Ma’r diwrnod cyntaf pryd chi’n cychwyn yn y brifysgol yn gymysgedd o fod yn gyffroes a bod yn nerfus. Cwrdd â ffrindiau newydd, mewn lleoliad newydd yn aml i ffwrdd o adref ac yr holl boeni am “ydw i wedi gwneud y penderfyniad cywir gyda’r cwrs yma?”.
Having the chance to visit India and the Lovely Professional University (LPU) was an opportunity that I am thankful I did not miss. The team of faculty looking after us, was very hospitable and made us feel like we were VIPs, facilitating our every wish (the practical ones anyway).DARLLEN MWY →
My name is Ben Stevens, I was a student at Cardiff Met for 4 years where I achieved a BSc in Biomedical Sciences with Health, Exercise and Nutrition and recently, an MRes in Biomedical Science.
When I was in Sixth form studying for my A levels, I was convinced that I wanted to …
It was always a distant dream of mine to attend University to study Social Work, but one that I did not feel I was good enough to make a reality. However, you can be whatever you want to be if you are determined, work hard and have the right support network.DARLLEN MWY →
My year in industry gave me such an invaluable experience that I believe internships should be a key aspect during your time as an undergraduate.DARLLEN MWY →
If you had asked me on the first day of university what I wanted to do in the future, I would have said I wanted to be a Physiotherapist, with the dream of running out on the pitch at the Principality stadium, not to have a burning interest in strength and conditioning and the theoretical research side of sports science; with an aim of one day completing a PHD.DARLLEN MWY →
Helo! Fy enw i yw Rhoannon a dwi newydd raddio ar y cwrs Artist Ddylunydd: Gwneuthurwr.DARLLEN MWY →
I developed kidney failure at two weeks old and lived for thirteen years with one kidney. 8 years later, I’ve managed to do many things I’m proud of – including completing my Graphic Communication degree at Cardiff Met.DARLLEN MWY →
We are Eloise and Emma and we have recently graduated from 3 years at Cardiff Met studying SCRAM. Over the past 3 years we have learnt so much from the course, made connections for future careers alongside gaining valuable experience within strength and conditioning, Rehabilitation and massage.DARLLEN MWY →
I started at Cardiff Met in September 2015 on a Foundation year. The decision to pursue the BSc (Hons) International Economics & Finance was a tough one after learning so much in the Foundation year about several other courses in the Cardiff School of Management. However, it was in the Economics programme that I …DARLLEN MWY →
My name is Josh, I’m 26, living in Cardiff and I graduated with BA (Hons) Business & Management from Cardiff Met in 2017. Since graduating my time has been filled with enriching work experiences, mainly in small businesses. This blog is a reflection on how Cardiff Met has shaped my career so far…
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Surprisingly my first steps into the ‘world’ of psychology stemmed from a keen interest in sports. Up until sixth form I had very little experience or understanding of psychology in its general sense.DARLLEN MWY →
There are a lot of exciting opportunities available during these 3 years. Here are some of the experiences that changed my perspective!DARLLEN MWY →
Originally, I had no intention of going to university, I was 22 and in a dead-end call centre job. On the advice of a friend, who was studying at Cardiff Met, I checked their clearing page and found there were available places on the BSc in Psychology.DARLLEN MWY →
Cardiff has been my home for the past five years, after I transitioned straight from school into an undergrad in BSc Sport Coaching. I was immediately sold on Cardiff Met after attending an open day whilst I was in sixth form.DARLLEN MWY →
Coming to Wales to study was not part of my plan, as I was focused on universities in England. However, now, after finishing my first year I couldn’t imagine myself anywhere but Cardiff Met!DARLLEN MWY →
When I decided I wanted to study Games Development, I researched university courses all over the UK. Here is why I decided that Cardiff Met was the right choice for me…DARLLEN MWY →
Helo fy enw i yw Chelsea a dwi newydd raddio wythnos ddiwethaf ar y cwrs Astudiaethau Addysg Gynradd! Roedd dewis y cwrs yn ddewis cwbl hawdd i mi.
Roeddwn wastad yn edrych ar fy athrawon fel ysbrydoliaeth a chredaf dyma lle sbardunodd fy nghariad tuag at …DARLLEN MWY →
My name is Gemma Price and I am the founder of women’s boxing club Boxing Pretty, part of the management team at Llanrumney Phoenix Boxing Club and almost a 3rd year Sport Management student at Cardiff Met.DARLLEN MWY →
Helo! Fy enw i yw Ffion a dwi newydd orffen fy mlwyddyn olaf yn astudio Cyfathrebu Graffeg yn y Met.DARLLEN MWY →
Hi, my name is Emmanuel Lomax, and I am a second year BA
(Hons) Business Economics student at Cardiff Met and a Course Representative.
Going in to University I had never really considered becoming
a Course Representative, but when the opportunity to put ourselves forward for
the role arose I …
Fashion Design at Cardiff Met has given me a great opportunity to promote my brand before I’ve even started the final year of my degree.DARLLEN MWY →
I’m Chelsey, a freelance theatre director and Co-Founder of PowderHouse a Cardiff based Theatre Company. I studied English and Drama at Cardiff Met. I started uni with no idea what I wanted to do with my life and career, but through the huge support from the teaching staff and the varied and stimulating curriculum I was able to find my own path and gain the confidence to follow my passion.DARLLEN MWY →
My name is Zoe Fullbrook and I studied Secondary PGCE Science at Cardiff Met and I’m really excited to be starting my full-time teaching career in September. I have always been passionate and enthusiastic about science and have always wanted to pass on this passion to my students.DARLLEN MWY →
Travelling to Malaysia as part of my second year studying Computer Science at Cardiff Met was one of the best experiences I have ever had in my life.DARLLEN MWY →
The Sport & PE course, and Uni life in general, will push you to your limits and take you out your comfort zones. But just remember, it’s all part of the process and you really are in control of your own journey.DARLLEN MWY →
I’m Kelvin, a first year BA (Hons) International Tourism & Events Management and I applied to Cardiff Met through Clearing last year.
Going to university and studying away from home is a big commitment and can be intimidating. This made me a little anxious and I felt under pressure, as I would have to …