Apply Now. Start September.
We are still online, taking applications for September 2020 and here to support you.
A bright future awaits you at Cardiff and Vale College! You can still apply for a course to start this September and your application will be processed as normal.
Once you’ve applied, our Student Services team will be in touch to discuss the next step. If you were due to sit exams this summer, please do not worry. We will work with you and aim to offer a place on the best course for you.
There will also be plenty of opportunities to have advice and guidance about the right choice of course. Our college advice teams are always available to speak with and there will be the chance to speak to teachers from the areas you are interested in to answer your questions.
So search for a course and when you find the one you want just click the pink Apply Now button and your journey begins.
Take a virtual tour of our City Centre Campus
Although you can’t visit us right now we can’t wait for you to see our top class learning facilities.
To start, why not take a virtual tour of our landmark City Centre Campus campus. Walk through corridors, look through windows and walk into learning spaces to see what it feels like.
Since coming here I have definitely gained independence. It has made me feel more confident about applying to universities in America, which is where I am hoping to go next year.
The people I have met since being at the College have been my highlight as I’m meeting people who are different ages and have had different experiences to me. I have made some really good friends since being at the College. It seems like the right step between school and uni.
I’ve always wanted to study Accounting and the College is situated in a great location for me. My friends have also come here so that’s good too. I want to go on to be a Chartered Accountant. I’m looking to do the AAT Level 4 course next and then go to University, that’s always been the plan.
I knew when I left school that I wanted to come to college and study a trade. I got myself on an apprenticeship with a domestic tiler and have expanded my knowledge from there. School wasn’t for me as I preferred a more hands on approach to learning. Being able to practice my trade in college, and developing my skills means when I go into work for my apprenticeship I can test what I have learned in a real life setting.