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Considering attending Cardiff University? Find out what their own students say about the place in these reviews...
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School Of Dentistry
2 years full time
% IN JOB OR FURTHER STUDY
TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
University at Cardiff has been brilliant, I've learned a lot, done a lot of new things, met lots of new people, got 4/5 of the way...
University at Cardiff has been brilliant, I've learned a lot, done a lot of new things, met lots of new people, got 4/5 of the way through my medical degree, and had an amazing time whilst doing it!
Sports are great, talybont is brilliant. Gyms are good and v good value for money. Lots of spaces for students.
10/10 counselling as mentioned in a previous section
Student support are excellent. Been a big help to me and know others who have been helped by them in my time.
Yes, medicine is a bit different to most courses as all my studies are now in hospitals around wales but most uni buildings are close to town and halls.
10/10. In my time at Cardiff I've danced, sailed, shot rifle, joined the navy, sang, played rugby, been wild swimming, hiking, been a first responder.
Good: some lectures are very well done and some tutors and lecturers love teaching which is the best.
Bad: a lot of topics are left for us to cover as SDL even if they are core material.
Skills and development service is friendly and useful. Did first aid and assertiveness with them.
It's been a great place with great people and lots of opportunities for social events and going out. The lecturers are really nice...
It's been a great place with great people and lots of opportunities for social events and going out. The lecturers are really nice and the amount of coursework is good.
The main campuses are great and so is the student union. The housing facilities can be rough.
Lots of support with personal tutors and student mentors and optional support systems.
It's really good and they really make an effort to make all students feel comfortable and represented.
It's far from shops and the town center so you have to uber a lot. It's a good location if you're studying at heath park.
There are loads of societies and plenty of sport clubs for all ranges of experience.
Lots of workshops, extra talks for skills, and the jobshop helps with employment.
The location is beautiful and right near the park, but pretty far away from anything else. Seems a bit expensive for the condition of the place. There are no problems with safety.