Learning & Teaching
A variety of teaching delivery methods are used in this course including, lectures, group work, seminars and workshops. You will study six modules. Each module will have 48 hours of timetabled hours (contact time) and 152 hours for self study / independent learning time.
Independent learning is supported by our virtual learning environment (Moodle). Further support is available from your Module leader / seminar tutor, programme director, year tutor and the personal tutoring team
Assessments on this course include examinations, coursework, presentations, reports, in class tests, practical exercises, library project, portfolio and diary.
Preparation and support available for assessment include revision sessions and personal tutoring.
Employability & Careers
The programme links with the three-year honours degree programmes delivered within the Cardiff School of Management.
For specific information on employability and careers linked to these degree programmes, please refer to the individual course pages.
Entry Requirements & How to Apply
Please note: The following entry requirements relate to September 2017 entry and use the new UCAS tariff. Please refer to our Entry Requirements for further information on the new tariff, or contact Admissions if you have any questions.
Applicants must have a minimum of five GCSE passes including English Language and Mathematics* at grade C or above (grade 4 or above for applicants holding newly reformed GCSEs in England) and 32 UCAS Tariff Points from at least 1 A level (or equivalent).
*For Welsh applicants sitting the reformed Mathematics GCSE, we will accept either GCSE Mathematics or Mathematics – Numeracy.
Candidates who do not possess normal minimum entry qualification are interviewed and considered individually by members of the course team on the basis of their prior learning or working background.
If you need further guidance on entry requirements, please either contact Admissions or refer to the UCAS Course Search. Further information on our entry requirements, including qualifications from the EU can be found by clicking here.
Before making an application, international students (those outside of the EU), should contact the International Office at Cardiff Met to discuss the necessary procedures in relation to studying with us. For further information visit
Selection is normally made on the basis your UCAS application form and interview.
How to Apply: Applications for this course should be made online to UCAS at www.ucas.com. For further information please visit our How to Apply pages at www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/howtoapply.