Accommodation in Cardiff
Severn Point offers large ensuite rooms in shared flats
Communal rooms, fully furnished & all bills included
Only a 23-min walk to Cardiff Metropolitan
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Applying to Cardiff Metropolitan University
- Entry Requirements
144-159 UCAS Points
Average range for Cardiff Metropolitan University entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEF Rating
More details of our TEF outcome can be found on the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) website.
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual Open Day videos on website.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All students will benefit from small group, peer-assisted and individual learning programmes. In adopting a blended learning approach they are able to ensure that all student learning outcomes will be met in full. See updated statement on a proposed cap in numbers for English-domiciled students studying at universities in Wales.
Cardiff Metropolitan University Reputation
Cardiff Metropolitan University is located in South Wales, Glamorgan. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 10,675 students are enrolled at Cardiff Metropolitan University:
- 9,335 of these students come from the UK
- 265 come from other EU countries
- And 1,075 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2018/19)
The graduate outcomes for Cardiff Metropolitan University show that six months after leaving university, 97% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving Cardiff Metropolitan University, is £18,500 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
Updated: 7th September 2020
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Env Health - 2 good lecturers, one sexist (female) boring part-time stand in lecturer - another with NO eye contact (How did that person get a job? Sporadic feedback, sometimes blunt and seemingly rushed. Truly wish I could assess their lecturing skills. Hit and miss university - try Cardiff Uni.
Studied here from 2014 to 2017, studying in Cyncoed Campus. Found the facilities very good, lots of study areas and a good library. The course was very good and support was available if needed from tutors. There are many clubs and societies available, especially their sports teams that are successful. Cardiff is a great place to live and there are many events and things to do.
Joke! Tutors don’t reply, feedback a burden in the main, all they want is £9k from you. Student services pathetic, unless you have a disability or are female! Foundation - don’t work, you’ll pass, everyone gets through as they want £9k to se you fail year 1 of a degree having not proven yourself in foundation.
Management Foundation - I recently completed my course - students are disruptive (taking and watching MOVIES on phones during lectures), which goes unchallenged as, quote, “they pay to be here”. Do not worry about attending lectures or trying, I watched a student look at his phone constantly in lectures, he was given someone to take notes for him eventually. He submitted last minute trash way below the word count, failed ALL assignments, yet was given a pass with NO resits???? It demeans the effort of others. You will pass with no effort as ‘they’ want your money to Go on to a degree course. The lecturers are ok, but directives and guidance are sometimes lacking, certain individuals are lazy and incompetent. What can I say? It is a joke that people are pushed into degrees, seriously lacking effort and as such will be disruptive to others taking a degree. I had massive aspirations and pride to be in Uni, but that was soon irradiated by the quality of fellow ‘students’...
I am on Llandaff campus, so cannot really comment on others. After 3 years of studying here, I would not recommend. Awful support system for mental health, not heard one positive thing. Student services are not the best, assigned a note taker for dyslexia for me and a few others students, only ever received about 7 sets of notes this entire year. Second year, Turnitin failed to upload all my work, only part of it. Even after providing evidence through editing times on google documents and showing that it was clearly only an error with Turnitin, I was told they would not remark my work and I was stuck with 40%. This is not just my opinion, all of my friends also have had negative experiences with the uni. Usually, I hate complaining after working in customer services for years, but Cardiff Met is fairly bad in comparison to all my friends universities. I think the fact I have seen many memes about how s*** Cardiff Met has just summed it all up.
Both campuses fully equipped with specialist equipment. Lectures very knowledgeable on subjects with hand on experience in the industry. Modern and attractive facilities. Club and societies are mainly competitive sports. Wi-fi pretty good also.
Had a really good 3 years here & am returning in September to do PGCE Primary! Can't fault the staff, facilities or experiences - you can find almost anything you want to do at this uni! The possibilities are endless!
Amazing University! The campuses are both easily accsessable and modern, with computers provided. Cyncoed lecture rooms are spacious and comfortable. Cyncoed Campus accommodation is also at a great price and wonderful. The student union provide good events and societies.
Had a brilliant first year living on campus at cardiff met. The campus it really nice both to live on and work at. A nice student union who are helpful and have a good building. Great sports clubs, and chances to get work.