Virtual Postgraduate Open Day
Discover our exciting courses, speak with our staff and students and get a feel for what it’s like to study in the capital city of Wales — all from the comfort of your own home.
Our next Open Day will take place in November. We will post more details about the event in the coming months. During an Open Day, you’ll get the chance to live chat with our staff and current students, as well as watch webinars and ask questions. Until then, if you have any questions, please contact us.
Subject information and live sessions
Watch our open day talks, chat with our academic staff and current students, and see what’s on offer across a wide range of degree subjects.
Join us for a campus tour
Our tours, which are led by current postgraduate students, take approximately one hour. At the end, you will have an opportunity to chat to our postgraduate recruitment team and ask any questions.
What makes us unique
Your campus experience for 2021/22
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, we've worked hard to ensure students have a safe and enjoyable time with us.
Whether you're pursuing one of our postgraduate taught courses or our research programmes, we have lots of ways to help you cover tuition fees and living costs. And if you need specialist support, our Advice and Money team can help.
Conversion courses for postgraduate study
You can fast-track a change of career path by studying a subject unrelated to your undergraduate degree or current career.
Dedicated postgraduate flats are available in University accommodation, allowing you the opportunity to meet, live and work alongside like-minded people who understand the demands of postgraduate study
If you'd rather live in private accommodation, the Students' Union can also help you finding quality housing, owned by reputable landlords.
Doctoral Training Initiatives
Our Doctoral Training Initiatives bring together diverse areas of expertise that equip researchers with the skills, knowledge and confidence to tackle today's big questions and future challenges.
Making the most of your university experience
It’s not all work, work, work. What you do outside of your studies can be as important as what you learn inside a lecture hall.
Learn a language – for free
Alongside your main degree programme, you can take one of our free Languages for All courses in Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. If you’d like to learn Welsh, you can sign up for our free Welsh for All course, which also fits around your academic commitments.
All levels are catered for, from complete beginners to advanced.
Everything you need to know about applying, including our entry requirements and information on deferred entry.