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Progression into Cardiff Business School

Students who obtain a merit on the IFP (50%) can automatically progress into Cardiff Business School.

Cardiff Business School offers a wide range of module subjects in each degree scheme, allowing you to tailor your degree as it progresses to suit your own specific interests. The degree schemes are all vocationally relevant and give students the best preparation for finding challenging and rewarding employment. Teaching incorporates both practical and theoretical examples and aims to provoke debate and independent thinking among students.

Here is a list of the Undergraduate programmes on offer for you to chose:

A range of joint honours options are also available to suitably qualified students.

Information about Cardiff Business School

Cardiff Business School is one of the UK's largest and most successful business schools and is regularly placed in the top 10 of the 100 or so business schools in the country.

Staff at the School come from 28 countries and often have direct experience of working within industries and commerce outside the UK. The School’s alumni come from 120 countries and there are currently 60 countries represented within the School’s student body. The School ensures that an international perspective is incorporated into the teaching at the School, helping to equip students for a dynamic, global business environment.

Cardiff Business School was ranked 4th from over 90 Business Schools in the UK government’s most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE). In addition, more than 550 research publications a year are produced by the School. The research produced by the School directly informs the programmes it delivers, giving our graduates a cutting-edge insight into the business world. There is a long tradition of providing high quality teaching to which the faculty contribute both theoretical knowledge and practical experience. In the latest Teaching Quality Assessment, teaching at the School was assessed as ‘Excellent’.

The School’s programmes are flexible. If you choose a degree programme and later discover that another programme would be better suited to your needs and ambitions, you may be able to change programme, right up until the start of the second year of your studies.

To find out more please visit the Cardiff Business School website.

University RAE Result 2008
London Business School 3.35
Imperial College London 3.20
University of Cambridge 3.05
Cardiff University 3.00
University of Warwick 2.95
Lancaster University 2.95
London School of Economics and Political Science 2.95
University of Bath 2.95
University of Oxford 2.95
King’s College London 2.95

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International Foundation Programme