If you have graduated from the Taiwanese education system, you will be required to successfully complete a one year International Foundation Programme before entering Cardiff University's undergraduate programmes.
You will be required to successfully complete the Senior High School leaving certificate with grades of a B average to qualify for the International Foundation Programme.
Cardiff University will consider students who either have the GCE A-level qualifications or the International Baccalaureate (IB) for entry on to undergraduate programmes.
If you hold the Senior High School Diploma with an average mark of 75%, and have completed a suitable foundation programme, you will be considered for admission to an undergraduate programme.
If you have a Junior College Diploma, you will also be considered for entry to the first or second year of our undergraduate programmes. Your previous academic performance and work experience will be taken into account by the admissions tutors.
Postgraduate taught courses
You will be required to have a good bachelor's degree (at a minimum of 70% or minimum GPA of 3.0) from a recognised institution, to be considered for postgraduate study at master's level.
Postgraduate research programmes
You will be considered for PhD study if you have a good master's degree from a recognised institution.
If you have completed a four year undergraduate degree (at a minimum of 70% or minimum GPA of 3.0), you may also be considered for entry to Cardiff University's postgraduate programmes.
A relevant English language qualification is also required — normally a minimum of 6.5 IELTS or TOEFL 575 (230 CBT), however, this may vary from course to course.
If you are unsure of your qualifications or entry requirements please contact the International Office.