On receipt of an offer from Cardiff Met, you should use this section to find details of everything which is expected of you between now and the start of your programme. You will also receive your
with your offer letter in the post, as well as an electronic version via email.
We'll also be emailing you at important times throughout the year to make sure you are kept up-to-date with everything you need to know about your application -
If you change your contact details, it is important you update these with UCAS so you don't miss out on important information. In the meantime if you have any questions or need any further information, you can contact Admissions on
Understanding Your Offer
You can view the conditions of your offer through UCAS Track and they will also be detailed on your offer letter sent to you from Cardiff Met.
If your offer is
Conditional on your current studies, i.e. you are currently undertaking A Levels, BTECs, Access, etc., Admissions should receive these automatically in the summer, provided your School or College have notified UCAS. Previously completed qualifications, such as GCSEs need to be scanned and emailed to Admissions for verification to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your offer is conditional on proof of qualifications only, you need to provide Admissions with
all qualifications disclosed on your UCAS application. You can do this by scanning your certificates and emailing them to email@example.com. Alternatively, you can drop them into one of our
Llandaff Campus Main Reception, Llandaff, 200 Western Avenue, CF5 2YB
i-zone Cyncoed Campus Main Reception, Cyncoed,
Cyncoed Road, CF23 6XD
Although we accept photocopies of certificates, we may request the originals if these are not deemed sufficient.
If you are sending in your statement of results rather than certificates, these documents MUST be signed and stamped by your School or College
If your programme requires DBS disclosure, this will also be a condition of your offer. You will be notifed via email when and how you should complete this process once you have chosen Cardiff Met as your Firm choice. For further information and guidance on the DBS application process, please refer to www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/dbs.
If you have chosen an NHS Bursary funded degree programme, you will be need to register online with NHS Wales through their BOSS (Bursary Online Support System), providing you have chosen Cardiff Met as your Firm choice.
If you have chosen a programme that requires Occupational Health Screening, this will be notified in your offer conditions, and once you have chosen us as your Firm choice, you will be sent the details electronically.
Undergraduate Applicant Planner
We have put together a handy
Applicant Planner for you to use as a reference through the year to make sure you don't miss an important deadline throughout the undergraduate application cycle. If you are currently holding an offer with us, you should have also recieved the applicant planner in the post with your offer letter.
All offers made by Cardiff Metropolitan University are subject to the
verification of achievement of all qualifications an applicant has declared on his/her application, this will allow for students to be enrolled and matriculated into the University.
click here for further information on the verification of qualifications. We have also produced a set of frequently asked questions and a table for quick reference concerning the verification of qualifications which can be accessed by
We need to have seen and verified your qualifications before the start of the Programme. Failure to send us your qualifications may result in you not being able to collect your Student ID Card during Induction week.
Occupational Health Assessment: Screening & Immunisation
All applicants on the following programmes are required to complete an
Occupational Health Questionnaire BEFORE THEY ENROL; attend an
Occupational Health Screening appointment once on campus, as well as, potentially, participating in a mandatory Vaccination programme prior to any clinical placements, subject to the demands of their course:
Complementary Healthcare (with Practitioner Status) BSc, CertHE, DipHE
Agreement to occupational health screening is required which may include immunisation to allow the undertaking of placements.
Healthcare Science BSc
Agreement to occupational health screening is required which will include immunisation to allow the undertaking of placements. Failure to meet this requirement will result in applicants being withdrawn from the programme.
Human Nutrition and Dietetics BSc
Agreement to occupational health screening is required which will include immunisation to allow the undertaking of placements. Students who fail to meet occupational health requirements at screening stage will be withdrawn from the course.
Please note, a mandatory requirement for students entering the programme will be that they agree to undertake occupational health screening and participate in a vaccination programme. This is a Health and Safety requirement to ensure student safety in the clinical placement setting.
Speech and Language Therapy BSc - 2018 entry
Agreement to occupational health screening is required which will include immunisation to allow the undertaking of placements.
Applicants will be sent further information on how to complete and return the Occupational Health Questionnaire once they have replied Firm. Details of the initial Screening appointment and whether they are required to have vaccinations will be provided at the Screening appointment, once they are on campus.
Please refer to
www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/ohq for full details on Cardiff Met's
Occupational Health Assessment programme
Any queries concerning the completion of the Occupational Health Questionnaire should be directed to Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book Your Bed with Accommodation?
Once you've received either an Unconditional or Conditional offer from us, and from April onwards, you can apply for a place in Halls using the online application process. Please refer to www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/accommodation for more information.
If you have indicated a disability on your application, or you wish to speak to someone about support during your studies, please contact our Disability Service on Tel.
029 2041 6170 or email email@example.com.
Cardiff Met students who meet criteria, are guaranteed year round accommodation in University-owned halls for the duration of the course, a bursary, as well as student services and mentor support. For more information please refer to the following:
Applying For Student Finance
If you are a Welsh student looking to apply for student finance, you will need to register with Student Finance Wales: www.studentfinancewales.co.uk. It is recommended you apply by early May to make sure that you receive your first instalment ready for the start of term.
If you are an English student looking to apply for student finance, please refer to the information on the Gov.uk website on the following link www.gov.uk/studentfinance.
If you are an EU student looking to apply for student finance to study at Cardiff Met, you will need to register with Student Finance Wales: www.studentfinancewales.co.uk. It is recommended you apply by early May to make sure that you receive your first instalment ready for the start of term.
If you are an applicant from Northern Ireland looking to apply for student finance, please refer to the information on www.studentfinanceni.co.uk.
If you are an applicant from Scotland looking to apply for student finance, please refer to the information on www.saas.gov.uk.
For information on Cardiff Met Bursaries and Scholarships that may also be available to you, information is available on www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/scholarships.
For information on NHS Bursaries, please
Confirmation Of Your Place At Cardiff Met
From July onwards, Admissions will start to receive BTEC results directly from UCAS. Providing your results have been received by Cardiff Met and you have met your offer conditions, we will confirm your place through UCAS Track.
Mid August, Admissions will receive the Access to HE Diploma results and A Level results directly from UCAS. Providing your results have been received by Cardiff Met and you have met your offer conditions, we will confirm your place through UCAS.
It is advisable that you are not on holiday when results are published. Unfortunately, Cardiff Met does experience a number of issues where not all results are not received, or there are discrepancies in achieved results, and in some cases delays of the full qualification being published. In these situations, you need to be contactable.
If your place is not confirmed by mid August, please contact us to find out why. This may be due to us not receiving your results, at which point you can send us evidence of your exam results. If you have not yet received your certificates, confirmation directly from your School or College will be sufficient, provided it is in the form of an official letter.
If you know you have not met the conditions of your offer and your place is still Conditional, please contact us to check we have recieved all of your results. Once we have all of your results, your application will be referred to the Programme Director to make a final decision on your application.
You will be sent your Student Joining Pack to be used in conjunction with our dedicated New Students website, where you will be able to download your joining information relating to Freshers Week. Please make sure you read this information.
Remember, if you have not yet sent in evidence of your GCSEs, please do so before the start of the course.
You will be made enrolment ready when all offer conditions have been met and you will be sent an email with details of how to complete the process. More information can be found on www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/enrolment.
If you have any queries relating to online enrolment please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call
029 2020 5669.
If your place has been confirmed through UCAS, but you have not been sent your enrolment details, this may be due to your pending DBS disclosure or Occupational Health Screening clearance.
You should have enrolled prior to attending Freshers Week.
Changes & Discontinuation of Programmes
The University makes every effort to ensure that the information provided to applicants on programmes being offered is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. However, programmes of study are continually reviewed and there may well be some changes between the time of publication and the time the student starts the programme. The running of University programmes is also subject to minimum numbers, i.e. a certain number of students need to undertake the programme for it to be viable. Having a minimum number of students on a programme aims towards enriching the student experience.
Where changes are made or a programme is discontinued, applicants are informed of this as soon as possible via a letter, preferably before accepting the offer of a place, so that opportunity is given to consider an alternative programme at Cardiff Met or elsewhere. If a decision to discontinue a programme is made after applicants have been offered a place, Admissions will make every effort to offer relevant alternatives and provide assistance to applicants to find that alternative choice through UCAS.
For further information on changes to programmes, please refer to the disclaimer included in the Student Handbook (www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/studenthandbook) which you will receive as part of your joining instructions in the Summer.
Subject to Validation Programmes
All new programmes at the University must undergo validation, the purpose of which is to ensure that the proposed programme is alligned to the University's Mission and its content reflects appropriate levels of academic standards and quality. Any changes made to a programme during the validation event will be communicated to you and updated on our course pages.
Terms & Conditions