The School of Welsh has been highly commended for the academic care it gives to its students.
Throughout your time here in Cardiff, we aim to offer you a friendly, supportive and academically stimulating environment. To help us ensure this, we have developed a wide range of academic and personal support services to provide the help and advice you need to make the most of your time at University. Here, you will find more information about these services.
Online Learning Resources
Useful links to online learning resources:
Blackboard (Virtual Learning Environment): Cardiff University's e-Education platform designed to provide a powerful environment for your educational experience.
Voyager Library Catalogue: Search the Catalogue, View your Library Account, find information about Reservations, and use the Electronic Resources.
MWE (Modern Working Environment): Access to your University email, instant messaging (IM), search, news feeds, relevant applications, links to external content and electronic resources. Access is available from anywhere in the world, at anytime.
SIMS Student Information Management System.
Electronic Resources: To support your study or research, Information Services provides a large and varied collection of electronic resources.
Undergraduate Module Catalogue [159 KB]: The School's own downloadable module catalogue.
As a student of Cardiff University, you have access to a wide range of student support services:
Student Support Centre: Advice and support on personal, academic and financial matters.
Counselling Service: A confidential counselling service.
Disability & Dyslexia Service: Advice and practical assistance on disability and dyslexia.
Day Care Centre: Creche service available for students with children.
Student Health Centre: A health service to supplement that provided by your own doctor.
Graduate Centre: Facilities and activities specifically aimed at the University's Postgraduate Students.
Sport & Exercise: Find out about sports facilities run by the University and available to students, and information about fitness classes and services.
Students' Union: Run by students, for students, the Union seeks to enhance the student experience by providing representation, welfare services, recreational facilities and opportunities for student development.
Gym Gym: The Welsh Society - offering events with lively Welsh Atmosphere.
Aelwyd Waunddyfal: A branch of Urdd Gobaith Cymru, a youth organisation established to give young people the chance to live and socialise through the medium of Welsh (Cymraeg).