Music
Bachelor Italian and Philosophy
Bachelor Italian and Politics
Bachelor Italian and Spanish
Bachelor Japanese
Bachelor Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies
Bachelor Journalism, Media and English Literature
Bachelor Law and Criminology 
Bachelor Law and French 
Bachelor Law and German 
Bachelor Law and Politics 
Bachelor Law and Sociology 
Bachelor Law and Welsh
Bachelor Law 
Bachelor Logistics and Operations
Bachelor Marine Geography
Bachelor Marine Geoscience 
Bachelor Marketing
Bachelor Mathematics
Bachelor Mathematics and Its Applications
Bachelor Mathematics and Religious Studies
Bachelor Mathematics and Welsh
Bachelor Mathematics, Operational Research and Statistics
Bachelor Mechanical Engineering 
Bachelor Medical Engineering
Bachelor Medical Pharmacology
Bachelor Medicine 
Bachelor Mental Health Nursing
Bachelor Microbiology
Bachelor Midwifery 
Bachelor Modern History and Politics 
Bachelor Molecular Biology
Bachelor Music
Bachelor Music and Mathematics
Bachelor Music and Philosophy
Bachelor Music and Religious Studies
Bachelor Music and Welsh
Bachelor Occupational Therapy
Bachelor Optometry
Bachelor Pharmacy
Bachelor Philosophy
Bachelor Philosophy and Mathematics
Bachelor Philosophy and Politics
Bachelor Philosophy and Religious Studies
Bachelor Philosophy and Sociology
Bachelor Philosophy and Welsh
Bachelor Physics
Bachelor Physics and Mathematics
Bachelor Physics and Music
Bachelor Physics with Astronomy
Bachelor Physics with Medical Physics
Bachelor Physiotherapy
Bachelor Politics
Bachelor Politics and Religious Studies
Bachelor Politics and Sociology 
Bachelor Politics and Spanish
Bachelor Politics and Welsh
Bachelor Politics, Diploma In Etudes Politiques 
Bachelor Psychology
Bachelor Radiography: Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging
Bachelor Radiotherapy and Oncology
Bachelor Religious and Theological Studies
Bachelor Religious Studies and Italian
Bachelor Religious Studies and Spanish
Bachelor Social Policy and Sociology 
Bachelor Social Science
Bachelor Sociology and Journalism
Bachelor Sociology and Religious Studies
Bachelor Sociology and Welsh
Bachelor Sociology 
Bachelor Software Engineering
Bachelor Spanish
Bachelor Spanish and Economics
Bachelor Spanish and English Literature
Bachelor Spanish and Japanese
Bachelor Spanish and Philosophy
Bachelor Theoretical and Computational Physics
Bachelor Welsh
Bachelor Welsh and Italian
Bachelor Welsh and Religious Studies
Bachelor Welsh and Spanish
Bachelor Zoology

Programs - Master

Master Accounting and Finance
Master Advanced Mechanical Engineering
Master Advanced Practice
Master Advanced Surgical Practice
Master Ageing, Health and Disease
Master Analytic & Modern European Philosophy
Master Ancient and Medieval Warfare
Master Ancient History
Master Applied Behaviour Analysis and Challenging Behaviour 
Master Applied Environmental Geology
Master Applied Linguistics 
Master Archaeology
Master Architectural Studies
Master Architecture: Professional Studies 
Master Asian Religions
Master Bar Professional Training Course
Master Bioinformatics / Genetic Epidemiology and Bioinformatics
Master Biophotonics
Master Building Energy and Environmental Performance Modelling
Master Business Administration (MBA)
Master Canon Law 
Master Care Of  Collections
Master Catalysis
Master Chemical Biology
Master Christian Doctrine 
Master Christian Ethics 
Master Church History 
Master Civil Engineering
Master Clinical Dermatology 
Master Clinical Engineering
Master Clinical Optometry 
Master Clinical Pharmacy 
Master Clinical Research 
Master Colposcopy
Master Community Health Studies
Master Composition 
Master Computer Science
Master Computing
Master Computing with Placement
Master Computing & It Management
Master Conscious Sedation In Dentistry 
Master Conservation Practice
Master Continuing Education and Continuing Professional Development In Optometry and Vision Sciences 
Master Creative Writing
Master Criminology and Criminal Justice
Master Critical and Cultural Theory
Master Critical Care
Master Diabetes 
Master Early Celtic Studies
Master Early Medieval Society and Culture
Master Economics
Master Education
Master Education For Health Professionals 
Master Electrical Energy Systems
Master English Literature
Master Environmental Design Of Buildings
Master Environmental Hydrogeology
Master Equality and Diversity
Master Ethics and Social Philosophy
Master Ethnomusicology
Master European Governance and Public Policy 
Master European Legal Studies 
Master European Neolithic
Master European Studies
Master Finance
Master Financial Economics
Master Forensic Linguistics 
Master Foundation In Primary Care Pain Management 
Master Genetic Counselling
Master Geoenvironmental Engineering
Master Geography, Policy and Practice
Master Governance and Devolution
Master Health Care Sciences 
Master History
Master History and Archaeology of The Greek & Roman World
Master Housing
Master Human Resource Management
Master Human Rights Law 
Master Hydro-Environment Engineering
Master Image Appreciation
Master Implantology 
Master Information Security and Privacy
Master International Commercial Law 
Master International Economics and Public Policy
Master International Economics, Banking and Finance
Master International Journalism
Master International Pharmacoeconomics and Health Economics
Master International Planning and Development
Master International Public Relations and Global Communications Management
Master International Relations 
Master International Transport
Master Islam In Contemporary Britain 
Master Journalism
Master Journalism, Media and Communications
Master Journalism 
Master Language and Communication Research
Master Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
Master Law and Governance of The European Union 
Master Law 
Master Lean Operations
Master Legal and Political Aspects of International Affairs
Master Legal Aspects Of Medical Practice 
Master Legal Practice Course 
Master Lifelong Learning
Master Logistics and Operations Management
Master Managing Care In Perioperative Practice 
Master Marine Policy
Master Master Of Clinical Dentistry
Master Medical Education 
Master Medical Illustration 
Master Medical Toxicology
Master Medical Ultrasound
Master Medieval British Studies 
Master Molecular Modelling
Master Multimedia Systems Communications Engineering
Master Music, Culture and Politics
Master Musicology
Master Neuroimaging Methods & Applications
Master Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy 
Master Neurorehabilitation 
Master Non-Medical Prescribing 
Master Obstetric and / Or Gynaecological Ultrasound
Master Occupational Health (Policy and Practice) 
Master Occupational Therapy 
Master Operational Research and Applied Statistics
Master Operational Research, Applied Statistics and Risk
Master Orthodontics 
Master Orthopaedic Engineering
Master Pain Management
Master Palliative Medicine/Palliative Care 
Master Performance Studies
Master Pharmacy Clinical Practice (Community and Primary Care) 
Master Physical Organic Chemistry
Master Physiotherapy 
Master Planning Practice and Research
Master Planning Practice 
Master Political Communications
Master Political Theory
Master Politics and International Relations + Laureamagistrale 
Master Politics and Public Policy 
Master Positive Approaches To Challenging Behaviour 
Master Post Qualifying Social Work
Master Practical Dermatology 
Master Practical Theology 
Master Professional Conservation
Master Professional Engineering
Master Psychiatry 
Master Psychology 
Master Public Administration 
Master Public Health 
Master Radiographic Reporting 
Master Radiography 
Master Regeneration Studies
Master Religion In Late Antiquity
Master Safeguarding Children 
Master Science, Media and Communication
Master Social Care Law
Master Social Science Research Methods 
Master Social Work
Master Specialist Community Public Health Nursing 
Master Sports Physiotherapy 
Master Strategic Information Systems
Master Strategic Marketing
Master Structural Engineering
Master Surgical Care Practice 
Master Sustainability, Planning and Environmental Policy
Master Sustainable Chemistry
Master Theology: Chaplaincy Studies 
Master Theory and Practice of Sustainable Design
Master Therapeutics 
Master Tissue Engineering 
Master Translation Studies
Master Transport and Planning
Master Urban Design
Master Welsh and Celtic Studies
Master Welsh Government and Politics
Master Welsh History
Master Wireless and Microwave Communication Engineering
Master Wound Healing and Tissue Repair 

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