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29 October 2013
Cardiff University has a community of 28,000 students from more than 120 countries. Some students are supported in their studies by a scholarship awards; either from the University itself or external scholarships, including leading international organisations or charities.
To welcome our International Scholarship students to Cardiff and the University, a reception was held at the picturesque Aberdare Hall, built in 1883. The event was an opportunity to celebrate and recognise the importance that scholarships have played in welcoming students from around the world to study at Cardiff. Students were also able to meet each other, make friends and share their stories and experiences.
Here are some of our students telling their own story about what their Scholarship means to them and how they are finding the Cardiff student experience. To find out more about Cardiff University scholarships, click here and for international students considering coming to Cardiff, please visit our International pages.
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Mary Atta Boateng is from Ghana and is studying an MSc in Geography. She is recipient of the Cardiff University Postgraduate Taught International Scholarship Full Tuition Fee Award.
Masudal Huq is from Bangladesh and received the Cardiff University Undergraduate International Scholarship Full Tuition Fee Award. He is currently studying for a Law degree.
Craig Gonzales is originally from Texas but has been living in Bangkok for the last five years. He is studying Computer Science with the Cardiff University Postgraduate Taught International Scholarship Full Tuition Fee Award.
Nerys Rudder from Barbados is in her final year of a 2 year Master's Degree in Conservation Practice at the School of History, Archaeology and Religion. She was able to offer some useful advice for the new scholarship students.
Shindy Je is from Indonesia and is studying Optometry. She received the Cardiff University Overseas Research Scholarship.
Sorabh Singhal is from India and is studying Engineering. He received the Cardiff University Postgraduate Taught International Scholarship Full Tuition Fee Award.
Peter Doubleday is from Maine in the USA and is a Fulbright Scholar. He is studying Cancer and Genetics at the School of Medicine.
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