Meet the Co-ordinating Lecturers and Enrol
Come along to our Open Days!
Wednesday 10th September - 12pm to 2pm & 5pm to 7pm
Saturday 13th September - 11am to 1pm
At the Cyber Cafe, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff CF24 4AG
If you need any advice before enrolling on a course, come along to one of our Open Days. A Co-ordinating Lecturer or tutor will be on hand to help you. Whether you need guidance about the language level you should be taking or you have a query about course content or nature of assessment, we want to help.
You will also be able to find out about our Pathways. Our Co-ordinators will be on hand to offer advice on funding, enrolment and support available to fulfil your ambition to study a degree at Cardiff University.
Our Open Days are held in the Cyber Cafe at the Centre and have an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Also, our Reception will be open to take your enrolment.
This year we are also offering FREE Computer Taster Sessions on our Open Days. Please click here to find out more.
We look forward to meeting you!
We are pleased to offer an exciting range of Humanities courses designed to fire your imagination. View our Creative Writing, Historical Studies, Music and Philosophy courses.
Our language courses are wide-ranging, covering a spectrum of languages spoken around the world, including Spanish, French, Chinese, Arabic, German, Italian, Japanese and many others (including Public Service Interpreting).
The courses developed for Business and Management Studies reflect the needs of people working in a dynamic and changing environment, and the needs of employers to have skilled workers.
If you have very little knowledge of computing, our courses should give you a sound foundation in varied and interesting areas. Databases, Programming, Web Design and Scripting.
Exploring the Past has been developed to help you realise your ambition to study history, ancient history, archaeology or religion at degree level in Cardiff University.
Our Law courses meet an increased public desire to understand and to challenge how we are governed, and who in our society constructs the regulations and rules by which we lead our every day lives.
Up to 40 FREE short courses deliver attractive and flexible learning opportunities, designed to help support community-based students progress to the next stage, whether that is work, college or university.
A pathway which leads to an undergraduate degree from the School of English, Communication and Philosophy at Cardiff University.
Would you like to study towards a degree in BSc Business Management (BSc),Accounting (Bsc) or Accounting and Finance (BSc) at Cardiff Business School?
Science is part of the fabric of our society, and the ability to question and understand how things behave is very much a part of what makes us human.