Cardiff seems to have it all: grand civic architecture in a breezy waterside location, super-smart city bars and venues just a short hop from lovely countryside. The university is as confident and forward-looking as the city it’s located in, and has an excellent reputation for the quality of its teaching and research. Almost 60% of its research is ranked as world-leading and it is a member of the Russell group of leading research universities. There are more than 28,000 students, including more than 3,000 from over 100 countries outside the UK, helping to create a vibrant, cosmopolitan community.
The graduate employment record is strong, with about 94% of Cardiff graduates entering employment or professional training/postgraduate study shortly after graduating. The university has approximately 300 undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses that are accredited by more than 50 professional bodies.
The university offer full time programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in an array of subject areas including:
- Accounting, Business & Finance, Archaeology, Architecture, Biology
- Chemistry, Computing & IT, Dentistry, Earth Sciences, Economics
- Education, Engineering, Geography, Health and Medicine
- History, Law, Management, Marketing, Mathematics
- Nursing, Pharmacology, Philosophy, Physics, Politics, Psychology
This institution also offer PHD’s, though please contact NAS Education to discuss your requirements. Please have a drafted proposal to hand when calling.
There are an array of scholarships available to students who fulfill a certain criteria set-out by various scholarship funds, but it can be so confusing? Which is the best one to apply for? .
Scholarships can be provided by various sources including:
- Local Governments
- Foreign Governments
- Other Private Funds.
To find out more information about the best scholarship for you, please contact us for up to date information. In the interim we have provided you with scholarship links for your perusal.
The nearest airport to the main campus is Cardiff (KLM) or London Heathrow/Gatwick.
According to Wikipedia, industries local to this institution include:
- Public Administration
RANDOM FACT: Although Cardiff is the UK’s 10th largest city, with a population of about 346,000, it is one of the smallest European capitals. It became the capital in 1955, making it one of the newest capital cities.
The best way to reach out to any institution is through social media by contacting current students and alumni. Whilst NAS Education are more than happy to introduce you to other students that have applied from Malaysia, we have collated these links to help you along.