Your home away from home.
Cardiff Metropolitan University aims to provide a safe and secure environment for students living on campus, with friendly Halls staff available to provide support and help throughout your stay with us.
We currently have nearly 1000 study bedrooms located at the Cyncoed and Plas Gwyn campuses. All our bedrooms are mixed gender and inclusive of all utility bills, including electric, gas, water, internet, insurance, etc.
In addition, we also allocate just over 800 private en-suite halls to students through nomination agreements with private halls located near to the campuses.
Find out what we offer
With 544 rooms across campus. Offering a mix of catered, self-catered, en-suite and shared facility rooms.Suitable for students studying Sport, Education or Humanities.Take the 360 tour aboveCyncoed Campus
Situated close to the Llandaff campus with 392 self-catered en-suite rooms.Suitable for students studying Art and Design, Management, Health Sciences and Technologies.Take the 360 tour abovePlas Gwyn Campus
Cardiff Met have secured over 650 en-suite study bedrooms in four privately owned halls of residence located close to the campuses. All the Halls are regularly serviced by Cardiff Bus services or are close enough to walk to campus.Private Halls
How do I apply?
Applications Open April 1st each year for the September intake.How do I apply?
What are the costs?
Fees vary from year to year and from campus to campus depending on the type of room allocated to you.What are the costs?
Help paying for halls
At Cardiff Met we are keen to help anyone who is struggling financially to pay for their Halls.Help paying for halls?
Find out more about applying for accommodation as an International Student.International Students
Information for Disabled Students
Both Plas Gwyn and Cyncoed campuses have a room that is suitable for students with disabilities who require adapted accommodation.Disables Students
Dedicated support for students living and studying at Cardiff Met.Student Services
How we allocate rooms
Important information about how we allocate rooms in three phases following receipt of a completed halls application.How we allocate rooms
Catered accommodation at Cyncoed includes breakfast and dinner 7 days a week during term time!Catering
In addition to allocating students places in halls, the Service also helps students find suitable accommodation off campus. Living off campus
Best Student Community
WINNER: 'Best Student Community' in the National Student Housing Survey 2019Find out more
We aim to make living in Halls one of the best experiences of your university life and to help you have an unforgettable experience we have an award winning Residence Life programme.Find out more about Res Life
"Our yearlong calendar of weekly events is aimed at first year students in Cardiff Met halls. We've given our students tickets to Wales rugby matches, ice skating, film premieres, yoga, pizza nights, book clubs, FIFA tournaments, haircuts, day trips and numerous other social events. The great news is that this is all FREE! We pay for it all you need to do is get involved. When you arrive speak to your Warden or a Res Life Ambassador to find out more information."David Owen, Met Res Life Co-coordinator.
Life in Halls: Living in Cyncoed
First year sports students Chloe and Lucy talk about life at Cardiff Met's Cyncoed halls of residence.
Life in Halls: Living in Cardiff
Ash is a third year student warden at Cardiff Met's Plas Gwyn Halls. Here's what he thinks of living and studying in Cardiff.
Life in Halls: An International perspective
Intentional student Alessandra talks about how she's finding living at Plas Gwyn halls in Cardiff.
Freshers’ guide to moving into halls at Cardiff Met
Sport student James blogs his top tips for first year students moving into halls.Find out more
Living at Plas Gwyn: My Cardiff Met halls experience
Dietetics student Laura blogs about what it's like to live at Plas Gwyn.Find out more
Choosing accommodation as an international student
Humanities student Meriem blogs about her guide to choosing accommodation and settling into life in a new country.Find out more
You can Live Chat with us on these pages. Alternatively:E: firstname.lastname@example.org | T: 029 2041 6188Accommodation Service, Cardiff Metropolitan University Cyncoed Campus,
Warwick House, Cyncoed Road, Cardiff CF23 6XD