Oguz Kaan Kısa · June 30, 2021
Cardiff University is a prominent teaching and research university in the United Kingdom. The University has a long and illustrious history, as well as remarkable modern facilities and teaching methods. International students from various nations make up 10,000 of the 30,000 students enrolled.
The social sciences, engineering, law, and broad-based business are among the areas where Cardiff University specializes in research and research-oriented teaching. The Faculty of Journalism, Media, and Cultural Studies is recognized as the "Oxbridge of Journalism" and is highly regarded.
After graduation, 95% of Cardiff University students are employed or continuing further education, with 78 percent of graduates working as postgraduates.
The Overseas Development section provides an introduction and orientation program for international students, which includes a shuttle service from Cardiff and Heathrow airports to their residence.
During the five-day orientation program, students get the chance to learn more about the institution and the city of Cardiff through a variety of activities. Students can meet one other in a calm environment thanks to tour activities that focus on the environment.
Ranked #34 in the Times University Guide 2020
Ranked #38 in the 2020 Guardian University Guide
It is ranked 159th in the 2020 QS World University Rankings.
Cardiff University is the only Welsh university to be included in the QS World University Rankings' top 200 schools. Cardiff University's research quality is ranked 5th in the UK, according to the Research Evaluation Study conducted in 2014. The university excels in the following areas:
- Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience
- Communication, Culture and Media Studies, Library and Information Management
- Educational Sciences
- Health Professions, Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy
- Modern Languages and Linguistics
Cardiff University's 5,100 dorm rooms provide housing for all foreign undergraduate students. The majority of these rooms are singles with their own bathrooms.
The main train and bus stations are 2 kilometers from the Cardiff University campus. The institution is 17 kilometers from Cardiff Airport, and London is a 2-hour train trip away. Cardiff, one of Europe's fastest growing cities, continues to attract students from all over the world because of its affordable living expenses, exciting nightlife, sports activities, and rich culture.