Cardiff University

Cardiff University

Cardiff , United Kingdom
  • 85
    Acceptance Rate
  • 118
    Available Programs
  • 31935
  • 17000
    Average Cost
  • 95.7
    Employment Rate
  • Permit


Cardiff University has students from more than 100 countries. 

Levels of student satisfaction are consistently high, the 2016 National Student Survey found that 87% of students were satisfied with their student experience. 

The quality and impact of Cardiff's research has led to a meteoric rise in the Research Excellence Framework (REF), pushing it into the UK's top 5 universities. It is also ranked as the 2nd university nationally based on the impact of its research which tackles major challenges facing society, the economy and the environment.

Entry requirements


You will be required to have a high school certificate with grades of at least 4.0/5.0 in addition to a recognised one year International Foundation Programme to qualify for our undergraduate courses.

Some Schools will consider successful completion of at least one year of a relevant four year honour's degree programme (with high grades in key subject areas) at a recognised institution.


You will be required to have a relevant four year Bachelor's degree from a recognised institution, with grades of approximately 80% or above to be considered for our postgraduate taught courses.

If your bachelor's degree is marked out of a GPA of 5.0, you will be required to have an average of at least 4.0.

Also, you must prove your English level if it is not your native language. Grades may vary for different programmes.

Scholarship & funding

Cardiff university offers a range of highly prestigious international scholarships designed to attract and reward the best students. For more information


Student life

This video shows 'A day in the life' at Cardiff University.