Projects

The Campus Visit Days are designed to raise educational aspirations by giving pupils in KS3 an opportunity to visit a University Campus.

A revision day for year 11 pupils, held at Treforest Campus, USW.

The Club gives young people in years 9, 10 & 11 the unique opportunity to study Science every Saturday morning at their local college, university or museum, free of charge.

The Community Learning project delivers free, accredited courses in communities around Cardiff and the South Wales Valleys, specifically in areas where progression to higher education is low.

This project is an opportunity for participants to extend their learning within the WJEC Food and Nutrition GCSE across three key areas; Nutrition, Food Technology and Hospitality.

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.