Cardiff University

Education in England

Cardiff University is a public university located in Cardiff, Wales, UK. The university was founded in 1883 and is the third oldest university in Wales. This university is part of the elite composition of the Russell Group and is ranked in the top 15 best universities in the UK. Education in England has many advantages, which about we will tell you in this article.

Russel Group is an association of the most elite research universities in the UK, which also includes Cambridge and Oxford. Their graduates hold 61% of all UK jobs requiring tertiary education, despite the fact that they represent only 17% of all tertiary graduates. Russell Group members award 60% of all doctoral degrees obtained in the United Kingdom.

Cardiff University was ranked 159th in the QS World University Rankings (2021) and 20th in the US News National Rankings.

At the moment, over 33 thousand students study at the university, being one of the 10 largest universities in the UK.

The campus of the university is located in the center of Cardiff, the capital of Wales, near the central square of the city.

Interesting University of Birmingham Facts:

  • Among the graduates of the university there are 2 Nobel laureates in the fields of medicine and chemistry. Moreover, they are currently staff members of Cardiff University.
  • President of the European Commission Roy Jenkins, Prime Minister of Jordan Faisala Al-Fayez and Oscar nominee for the best documentary Tim Hetherington and a number of other famous personalities from various fields are graduates of this university.
  • Student satisfaction is consistently high. A 2016 National Student Survey found that 87% of students were satisfied with their student experience.
  • University graduates are among the most sought-after employers, 94.1% find a job or continue to study for six months after graduation.
  • QS (Top Universities) ranked Cardiff in the top 50 of its subject rankings in communications and media, psychology and architecture. QS has also ranked Cardiff-offered courses in its Top 100 Programs in Pharmacy, English Literature, Geography, Accounting and Finance and Sports.
  • Engineering programs offered by Cardiff are quite popular in the UK. In the Complete University Guide, since 2017, its Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronics and Mechanical Engineering programs have been listed among the top 50 courses in the UK for five consecutive years. Likewise, The Guardian has also placed Cardiff programs in civil engineering and mechanical engineering, as well as electronic and electrical engineering. ranked among the 50 best programs in the UK.

Cost of education

Prices are quoted in the local currency of the United Kingdom (GBP – Pound Sterling).

  Foundation Undergraduate Master’s
Per year £19740-£21240 £21240 £23580

* the university reserves the sole right to change the prices for training programs.

Also, this university is ready to provide a scholarship starting from 20% of the annual cost of training for Universe Group students who registered 6 months before the start of their studies.

For more detailed information about the cost of programs, grants and discounts, please contact the office of Universe Group.

One of the great advantages of education in England for bachelors is the ability to graduate from a university in 3 academic years, while a master’s degree lasts 1 year. This saves a lot of money and time for young ambitious students. Cardiff University also provides Foundation, Pre-Master’s and language courses.

Recruitment is carried out 3 times a year: September, January and June.

Foundation Undergraduate Master’s
IELTS 5.5 with no band lower 5.5 IELTS 6.0 with no band lower 5.5 IELTS 7.0 with no band lower 5.5

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Faculties

Cardiff University has more than 250 different directions, for more information contact the Universe Group office or follow the link to the official website of the university (https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/)

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