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Why Cardiff?

Posted on 11 March 2019 by Phoebe

When in my first year of sixth form, we had lots of talks about what to do next, how to find your perfect university and were encouraged to look round as many as possible. Coming from Guernsey, choosing a Uni seemed like quite a big decision as I knew I would not come home for
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The Rugby Six Nations is almost here…

Posted on 30 January 2019 by Ellie

With the annual rugby Six Nations just days away, I thought it would be a good idea to delve into what exactly Cardiff is like on one of its epic game days. Anyone from Cardiff will tell you just how major rugby is in Wales’ capital. People everywhere, chanting everywhere, beer everywhere. It is certainly
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Why You Should Join A Society

Posted on 27 August 2018 by Gee

Coming to University can be a very overwhelming experience because there are just so many things to think about and do. I can imagine right now everyone is worrying about whether or not they have bought everything they need for September and are nervous about making friends. But that is just the least of it.
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Top 15 First Year Advice

Posted on 17 May 2018 by Ellie

As my first year at Cardiff University draws to a close, I am left pondering what I have learnt and what I would change. However, what I can say is that year one of uni has been incredible and exceeded all of my expectations. I have not only made great friends and memories but I
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Ionawr trwm fel Meddyg ym Mhrifysgol Caerdydd

Posted on 1 February 2016 by Leo

Ionawr brysur! Mae o wedi fod yn Ionawr eithaf prysur iddy fi. Mi wnaeth y tymor prifysgol gorffen yn braf iawn ag mae diwedd y tymor Dolig yn wastad yn llawer o hwyl yn y brifysgol. Roedd uchafbwyntiau yn cynnwys crol dolig y Gym gym, cinio nadolig rygbi ag wrth gwrs cinio Nadolig efo ffrindiau.
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Playing netball at Cardiff University!

Posted on 24 October 2012 by Freya

Hello once again! So now it’s week 4, so the realisation of being in third year is really hitting home, I mean, I’ve got a reading week which starts at the end of next week which means a) the term in officially half way through, and b) I’m expected to have made some decent progress
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