So the prospectus has arrived in the post, you’ve had a good read and like what you see… the next stage is to go to an Open Day! Here are some useful Open Day tips.Read More →
When I finished my undergraduate degree in India, I knew I wanted to study further. I did my research, and soon chose Cardiff Metropolitan University – mainly because it had been ranked first for overall international student support for the fifth year in a row.Read More →
Every two years there is an International Congress of Environmental Health. Last time it was held, in 2014, it was in Las Vegas, this year it was in Lilongwe, Malawi.
To be able to attend this conference, Cardiff Met Environmental Health students had to send an abstract of our research projects that we submitted as part of our degree.Read More →
UCAS applications can be complicated, and the personal statement can really feel like the cherry on the cake. To help you – and stop you making some of the mistakes I did, I have shared some useful tips on how to pull-off your personal statement – because it is possible to strike a balance between personal and pretentious, while avoiding the downright pointless!Read More →
One of the biggest regrets I’ve had whilst being at University, is not becoming a Student Ambassador earlier on. I started working as a Student Ambassador in September of this year, and unfortunately, because I’m in my final year at University this is the only year I will be able to do this role.Read More →
It seems that some people don’t really know what I am talking about at all when I tell them what I study, so hopefully this post will help explain what exactly Environmental Health is!Read More →
Hello, my name is Amelia and I am a fluent Welsh speaker. I have been speaking Welsh since the age of three and was taught through the medium of Welsh in every subject in school. However, since starting in Uni I am now being taught through the medium of English which has been a big change!Read More →