CARDIFF METROPOLITIAN UNIVERSITY

United Kingdom, Wales

Cardiff Metropolitan University, formerly known as University of Wales Institute is located in Cardiff, city of football club and most cost-effective student cities. Cardiff Metropolitan University traces its origins back to 1865, incipient as an Art's school. In Cardiff, Wales, the university has three campuses – Llandaff campus, Cyncoed campus and Plas Gwyn Residential campus. The University is set up into 5 distinctive schools and has more than 33190 students, with over quarter international students from 143 nations. All the University’s schools specialize in programs that are career orientated and have been designed in concurrence with Business and Industry training and it consists academic school like Cardiff School of Art & Design, Cardiff School of Education & Social Policy, Cardiff School of Management, Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences and Cardiff School of Technologies.

Campus Life

The main Dynamic campus is located right on the fringe of the cosmopolitan city of Bath. It provides superb sporting, social and cultural opportunities. Bath offers a wide range of courses to choose from, and 2 /3 of the University's courses have achieved position in the top 10 Universities nationwide. It offers both specific and collective courses, as well as placements and study abroad opportunities, that manifests that the University has numerous choices for the students. The university emphasizes on evolving its students for the world of work and is located on one of the intact campus sites in the UK, with a stone throw away to all facilities.

Noted Alumni

The former students that have gone to achieve great position in Academic, Business, Arts and Sports are Professor Douglas G. Altman, Tony Kendle Ash Atalla, Natalie Down and Simon Willison, David Bull CBE , Kelly Gallagher MBE .