When I was applying to university, one of the greatest appeals of studying medicine was the practical element to the course. I found the prospect of spending time in hospitals throughout Wales, in both rural and urban settings, an exciting one and certainly since coming to Cardiff, I have found these placements the most enjoyable and stimulating element of my degree.… Read More
My brother has started as a fresher in Cardiff this year, and called me the other day (which is very rare … he only calls when he needs help!). And unsurprisingly he did need some help, with housing next year.
Moving house is one of the most stressful things you can do, as both an adult and as a student.… Read More
Yn ystod wythnos ddarllen penderfynais wneud profiad gwaith gyda Chyngor Ffoaduriaid Cymru. Er nid y syniad gorau oedd i fynd yn ystod wythnos ddarllen (wnes i ddim darllen o gwbl), roedd yn siawns grêt i weld y gwaith oedd yn cael ei wneud yno.… Read More
Probably the most complicated way to word it, but its true, we’re getting through third year at an alarming rate! For humanities students we have a ‘reading week’ halfway through each semester, this week comes around so quickly and signifies so much.… Read More
It’s fair to say that the student stereotype is perhaps devoid of culinary prowess. I mean I’ll be the first to raise my hand and say that too often I reach for the convenience food sat waiting for me in the freezer drawer and of course, the odd pizza isn’t going to hurt anyone!… Read More
Recent Cardiff Met graduate Sarah Morris shares her enthusiasm for Cardiff Met and her excitement for new things to come:
Hooraaaay I’ve just GRADUATED! Waw, I can’t believe how quickly the last 3 years of my life have gone studying a Textiles degree at Cardiff School of Art & Design (CSAD).… Read More
Fel soniais i yn y blog diwethaf, wnes i bennu lan yn aros yng Nghaerdydd i astudio, a gyda hynny mae nifer o fanteision ac anfanteision.
Yn amlwg, ges i ddim y siawns o gael annibyniaeth lawn a symud i ffwrdd – sef hanner y profiad o fynychu prifysgol.… Read More
Journalism is a subject that in this day and age has sparked thousands of platforms to work within. The front page story of any newspaper now inspires a radio bulletin, blog post, TV documentary, magazine article and podcast. Just a few simple words in the news can be crafted, expanded, developed and re-branded.… Read More
So I’m back. I lasted a grand total of two months from my graduation before the urge of returning to Cardiff was too much. I’ve completed my degree in Religious and Theological Studies with Journalism, and now I’m back doing a Masters in International Public Relations and Global Communications Management – for some reason I like to pick things with awkwardly long titles.… Read More
Katie Gamston, a recent graduate from Cardiff Metropolitan University tells us how it’s prepared her for the real world:
It’s been 3 months since I was throwing my cap in the air celebrating with my course friends and lecturers that we had made it through the 3 years and were all graduating with good degrees.… Read More