Latest News and Opportunities

Please check this page regularly for information on what new opportunities are available specifically for Cardiff Met students.  Information will be published here and then moved to the specific ​opportunity page i.e. Cultural & Employability, Volunteering etc.

You can find information on specific opportunities for Cardiff Met students by accessing the following link - Global Opportunities for Cardiff Met students

 

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Interested in the following?  Click on the links for more information.....

 

Study abroad - Study

Work Abroad - Work

Volunteer Abroad - Volunteer

Short Courses - Short Courses

Virtual Opportunities - Virtual

Cultural & Employability trips - Cultural

 

Are you considering completing a study, work or volunteering opportunity next academic year?  If so Global Opportunities would like to hear from you.  Annually, we are asked to submit a funding bid which can financially support Cardiff Met students to complete an opportunity overseas.  In order for us to submit an accurate funding bid we would love to receive your input in what opportunities you would like to take part in.

Please complete the short Google form - Global Opportunities 2022-23

 

Opportunities with fast approaching deadlines

 We will post all fast approaching deadline dates here.....

 

Language 

 

Babbel Language Competition

Whether it's in preparation for an upcoming trip, to boost your CV, or just for fun, learning even a little bit of a new language comes with so many benefits and can open new doors for you.

This is why we are excited to offer you the chance to win a 6-month subscription to Babbel, an online language-learning tool. To be in with a chance of winning, you can email us at globalopportunities@cardiffmet.ac.uk, with a short paragraph of 100-200 words on what language you would learn and why.

 

Deadline date: 4th April 2022

 

Language Buddy System

The University of San Jorge, one of our partner universities in Spain, is offering current Cardiff Met students, along with students from a wide variety of other universities, to be a part of a language exchange programme.

The concept? Simple: you get matched up with a student who speaks the language you want to improve, and you speak in that language for half of the session, then English for the other half. The idea is to get native speakers to help each other improve and exchange ideas. This is entirely online and free.

For more information, visit https://www.usj.es/en/be-international/incoming/language-exchange.