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With over 7,000 international students from more than 100 countries you’ll be part of a vibrant community that celebrates its diverse culture.

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The beauty of your brain and how to see it

​“Your existence, your personality, everything you do, everything you think, everything you’ve done—it’s all there in that few litres of stuff.”

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Welsh Government master’s funding for 2018/19

Tuition fee discount of £3,400 for eligible Welsh and EU students starting a master’s degree in September 2018.

Artist's impression of a large lecture theatre within the new building. Study

We're moving to an exciting new city centre location alongside BBC Cymru Wales to build stronger industry links and boost student employability.

Artist's impression of a large lecture theatre within the new building. Study

We're moving to an exciting new city centre location alongside BBC Cymru Wales to build stronger industry links and boost student employability.

Some of my lecturers were some of the most interesting people I have ever met, and the friends I made at Cardiff University will be with me for life.

Alice Gray (BSc 2013)
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Public lecture: LIGO and the detection of gravitational waves

Come and join us to hear Nobel laureate Professor Barry Barish talk about the amazing hunt for gravitational waves.

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Widening access to medicine

Our medical students have introduced a scheme to support local school pupils who dream of becoming a doctor.

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Academics at the forefront of research into Brexit

Our academics are playing a pivotal role in assessing the impact of Brexit.

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Stress in early life - the impact on mental illness

Children who are under constant stress can have damaging and irreversible effects that persist throughout adulthood.

Lewis Oliva training on his racing bike at the Newport Velodrome Study

Shifting perspectives in sport

Commonwealth Games silver medallist Lewis Oliva talks about how his cycling has changed since starting his medicine degree.