Cardiff University

The Welsh capital is home to Cardiff University, founded in 1883. The university currently has a student population of over 28,000 and over 2,000 full time academic and research staff. Programmes of study take place in 27 academic schools and a graduate college. Cardiff University has three research institutes: the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute, the Neuroscience & Mental Health Research Institute and the Sustainable Places Research Institute. Cardiff University’s commitment to research has attracted two Nobel Prizes winners. The university consistently ranks in the top 50 UK universities in the Times, Guardian, and the Sunday Times University Guides.

Total staff score
365 points
# Scientist Country Public Score Academic Score Overall Score
Sir Martin Evans
Sir Martin J. Evans
Biologist (Geneticist)
United Kingdom 0 365 365