Cardiff University Art
The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is a vibrant, diverse and inspiring community. We span 10 Academic Schools and are committed to excellence in teaching and research.
Our wide range of courses and research-led teaching inspire and challenge our students to think for themselves.
All of our courses are designed to enable students to fulfil their academic and vocational potential. Recognised for their ability, our graduates have gone on to prominent positions in journalism, business, planning, translation, law and more.
Teaching and learning facilities include the trading room in Cardiff Business School, radio and television studios in the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, and access to 24-hour modern libraries across campus
Research and innovation
We compete in the world league of humanities research with strengths in all aspects of social and cultural life.
Research and collaboration within each of our 10 Academic Schools directly inform policy and practice and are helping us to understand and shape the future.
Our research focuses on some of the longest-established fields of human academic endeavour, such as history, law and music, providing a continually-updated knowledge base for the professions, asking questions about the development of our societies, and examining pressing contemporary issues.
Experts have been called on to review the future of the digital industries by both the Welsh and UK Government, to inform the forthcoming Domestic Abuse (Wales) Bill, and to advise on minimum prices for alcohol.
Our research has, amongst others, informed the Home Office’s Prevent counter-terrorism strategy, helped teenagers in Africa to talk for the first time about their experiences of living with HIV/AIDS, shaped the legal framework of Anglican churches, and has had a major influence on school food policy and practice in and beyond the UK.
Many of the our Academic Schools and Centres are recognised as authorities in their respective field, including the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff Business School, the School of Geography and Planning and the Wales Governance Centre.