Study in Wales and build the skills for
a successful future.
A warm welcome awaits at Cardiff University International Study Centre
Cardiff University is a respected Russell Group university with a proud history of celebrating difference, located in the UK's most affordable student city. Its research is making an impact around the world, and leading academics share their findings with students in the classroom.
Join the community at Cardiff University International Study Centre. Our programmes prepare you to succeed in your studies and enjoy student life in an exciting, multicultural capital city, just over two hours away from London.
Flexible study options
You can choose to study your course on campus or virtually from home. Start your Pre-Masters in April and progress to Cardiff University in September 2021. Thinking about the International Foundation Year in September 2021? Find out more about preparing to study at the International Study Centre.
Why choose Cardiff?
Cardiff University is ranked 159th in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2021.
Cardiff is ranked 2nd nationally for the impact of its research and is among the top 5 universities in the UK for research excellence.
Cardiff offers a wealth of opportunities for its students, both in and outside of the classroom.
95.7% of students are employed or in further study six months after graduation.
HESA DHLE 2016/17
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It's lovely to be surrounded by people from so many different countries, with so many different cultures, so many different ethnicities. That's where I always wanted to be. I always wanted to be among people who are open-minded. That comes when you are in a place where there are students who are educated, who do not differentiate based on any religion, caste, or culture, anything. The openness is just amazing.
Manoj from India
Studying MSc Advanced Computer Science
Where to find us
Cardiff is the capital city of Wales, one of the four countries that make up the UK. Wales borders England on its east coast. It has its own proud identity, forged around music, myths, and rugby.