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All of our courses are accredited and have inspired many students to progress with their education including further study at Cardiff University.


CHOICES is Cardiff University’s programme of part-time courses for the general public. It includes a wide range of subjects at a variety of levels from absolute beginners to expert, depending on the topic. All our courses are part-time and most are open to anyone without prior qualifications. Every year more than 4,000 people, from all walks of life and of all ages, study with us.

Pathways to a degree

Pathways to Progression have been developed in conjuction with other schools at the University and are made up of six 10 credit courses. They equivalent to 50% of the first year of a degree and are intended to provide you with basic skills and intellectual preparation for your chosen degree

Unlike A Level or Access routes, the Pathways will be taught and assessed in similar ways to first year undergraduate courses and will provide you with first-hand experience of studying at degree level in a vibrant Higher Education environment. Even better, you don’t need any prior qualifications to get started.

All students who successfully complete a Pathway will automatically qualify for an interview onto either a full-time or part-time degree scheme.

Pathways for Progression: Opening Doors for Adult Learners

The Pathways for Progression project enables adult learners to access undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Cardiff University. Over the past few years Continuing & Professional Education has been collaborating with Academic Schools within the University to develop new Pathways to a degree.

If you require more information, or wish to discuss options, then please contact Dr Nick Jones, Pathways for Progression Co-ordinator:

If you are interested in learning for yourself or a group that you work with please do not hesitate to contact the Learn Local Live Local team on 029 20 870019/870020  or your local Communities First Centre.