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Stands will be open all day - You don’t need an appointment, but areas may be busy at peak times.
where? Room 0.53, off Main Building Reception Area
Staff from the Student Support Service will be on-hand to give advice on surviving student life. You can get expert guidance on queries about fees and loans, provision for disabled students, and any other support issues.
where? Main Building Reception Area
What careers are popular with the courses you have in mind and how can we help you find employment after graduation?
Information on the graduate destinations for each academic school will be available on the stand on the day. You can also access the 'Where Did They Go?' statistics by clicking here.
Staff from the University’s Admissions Service will be available to answer your queries regarding application procedures and gaining entry to the University.
where? Room 0.52, off Main Building Reception
Pick up information about our student residences and find out more about the range of options available at our Residences stand. A selection of university residences are open to view on Open Day. In addition, the Living in Cardiff University Residences DVD will also be shown.
Are you returning to learning after some time away from full-time education? Staff from the Centre for Lifelong Learning are available in Room to provide information for mature students. This includes opportunities to question current mature students and meet others in similar situations.
Visit the Information Services stand to learn more about the innovative technology available at Cardiff, and to discover that our libraries are about much more than just books! Information Services staff are on hand to answer your questions about the IT and library-based learning support facilities at Cardiff, and the other services that we provide.
Cardiff is a thriving capital city which is widely recognised as an outstanding place in which to live and study. Come and chat to current students to find out more about what student life is like in one of the UK’s most vibrant cities.
If you have any burning questions about what life is really like at Cardiff, then head over to ask our students. They will be available allday to answer your questions about anything related to student life - they will be happy to help.
where? Sir Martin Evans Building
The Heath Park Campus is home to five of the University’s academic schools including Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing and Midwifery and Healthcare Studies. The site is shared with the University Hospital of Wales, one of the largest in the UK. Come and learn about recent developments and speak to current Heath Park Campus students.
when? 10.00am - 3.00pmwhere? Great Hall, Students’ Union
Erasmus is a scheme in which Cardiff students can study or work abroad at our partner institutions in Europe. Cardiff University has exchange partners across 27 EU countries through the Erasmus programme. There are also opportunities to study at some of the world’s top-ranked international universities in countries such as the USA, Canada and Australia. Staff will be on hand to provide information about these programmes, including issues such as fees and funding and to advise international students about applying to Cardiff University.
Come and find out more about what is on offer to Welsh speakers and learners. You can find out what modules are taught through the medium of Welsh in a variety of different subjects and about the range of scholarships available at Cardiff University for you.
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