School of Psychology Degree programmes

International students

Cardiff University has a long tradition of welcoming international students. With over 3,500 international students currently studying at Cardiff, representing over 100 countries, the University has a multi-cultural environment. We also have facilities to match, which include a strong International Office that offers help with visas, enrolment, finding accommodation and other practical matters that will make your life easier from the moment you apply to Cardiff. The School of Psychology is internationally recognised in both research and teaching, and we have a correspondingly wide range of students and staff from all over of the world. Currently we have students from Malaysia, China, India, Canada and USA, as well as students from many different European countries. We are proud to have such a diverse range of students attend our School and we make every effort to make their study here a rewarding experience. Click here to see our typical entry requirements.

Cardiff School of Psychology welcomes applications from students all over of the world. All applications must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) online application system. Please refer to How to Apply for details of the application process, or, for informal enquiries, contact the International Student Officer for the School of Psychology (details opposite).

International student enquiries

An international alumna shares her story…

Su has a BSc Psychology degree and a MSc Social Science Research Methods (Psychology pathway) from Cardiff University. She is currently working as an education consultant back in Malaysia. - check our her blog!

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Hope is going into her 2nd year of the BSc in Psychology with Professional Placement. In her own words, Hope shares her experiences of Cardiff University. If you want to know what it's really like, this is the place to find out.

Hope posts regularly on her Blog, Twitter, and Facebook page. You can ask her any question you have about life at Cardiff. What’s a typical day like? What clubs and societies are there? Is Cardiff’s music scene any good? It can be almost anything - just post a comment on her Facebook page or message her on Twitter.

Hannah Chandler was our previous "Cardiff insider" - check our her blog!