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Courses available in Welsh

We have up to 100 degree courses in various subject areas which you can study partly or wholly in Welsh.

I would recommend that any Welsh-speaker applying to study Medicine in Cardiff accept the offer of studying part of the course through the medium of Welsh. You will not miss out on any opportunities on the course - if anything, there are more opportunities when studying in Welsh. The Welsh lecturers and tutors are all lovely and extremely supportive.

Shôn Alun Thomas, MBBCh Medicine

Subjects

You can study courses through the medium of Welsh in the following subjects:

Lab work

Chemistry

Our accredited degree programmes combine theory with hands-on lab experience and the opportunity to work in industry or study abroad as part of your degree.

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History and ancient history

Investigate past worlds and expand your understanding of historical change in our highly regarded programmes, taught by experts sharing their passion and new insights from their latest research.

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Journalism, media and culture

Join us to study issues such as the impact of social media, the role of corporate communications or why in the era of ‘fake news’ quality journalism matters more than ever.

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Law

Join the only Russell Group university to offer the full range of academic and vocational courses in the field of law.

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Mathematics

Our internationally recognised research helps to inform our portfolio of intellectually exciting and flexible degrees, allowing you to follow your mathematical interests as you develop your professional and mathematical skills, preparing you for a variety of exciting careers.

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Medicine

Interested in becoming a doctor? We have lots of useful information about studying Medicine at Cardiff University to get you started.

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Nursing (adult)

Nursing is a rich, diverse and varied career. Nurses use their expertise and skills to make a genuine difference to the lives of patients and their families.

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Pharmacy

We are passionate about the pharmacy profession and proud to be one of the top schools of pharmacy in the UK. Our MPharm programme is designed to allow you to explore different aspects of modern pharmacy in preparation for your future career. We hope you’ll join our warm and welcoming community as you begin your exciting journey to improve patients’ lives.

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Philosophy

Considering the great philosophical puzzles past and present, we'll teach you to analyse and construct complex chains of reasoning to address complicated questions from history and the here and now.

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Physiotherapy

Our programme is ranked 1st in Wales and 3rd in the UK by the Complete University Guide 2021.

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Politics and international relations

Join one of the largest Politics and International Relations departments in the UK.

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Social sciences

Study in a dynamic, interdisciplinary and innovative School of Social Sciences with an international reputation for research excellence.

Welsh

What kind of experience can you expect studying Welsh in the capital city? The answer, like the subject, is diverse, exciting and constantly evolving.

The Cardiff Citizen​ module

This is a 5 credit, informal module.

You will learn about the city and the Welsh language in the context of the community, the University, as well as the rich multiculturalism of Cardiff.

It is a great opportunity to:

  • socialise through group learning
  • get to know other first-year students from across the university
  • make the most of your Welsh-language skills

More than just courses

We'll support you to study in Welsh and experience a Welsh language life in Cardiff.

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Why study in Welsh with us

Choosing to study in Welsh will broaden your career and study options while also introducing you to a new world at the university and beyond

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Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol

Cardiff’s branch of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol works with the university to provide Welsh language training and studying opportunities for students and staff.

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Welsh language and culture

There are numerous opportunities to learn Welsh and become immersed in Cardiff's vibrant Welsh language culture