Find out more about your undergraduate course interests and take a virtual tour of our accommodation and facilities.
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Take a virtual tour of our on-campus facilities, including subject specific, learning and social spaces and accommodation*.
Take a guided 360 degree video tour of our halls at
Plas Gwyn campuses.
Best viewed on mobile via YouTube.
Watch 'Met from the Sky' and take an aerial tour of our sports facilities at the
*Please note that our Virtual Campus Tours are currently being updated. As such, further facilities will become available in due course.
A series of Live Q&A sessions with undergraduate and postgraduate course teams from across the university on selected dates.
Already applied and have a question about your application? or need some advice and guidance? Our Admissions team can help.Chat with the team below right.
Unsure about which campus to attend for our Open Days? Read our FAQ's or contact the team at
If you've applied to Cardiff Met, you may be invited to attend a course specific
Available throughout the year, Campus Tours provide an opportunity to see our campuses and general facilities.
Our Postgraduate & PGCE Events provide the opportunity to find out more about postgraduate study or teacher training.
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