Accomodation And Home Life



Halls Life


If you’re living in Halls, you’ll get a wonderful welcome from the Accommodation Team. The Halls Offices in Cyncoed and Plas Gwyn is where you’ll pick up your keys and later your post and parcels. The friendly Accommodation Team are there to help support you as you get settled. Want to know more? Find out more about accommodation here. Also, you can treat yourself to a virtual tour of Cyncoed and Plas Gwyn. Check out the Facebook Group!


We at the Students’ Union work closely with Met Res Life who provide the residential life programme for Halls students. We recommend looking at Res Life’s Twitter and Facebook to see what fantastic events they offer individually and what we collaborate on. Before moving to our halls, check out what you should bring with you to Cyncoed Campus, or Plas Gwyn

If you are living in Private Halls, then Cardiff Met offer some very important information on their website and in this CardiffMetHousing Facebook group which we recommend you join.


Commuting In?


There are many students who commute with us here at Cardiff Met. Whilst one way of making friends on your course can be by living in halls with them, there are other ways too. Consider joining a society to find peers with a common interest. There are over 50 to choose from. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, the SU can help you form your very own society.

Spending time between lectures with fellow students is a great way of making connections. There are plenty of informal learning spaces around the University, including café spaces, library spaces and seating. This is all here to make you feel as comfortable as possible when you are on campus.





When you are a Cardiff Met Student, you can contact the i-zone for assistance with getting your council tax exemption forms or log into MetCentral and find the link within.





The Cardiff Met Accommodation Team and the Students’ Union run some events to help you make the best choices. Keep your eye out for the January Accommodation Fayre with their campaign, #don’trushtorent

Cardiff Digs give great information about moving in and keeping your house a happy one. If you are living off campus then here are some important tips to consider. We also provide helpful advice and support at your SU Office at Llandaff to signpost students to the right points of contact. Just pop in and ask a member of staff.



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