Equality, diversity and inclusion
We believe that anyone who would benefit from a university education should have access to one. But more than that, we want to create an environment where you enjoy your experience here at university and are able to achieve your absolute best while studying with us.
We recognise that personal circumstances can have an impact on your decision to apply to university and and also that your situation can change during your studies. We are here to support every step of your journey, whatever your circumstances may be.
We have developed a support package for students who have applied for asylum but have not yet received a decision from the Home Office.
We have a generous support package for students who are either in care, or who have left care. This package has been designed for care leavers whose permanent residence is in the United Kingdom.
We work with students with a range of disabilities, including physical or sensory impairments, specific learning difficulties, long-term medical conditions and mental health conditions.
The term 'estranged student' is used to refer to young students who are studying without the support of a family network. We have designed a support package to assist estranged students.
We are an armed forces-friendly organisation and are committed to supporting ex-forces servicemen/women and their dependents, through our Student Support Services, to ensure that no member of the Armed Forces Community faces disadvantage in Higher Education.
We want to support all staff and students in their choice of gender identity and have guidelines to help.
LGBT+ students may face different challenges at university and we have services to support you. We want to ensure that we provide the best support for all our students.
A mature student is an undergraduate student who is aged 21 or over. We have several services available to support your study with us.
Cardiff is a multicultural city in which many religious faiths are practised. Individuals and groups should be treated with dignity and fairness whatever their religious and/or philosophical beliefs may be.
We recognise carers as those who care, unpaid, for a family member or friend with an illness or disability, mental health condition or an addiction.
Whether you already have a child or are about to become a parent, a wealth of services are available to support your study with us.