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Welcome to Cardiff

Cardiff (Welsh: Caerdydd), is the capital of Wales, a vibrant city combining the best of old and new with its castle, harbour development, modern assembly building and Millennium Stadium. It’s the ideal academic location encompassing top educational institutions including Cardiff University, Cardiff Metropolitan University, the University of Wales and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

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Design-led student living in Cardiff

  • Perfect, central location
  • On-site 24-hour concierge, CCTV, secure electronic entry
  • Elegant and innovative student apartments
  • All-inclusive rates – no hidden costs
  • Private on-site cinema room, gym, games room, club lounge, study rooms and reading rooms
  • High-speed broadband & Wi-Fi throughout the building
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Accommodation for Cardiff

Bookings now open for Sept' 2018

We are now accepting bookings for tenancies commencing in September 2018. As places are going fast, we would advise you to book as early as possible.

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Student Life in Cardiff

Cardiff has been named as one of the top ten cities in Europe and with a vast plethora of pubs, bars, nightclubs, restaurants and hotels.  The city offers world-class entertainment and plenty on offer for the thirsty student in need of entertainment and a place for visiting parents to stay.  It’s small and friendly, with a Big City feel as well being one of the cheapest places in the UK for students to live.

Universities

Cardiff is home to the University of Cardiff, Cardiff Metropolitan University, The University of South Wales and Cardiff University School of Medicine.

Getting around

Within the city, public transport is efficient and reasonable. Cardiff Central Station links the city via high-speed train to London Paddington and is the starting point for an urban train network.   Most students use the bus service services run by Cardiff City Bus Company, which run regularly across the whole city and out to the suburbs. Young persons (16-18) can purchase a discounted weekly ticket, but cycling and walking are popular with students. Twelve miles to the west of the city, Cardiff International Airport offers flights to a range of destinations.

Shopping

The main shopping areas in Cardiff are Queen Street and the St David’s Centre with the full range of high street and designer names. The central area of the city near the University offers every sort of shop that any self-respecting student could possibly desire.  Cardiff Bay offers an equal plethora of  bars, restaurants and takeaways along the waterfront.

Nightlife

Cardiff has a vibrant social scene to appeal to students, from cosy traditional pubs to funky bars as well as great nightclubs.  The central area of the city offers a huge range of night clubs, restaurants, pubs, cinemas and theatres.  The Chapter Arts Centre has two cinemas, three theatres and a visual arts centre, whilst the Red Dragon centre in Atlantic Wharf offers a 12 screen cinema, bowling alley, nightclub, bars and restaurants. There is also a Vue and a Cineworld.

Restaurants and eating out

In Cardiff city centre the Brewery Quarter, Mill Lane, City Road, St Mary Street and Eastside in St David’s, has a range of cuisines available at costs to suit every student pocket.  From the café quarter offering South American and Italian, to authentic Bangladeshi cuisine,  Spanish, Thai and Portuguese.

Discover Collegiate Cardiff

Cardiff has been named as one of the top ten cities in Europe, combining both the new and the old with ease. The modern Millennium Stadium sits close by Cardiff’s famous castle; both are equally visible from the city centre and are not far from the vibrant Cardiff Bay area.

It is a city that offers much, from shopping to sport, and from entertainment of every sort, to a host of multicultural eating experiences.

At the heart of the city are a series of Palladian buildings, including the University of Wales, funded by the wealthy Marquess of Bute in the late 1800’s. In the tradition of rebuilding started by the Marquess, much of central Cardiff has been redeveloped and the area south of the University consists mainly of the glass ‘towers’ of modernity.

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