The Cardiff School of Management is a component of Cardiff Metropolitan University (UWIC), with the parent school first opening as The School of Art in 1865. Within the School of Management are six specific areas of study students pursue, which include basics like Business Studies and advance to areas like Tourism and Hospitality Management, along with Computing and Information Systems.
The school is located in Llandaff, with the most recent name change for the school coming after the dissolving of many of the connections with the University of Wales. The schools still share certain leadership, though changes in such things as the awarding of degrees resulted in UWIC adopting its current name.
In 2010, one year before the end of that partnership, the main areas for School of Management students opened up. The structure encompasses virtually all of the activities for the School. This includes instructional rooms and lecture halls, easy access to other sections of the building and areas for students to both relax and study. The School offers courses at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.