Open Days – 2014 Entry.
If you're interested in studying an undergraduate course at Cardiff Met from September 2014, then attending one of our Open Days is a must. It's the perfect chance for you to find out more about the course you're interested in, speak to staff and students first-hand and tour our facilities, accommodation and campuses. It also gives you the perfect opportunity to visit Cardiff and explore the city.
We run academic school Open Days throughout the year, which are relevant to your course and your area of interest. Watch our video above to get a taste of what you can expect when you come and visit us.
Please Note: It is essential that you book to attend any of our Open Days. You can do this by registering online, by contacting our Open Day Officer on 029 2041 6042 or email us at email@example.com.
If you're thinking of applying to Cardiff Met for 2014 entry, our Advice for Applicants web pages will guide you through the important steps you need to take. From the key points to consider before making an application, to the steps you'll need to take once you've made your decision.
Click on the image below to find out why you should choose to study with us.
Making the decision to study overseas is not something we feel you'll take lightly. It is important to us that you get the very most of your time if you choose to study with us. At Cardiff Met we pride ourself on the high level of individual support which is given to each and every one of our international students. We have been ranked as the top UK university for overall student satisfaction in the International Student Barometer in 201, 2011, 2012 and 2013*.
Watch our video to hear from current international students about their experiences of studying at Cardiff Met and why Cardiff is such great place to be an international student.
For further information, please click here to visit he International Students web pages.
*ISB survey taken by new students
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