I’ve finished my degree! Which also means I’ve finished three years of being a student at Cardiff University and living in the Welsh capital. After living, studying and partying in Cardiff for the last few years of my life, I’ve learnt so many important lessons. Here are the top 5 things that studying at Cardiff Read more
So, you’ve almost finished your A Levels (congratulations!) and you’ll hopefully be off to university in September. This is an exciting time in your life – be prepared for lots of change, new people and new experiences. But what to do over the long summer that now stretches ahead of you? Celebrate and have fun, Read more
It’s bank holiday weekend! If you’re considering coming to Cardiff University next year, you’re going to want to know all the things you can do in Cardiff to celebrate the long weekend… Relax in the park Cardiff is home to both Bute Park and Roath Park. With both located just a short walk from the Read more
With just two days to go until one of the biggest events of the university year, the excitement is building. Welsh Varsity sees Cardiff University sports clubs and societies take on Swansea University, so you can imagine the competitive spirit it brings out in everyone! If you’re a prospective student (or even a first year Read more
Stuck for which first year accommodation to apply for? At Cardiff University, Talybont is one of the best places to live when you first move away from home. Of course, the university also offers lots of other accommodation (from smaller halls to student houses), however as I have more experience and knowledge of the Talybont Read more
Exams and essay deadlines are fast approaching. We’re half way through the spring semester and the much-needed Easter holidays are almost here! With this in mind, it is important to start to consider whether you’re fully prepared for this year’s revision and essay writing stress. Although many of you have had plenty of experience of Read more
About our Student Bloggers
Our student bloggers are current Cardiff University students, sharing their real-life experiences in their own words.
Each student has their own blog but you can also ask them questions on the Cardiff University Admissions Facebook page.