Projects

The Year 9 Residential project is an annual event that sees pupils from schools across South East Wales visit the University for a taste of student life and aims to raise their future educational aspirations.

The workshops are designed and delivered by the Biomedical Sciences department in the School of Sport and Health Sciences at Cardiff Metropolitan University.

This project is an opportunity for young people who are interested in dance to explore alternative study pathways to traditional performance through workshops led by the Bsc Sport and PE (Dance) faculty at Cardiff Metropolitan University. 

Hay Festival is back on the road, thanks to Welsh Government funding, bringing the Scribblers Tour to school children across Wales.

Uni Inspiration Day is a one-day event, funded by First Campus and hosted by Cardiff University at their postgraduate teaching centre.

The project offers KS4 pupils the opportunity to take part in weekly sessions in a range of Art and Design subjects in the facilities at The School of Art and Design at Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Working in collaboration with Dr Suzy Keane, Academic Manager of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science at USW, 16 more able and talented year 9 pupils are invited to visit the Chemistry labs at Upper Glyntaf Campus.

The Discovery Project is a scheme for young people with a diagnosis of ASD who are between the ages of 14 and 19 who aspire to go on to higher education.