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Our new Cardiff School of Technologies building

School of Technologies

Our new state-of-the-art CST building is ready to welcome students in September 2020. The building offers an environment designed with students at its heart. It features a suite of dedicated high-tech labs situated around an open learning area, a research hub for PhD students, and office space for lecturers and School staff. Take a look at our new Cardiff School of Technologies.


Open learning area and social spaces

The Learning Lab

The open learning and social spaces in the building provide a home for Technologies students to hang out with peers, network and study in an informal setting.

Dedicated high-tech labs

Our high-spec labs cover Robotics, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, Games Design and Development, Computer Security and Electronic Systems.

Each laboratory is designed to facilitate hands-on learning, covering all aspects of technology from computer programming to electronic embedded controllers, from the manipulation of large volumes of data to gain insights using AI, to the programming and development of micro controllers for the Internet of Things.

Research hub and office space

Research students benefit from a dedicated space and will be fully integrated with the delivery of undegraduate and postgraduate taught programmes. The new building also provides a home for School lecturers and staff.

Display and exhibition areas

Display areas allow temporary exhibitions of student work and research undertaken within the School, and provide long-term displays of technology evolution. The new School of Technologies will create an innovative and stimulating environment to alert students and visitors to the infinite possibilities of technology development

Our future

School of Technologies Sign

The new building is only the first phase in an ambitious six-year plan. Cardiff School of Technologies will continue to expand at the Llandaff campus in coming years to support our learning, teaching and research.