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International Students Live Chat


Cardiff Metropolitan University is home to over 1200 international students from countries across the world. The Global Engagement Team at Cardiff Met provide international students with support and guidance throughout their university journey. 

From researching your course, and making your application, through to travelling to the UK, and settling in at the university, we’re here to help every step of the way. We’re able to help with understanding entry requirements, the visa and immigration process, and life as an international student in the UK. 

A number of representatives from the Global Engagement Team will be online and available to chat on this page on scheduled dates/times (UK time), as listed on our Virtual Open Day pages.

Please note, we anticipate a large volume of enquiries during the Virtual Open Day. We appreciate your patience if one of the team is not available straight away. If you’re unable to chat to us today, please just get in touch with us via the international pages of our website.

Watch our video below to hear from International Students studying at Cardiff Met.

International Student Blogs
Following my football dream from india to Cardiff Met
Following my football dream from india to Cardiff Met

Moving to a different country thousands of miles away from your home can be hard, but it is worth every mile when it comes to chasing your dream.
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From Casablanca to Cardiff
From Casablanca to Cardiff – my experience as an international student

Different parts of the world have different cultures, and the world is changing rapidly. Health, politics, technology, education – no field is left behind, and every city, country and state is racing to be the first to excel.
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From Bangladesh to Cardiff Met
From Bangladesh to Cardiff Met – my life as a ba accounting international student

My name is Tania Sultana, I’m from Bangladesh, and I’m currently studying BA Accounting at Cardiff Metropolitan University. I first moved to the UK from Bangladesh back in 2015, when I moved to live in London.
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