With over 7,700 international students from more than 130 countries, join our diverse and inspiring academic community studying courses that will help improve your career prospects and gain access to specialist facilities and dedicated support.
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If you've accepted your course offer, find out what your next steps are - including visa, travel and financial advice.
Representatives from the University regularly attend events for prospective students from around the world, both in-person and virtual.
Information on entry requirements, exhibitions, visits and the advisors available to help you in your home country.
Details on tuition fees and living costs and the funding opportunities available to you.
Contact our team of student ambassadors with any questions you may have about student life, a course or what it's really like to study at Cardiff.
If you are an overseas applicant and your first language is not English, then you must have a proven level of English to study on our courses.
Our English language teaching centre offers a variety of courses ranging from eight weeks to nine months which cater for most language levels and abilities.
A foundation or pre-master's programme can provide an alternative route of entry onto our undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
The European Exchange programme offers European students the opportunity to study with us for up to one year which will form part of your degree from your current institution.
Undergraduates can study abroad in Cardiff for one or two semesters and get a truly unique experience in the capital city of Wales.
Information about the new Graduate Visa scheme.
Our Student Futures team offers specalised career support to international students and can help you prepare for life after university.
Access the Agent Portal. Log in to make new applications or update and monitor the progress of existing ones.
There are a number of ways you can contact us and keep up-to-date with our international activities.