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United States

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak we want to ensure the welfare of our staff and students. Our staff won't be able to attend international exhibitions or events at this time but you can still get in touch.

We have a long and proud history of welcoming students from the United States with over 100 American students studying with us.

Many of these participate in our Study Abroad and exchange programme.

We also run active exchange programmes with universities in the USA. These include, but are not limited to, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Miami, the College of William and Mary and Rutgers University. Additionally, the University has many research links with elite institutions across the USA.

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Bydd cynrychiolwyr y Brifysgol yn mynd i ddigwyddiadau'n rheolaidd drwy gydol y flwyddyn, yn bersonol ac yn rhithwir. I weld cyfleoedd i siarad â ni, gallwch chi bori drwy ein digwyddiadau byd-eang sydd ar y gweill.

Os oes gennych chi gwestiynau am ein hymweliadau, cysylltwch â ni.

Entry requirements

Representatives from the University regularly attend events in United States throughout the year.

Financial aid

Learn more about the scholarships and loans that are available to prospective students from the USA.

Our students

Students and graduates from your country share their experiences of living and studying with us.


We have advisors in your country to help you with any questions you have about coming to study with us.


Find out about scholarships that are available to prospective students from the USA.

Cardiff Centre for Welsh American Studies

Within the School of Welsh in particular, the Cardiff Centre for Welsh American Studies was established in 2001 to promote the study of the culture, language, literature and history of the Welsh in the Americas, and in the United States, Canada and Patagonia, in particular.

By encouraging scholarly collaboration and discussion, it aims to provide a focal point for an international network of scholars who have an interest in this rapidly growing field of study.