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School Selection Procedures - Welsh

All applications for a place on any of the Welsh degree programmes must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) application service. Applications can be made either in the Welsh or English language.

All applications are considered. Applicants are selected throughout the cycle upon receipt of UCAS forms. The only selection criteria is evidence of potential to achieve the minimum entry requirements. Candidates are not interviewed. All applications are referred to the Admissions Officer who reaches a decision, sometimes in consultation with other members of the academic staff, based upon the selection criteria only.

School Selection Criteria

Candidates are expected to achieve minimum entry requirements. The only selection criteria used when making an offer is evidence of potential to achieve the minimum entry requirements.

Admissions Tests

Cardiff University School of Welsh does not have any standardised admissions test requirements.

Selection Interviews

Cardiff University School of Welsh does not routinely interview applicants for its undergraduate programmes.

Use of Contextual Data

All suitable applicants who are eligible for additional consideration and are predicted a minimum of grades BCC, will be guaranteed a typical offer on the School of Welsh's undergraduate courses. Typical offers can currently be found here.  

For details of University policy, please click here.


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