Based in and around the capital city of Wales, the Cardiff/Glamorgan MCCU comprises Cardiff University, University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC).
UWIC is the focal point for the MCCU's day-to-day operations, but there are excellent road and rail links between the three partner institutions. Glamorgan County Cricket Club is fully supportive of the MCCU's work.
Discover Cardiff MCCU
Cardiff University is one of Britain's leading universities with a history of service and achievement dating back to 1883.
It is located in the City's magnificent civic centre and academic departments, libraries and social facilities are all located within a short walk of each other.
In the most recent independent assessment of research quality, Cardiff was ranked 15th out of more than 100 British universities.
The University of South Wales, formed by the merger of the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport, is one of the largest in the UK, offering more opportunities and better prospects for students.
The Pontypridd campus has outstanding sports and recreational facilities and the University has been awarded the prestigious Quest award for its sports facilities.
There are over 200 courses in a wide range of subject areas.
Cardiff Metropolitan University has nearly 8,000 students. Study areas are wide and varied.
Cardiff Met is also one of the top three sports universities in the UK and is one of only three universities to be awarded a Charter Mark for Excellence by the government, on two consecutive occasions.