University of South Wales
The University of South Wales (USW) is a major player in UK higher education. The UK is a first-choice destination for students from all over the world. Every year, thousands of students choose to study in the friendly, safe, community environment of south Wales. The University of South Wales was formed in 2013 by the merger of the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport. As one of the UK’s biggest universities by student number, it’s size allows it to invest in develop new courses and facilities. It has a major presence in all of the cities in the region. Here at the University of South Wales ,it always put it’s students first. It offers a friendly and academically challenging environment with an excellent reputation for teaching quality, state-of-the-art study facilities and supportive staff.
The University of South Wales has over 500 courses available. With more than 33,000 students from all over the world, flexible study options and teaching excellence in more than a dozen subjects, students can study in areas from drama and music to business, computer science and engineering. Students prepare for the world of work in the latest simulation environments, giving them real advantage over students taught through purely theoretical classroom studies. It’s stimulated environments include a courtroom, forensic scene of crime house, film, fashion and music studios, an aerospace centre with two aircraft hangars and sporting facilities which have been endorsed by world champions.
University of South Wales students beneﬁt hugely from the location of its five campuses, surrounded by breath taking scenery and impressive historical landscapes, boasting excellent transport links and the buzz of two dynamic Welsh cities: Cardiﬀ and Newport. With campuses in Cardiff, Pontypridd and Newport, the University is renowned for its partnerships with major employers.
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