Some of our taught postgraduate programmes have a different application process.
Find out more about applying and where to get further information.
Applications for the Bar Professional Training Course must be made via the Bar Student Application Service (BarSAS).
Find out how to apply and get the annual application deadlines on the Bar Student Application Service website.
Applications for the full-time Graduate Diploma in Law must be made via the Central Applications Board website.
For the part-time Graduate Diploma in Law, applications have to be submitted via our online application service.
Applications for the full-time Legal Practice Course must be made via the Central Applications Board website.
For the part-time Legal Practice Course, applications have to be submitted via our online application service.
Applications for the MA in Social Work must be made through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) through their website or by telephoning 0371 468 0468.
Although this is a postgraduate programme, when applying through UCAS you will need to apply through their undergraduate application system. When applying you will need the following information:
Institution code: C15
Course code: L508
Campus code: -
Institution code name: CARDF
Short form of course: MA/SW
The application form should include details of the essential qualifications, as well as a considered personal statement that demonstrates how the candidate has gained an understanding of social care and social work through their experience.
Candidates could also address their self-motivation in study, analytical skills and critical reasoning in their statement. An academic or practice related reference should also be included.
This application documentation should be submitted by 15 January and will form the basis of the decision whether or not to call for interview.
Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed in person in Cardiff.
Applications for Clinical Psychology have to be submitted through the Clearing House for Postgraduate Courses in Clinical Psychology.