Cardiff Metropolitan University is located in Wales and was established in 1865. It gained its official university status in 1996 and today boasts a league table ranking of 79.
The University has five schools with over 13,000 students enrolled on a range of academic courses, such as creative writing and media, economics, health and social care and psychology.
The five schools are:
- School of Art and Design
- School of Education
- School of Health Sciences
- School of Management
- School of Sport
The student union at Cardiff Metropolitan University features advice and support, bars and shops, as well as societies and clubs to enhance your experience at university. Societies include sign language, gaming, dance, drama, religion and illustration.
Sports facilities are first class at Cardiff Metropolitan University with clubs like football, rugby and basketball on offer. You can expect to find a sports hall, swimming pool, dance studio, fitness centre, squash courts, tennis centre and outdoor track available for students to use on campus.
The University has almost 1,000 rooms available for first year undergraduates, with 750 en-suite bedrooms in halls of residence. Prices vary from £98 per week for a single, en-suite self-catered accommodation to £148.50 per week for a single catered en-suite study bedroom.