This section of the website will assist you in finding information about Further Study options.
The information includes a number of links to undergraduate study, post graduate and masters, together with specialist areas like teacher training. You will find links to the UCAS website if you are applying for a higher education course.
Information on Undergraduate courses for home, European and International applicants, access course search via UCAS website.
Post Graduate Study
For post-graduate courses, masters and research opportunities visit our Career Links - Further Study
See Graduate Prospects for postgraduate study fairs and information about funding further study.
Applying online to UCAS
You can apply to UCAS independently or through Cardiff Metropolitan University. The UCAS website contains course information, details on how to apply and track your application.
Students on the Foundation Degree in Learning Support can also apply with the support of their tutors. Contact Susan Davis if you would like to apply this way.
Students on other courses should apply through Cardiff Metropolitan University Career Development Services if:
1.Your referee would prefer to send your reference confidentially rather than supplying to you directly. Careers staff will accept the reference, insert it and send the form off for you.
2. You would like Careers staff to support you through the application process.
If you would like to apply through Cardiff Metropolitan University Career Development Services please follow this link for more information.
You should apply independently if none of the circumstances listed above applies to you. You register online and are responsible for ensuring that the form is completed properly and that the reference is added before being submitted. If your referee is willing to give you an open reference, you can simply add it to the application form yourself. If not, you can pass on your login details to them and they can add the reference and send the form off for you. Please note, however, that this will give them full access to your application.
Applications for PGCE are changing for 2014 entry and will be administered through UCAS. Admissions to postgraduate teacher training begin each year on 1 November, you can choose when to apply but it will depend on when your chosen training providers open their programmes.
Funding information for teacher training is available from your LEA and from the Department for Education - Teaching Agency www.education.gov.uk/get-into-teaching
For information on teacher training in Wales (including courses, finance, taster days and events) see Teacher Training and Education in Wales. .
If your current course is not degree level (eg HND, Access or Foundation Degree) you may opt to enter a BA Primary Education course or, in some cases, a BA Secondary Education course. There are several options and you are welcome to discuss these with a Career Adviser. Department for Education - Teaching Agency and Teacher Training and Education in Wales sites provide more detailed information.
University and College websites can be accessed from www.scit.wlv.ac.uk/ukinfo
See right hand links for Student Services student finance pages.
For information on funding further study pick up a free copy of the Prospects Postgraduate Funding Guide.
The Cyncoed Careers Information room holds a small collection of books and publications providing details about Study Opportunities abroad. For more information contact the Careers Information Adviser at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit Graduate Prospect Explore Working and Study Abroad.
For information about Erasmus and Leonardo da Vinci programmes visit the European Commission website for Education and Training