With campuses in Cardiff, Newport, and Pontypridd, it is a public university in Wales. The University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales, Newport merged on April 11, 2013, to establish the University of Wales, Newport. The institution has over 200 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and is the second largest in Wales in terms of student numbers. The university's sites in South Wales are divided into three primary faculties. University of South Wales (University of South Wales) is one of the greatest universities in Wales, with over 30,000 students, including 3,500 international students from over 120 countries. Visitors to its campuses in and around Cardiff, Wales' capital city, may expect a warm welcome.
The university's three campuses in Cardiff, Pontypridd, and Newport offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate studies. A unique business clinic, where students provide clients with business solutions while gaining real-world experience, an award-winning Sports Park, which is used by Cardiff City Football Club and the British Lions Rugby Squad, and an internationally recognised film school are just a few of the impressive facilities.
University of South Wales has over 100 collaborations with professional organisations and businesses, and its focus is on providing students with the skills and experience they need to find work - 95 percent of University of South Wales graduates find work or continue their education within six months of graduation.
University of South Wales research has a real-world impact, as they are leading the way in Europe with ground-breaking work in producing sustainable energy solutions, and they are collaborating with some of the largest names in the automotive industry to build the next generation of low-carbon power systems.
Half of University of South Wales's research was designated world-leading or internationally excellent in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF2014).
The University of South Wales provides a dedicated International Student Advice team that can assist students with any issues they may have, whether it's advice on what to anticipate when you arrive in the UK, advice on living in south Wales, or any other type of support you require while studying.
The University's International Welcome Program brings together incoming students from all over the world the week before classes begin to meet new people and get acclimated to university life in the United Kingdom.
International students make up a large component of the University's student body, which embraces and celebrates all cultures.
Following the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, the University of South Wales raised the amount of "world leading" research. The University of South Wales iis ranked 15th in the United Kingdom for world-leading research in sports and exercise science.
Many international students choose University of South Wales's on-campus housing in Pontypridd, and the university also works with private student residences in Cardiff and Newport. Most students opt to live in halls because they are a great way to meet new people and are close to classes.
Students might also be connected with reputable private landlords through the university.
With an international airport in Cardiff and London only a 2-hour train ride away, South Wales is well linked. In south Wales, University of South Wales has three campuses, all of which are near to Cardiff, a safe, small city with thousands of students.
Traveling around South Wales is simple because to excellent transportation connections. Pontypridd Campus is a 20-minute rail ride from Cardiff and is surrounded by stunning landscapes and historical monuments, while Newport, close to the Wales/England border, is only a 10-minute train ride away.
|ACADEMIC YEAR 2021/2022|
|Term begins with enrolment/induction||September 20, 2021|
|Teaching begins||September 27, 2021|
|Term ends||December17 2021|
|Christmas Break||December 24 2021- January 3 2022|
|Term begins||January 10 2022|
|Term ends||April 8 2022|
|Easter Break||April 15 - 18 2022|
|May Day||May 02 2022|
|Term Begins||May 03 2022|
|Term Ends||June 03 2022|
Have applied to one of the following Welsh universities to undertake an appropriate postgraduate programme:
Be scheduled to begin your postgraduate study in January 2022 at the University of Wales Trinity St David Wrexham Glyndwr University. Be classified as an international student for the purposes of fee payment;