Sophie Chadwick

Cardiff Graduate Jobs 

The capital of Wales and the heartbeat of the Welsh economy, Cardiff is a popular location for both students and tourists.

The city is both alluring and affluent, offering an exciting cultural scene and a relatively low cost of living for a capital city.

Over 25,000 of Cardiff’s 350,000 population are students and the city’s forward-thinking attitude ensures the Welsh capital will continue to go from strength to strength as a destination for higher education.

Outstanding Universities

Cardiff University is a Russell Group institution and inside the UK’s top 40 universities both in terms of its overall ranking and for Computer Science. Entry standards typically require AAB or equivalent at A-Level.

The city is also home to Cardiff Metropolitan University. Cardiff Met’s School of Management offers a Computing BSc which has a focus on the Digital Economy.

Job Opportunities

Cardiff’s successful ongoing regeneration projects and its fashionable vibe has seen the city become home to an emerging technology economy.

Testament to the city’s potential as a technology centre, Tech City UK has earmarked Cardiff as a new area of focus as it looks to bring digital entrepreneurs together in the area in order to add buoyancy to the Welsh capital’s growing tech start-up scene.