We trace our history back to 1865, when the School of Art first opened in the Old Free Library in Cardiff. Since we developed into a university, we have remained rooted in Wales while providing practice-focused and professionally oriented education to students from around the globe. Our vision emboldens this commitment to education, research and innovation undertaken in partnership with our students, governments, business and industry and with tangible benefits for individuals, society and the economy. We are committed to ensuring that every student fulfils their potential to make outstanding graduate-level contributions to their own and future generations.
Cardiff Metropolitan University has established the Cardiff School of Technologies (https://www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/technologies/Pages/default.aspx) as part of its strategy to diversify its offering.
The School will work closely with employers across the tech industry to be at the cutting edge of meeting both student demand and employer need in a sector, with an increasing number of highly-paid graduate level careers.
Building on a well-established team of lecturers and researchers in computer science, software engineering and games design and development, the school plans to grow to more than 2000 students by 2022.
The School will build on an existing portfolio of industry focused programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level to offer new courses in data science, information security, robotics, electronics and systems engineering from 2019. Our programmes will offer a stimulating and innovative student learning experience that equips our graduates well for a rewarding career in computing and engineering.
Our ambitious School will build on Cardiff Metropolitan University’s world leading reputation for innovation and creativity within the tech industry and create a unique learning environment.
Additional Academic Contacts:
Dr Jason Williams
Department: Cardiff School of Technologies
Email: [email protected]
Contact Number: +44(0)2920205640