Representatives from the International Office visit Brazil regularly throughout the year. Details of our next visit will appear here shortly.
For further information regarding our visits please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have completed High School in Brazil you will usually need to undertake a foundation course before you can be admitted to an undergraduate programme at Cardiff.
Cardiff University will consider students with good grades in the GCE A-level examinations or the International Baccalaureate for entry onto our undergraduate programmes.
You will usually need to have completed a relevant first degree with a good GPA score. Evidence of research skills are required to undertake a PhD programme.
A relevant English language qualification is also required — normally a minimum of 6.5 IELTS, however, this may vary from course to course.
If you are unsure of your qualifications or entry requirements please contact the International Office.
Course Title: BA Journalism Media and Cultural Studies
Year of Graduation: 2015
Alejandro comes from Columbia and is in his final year of Journalism Media and Cultural Studies. Once he graduates he would like to get a Masters and continue studying in the UK. Eventually, Alejandro would like to work in the Digital Media and Marketing field.
As a Student at Cardiff University
Why did you choose Cardiff?
I had visited Cardiff before and I loved how beautiful and calm it was. I found it really interesting and convenient. As a student, money is a struggle, and Cardiff is one most affordable cities in the UK. Also, being a capital, you will find anything you need only 10 minutes away from you regardless of your location.
Tell us about your course. How is it different to classes back home?
I think that the classes are less formal than in other countries, which makes studying and learning a lot more relaxing and fun. A friendly environment is extremely important in your life, especially when it comes to study.
What you have enjoyed most about studying at Cardiff University?
As I mentioned before, the environment is relaxing and fun, the staff are great and the university is one of the best in the UK. It makes you feel lucky to be a student here.
Life in Cardiff
What is the best thing about living in Cardiff?
I really enjoy being in a community of students. Cathay's is an amazing place because it is easy to meet friends to study and go to lectures. I think that the social aspect of the University has been my favourite.
Are you a member of any clubs and/or societies? What’s it like to be part of a society?
I am not part of any society, although I have participated in several events run by different university societies.
How has the University supported you during your time here?
It is great to know that the university has such helpful staff. As an international student, I am really thankful to the International office and student services because they have always helped me with queries in the past. Overall, the staff and the university in general have created a great place to live and study, I know I’m in a good place and I feel comfortable being part of this great community.
What would be your advice for prospective students thinking about coming to Cardiff?
You are lucky to be in such a great community and you have a lot of things to do all the time. Make sure to stay busy and try everything Cardiff and the university have to offer.
What are your plans for the future?
I am expecting to get a Masters and continue with my studies in the UK. Eventually, I would like to get a job in Digital Media and Marketing. I am confident that everything that I have learnt in Cardiff will be really valuable in the future. Let’s hope for the best.
I have also got a photography website, check it out https://alejandro-faini.squarespace.com
The environment is relaxing and fun, the staff are great and the University is one of the best in the UK.
For the academic year 2014-15, Cardiff University’s School of Modern Languages is offering 2 competitive full-fee scholarships for Home and EU students (and an equivalent contribution towards fees for International students), each worth £5,730 (pro rata part time). The scholarships are available to students wishing to study on one of the School’s Taught Masters Programmes.
Applicants from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rice, Uruguay, Venezuela, Spain and Portugal are eligible for funding. Students who are citizens of the listed countries but are currently studying at a British University may also apply.
In 2014-15 we will be offering the following taught Master’s Degrees which are eligible for scholarship funding:
- MA European Studies
- MA Translation Studies
Application process and deadlines
Please note you will not be eligible for funding until you are in receipt of an offer to study at Cardiff University. The How to Apply page contains information on entry requirements and the application process.
To apply please complete a Santander Universities Scholarship application form and return before the 1st September 2014 to:
Cardiff School of Modern Languages
Admissions: Vicky Ucele
Telephone: +44(0)29 2087 4885