The International Summer School 2017 will provide students with various accommodation depending on which course they are attending:
|Cardiff School of Art and Design||Plas Gwyn Halls of Residence *|
|Cardiff School of Education||Cyncoed Halls of Residence *|
|Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences||Nos Da Hostel|
|Cardiff School of Management||Plas Gwyn Halls of Residence *|
|Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences||Cyncoed Halls of Residence *|
* Subject to availability
The cost of the accommodation is included within the overall International Summer School fee.
Halls of Residence
Some rooms at the halls of residence have an en-suite bathroom and a shared kitchen and living area, which is shared with other International Summer School students.
The shared kitchen area will include kitchen appliances for your use during your stay. Please also note that all bedrooms will include bedding and towels therefore you are not required to bring those with you, unless you wish to do so.
Nos Da Hostel
On the River Taff, NosDa is opposite Wales’ most iconic building, the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Castle and Cardiff Central Station are just a stone's throw away.
NosDa means 'good night' in Welsh and that is exactly what is promised. What better place to stay than a typically Welsh hostel with local bands, Welsh food & drinks, and local artists bringing you closer to the Welsh culture.
Even though NosDa is one of the largest hostels in Cardiff, it is proud to have the reputation of being friendly and personal with well-travelled international and local staff on hand 24/7. They are also proud to be a partner of the St. Christopher's Hostel Network, one of the largest and most famous hostel networks in Europe.
Full information about Nos Da Hostel can be found on their website.