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Cardiff University is a world class institution in a young and vibrant city.
With over 3,000 international students we can also offer a cosmopolitan environment in which to live and study.
We have links with many European universities, and whether you are here for a full year or a few months, you will benefit from first class learning resources, excellent support services and a wide range of events and activities in which you can participate.
We hope that these web-pages will give you some useful information about what it is like living in Cardiff and about what to do before you leave and once you arrive in Cardiff.
My Erasmus experience was totally positive. I had the chance to make friends with Welsh people who showed me around and made me feel as if I was at home. Erasmus brings people and culture together. Now that I am back in Italy working as an English teacher, I constantly try to motivate my students to travel and to study abroad because I believe that this is the best way to learn!
Sara Ferrari, University of Parma: Lingue e Letterature Moderne Europee e Americane
Don't let the limits of your new country be the border to your horizon.While I was abroad I met people from all over the world, different walks of life and every background imaginable.
Toby, France and Spain
Are you currently holding an offer to come to Cardiff University as an Erasmus student?
Please download this guide as it has useful information pending your arrival here.
Current Cardiff student?
If you are a current student looking to study overseas as part of your degree please see our information for current students.
Erasmus inter-institutional agreement
Grade distribution tables indicate the distribution of grades obtained by students at Cardiff University during the academic year 2011-12.
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Download our prospectus for International students.
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